The 13th Note

by - February 07, 2018

When we spent the weekend in Glasgow we planned to have lunch out but felt spoilt for choice and so didn't make a booking. We decided to wander around town and ended up at The 13th Note. We were lucky to get a table as it was very busy, as you'd expect on a Saturday lunch time. The menu was full of yummy looking options, all vegan unless marked with a V for vegetarian.
Choice:★★★★★Staff Knowledge:★★★★★
Value for Money:★★★★★Overall:★★★★★
The 13th Note is known for their chips ("the best chips in Glasgow"), which they offer 6 varieties of! I went for the mac & cheese, which was lovely but more pesto-y than I'd expected. I'd decided not to order my own chips, which was probably a good thing as I wouldn't have managed with the size of the portions, but had hoped to share with David. This was a bit of a mistake as he just about inhaled his! The others ordered burgers and a chilli burrito. Everyone agreed their food was delicious. There were also lots of fab sounding vegan cocktails and desserts on the blackboards but sadly we weren't able to stay to try these.
Overall we really enjoyed our lunch which was great value for money too. The 13th Note had a lovely relaxed atmosphere and was super welcoming for dogs. Lunch is from 12pm-5pm and they offer a dinner menu from 5pm-9pm, with weekly specials to choose from too!
50-60 King Street G1 5QT
12.00-21.00 Sat-Sun (open until midnight but food served until 9pm)


Menu Key:
Vegan menu (with V for vegetarian)
Suitable for Little Vegans:
Children are allowed in the restaurant area until 8pm
Dog Friendly:
Dogs allowed in bar area + are given water and a biscuit
Accessibility:
Ground floor accessible
Top Tip:
Check out the specials board


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