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Grosvenor - Glasgow - Riverboat

61 Broomielaw, Glasgow, G1 4RJ

***** Modern European

Perched right on the banks of the river, Grosvenor Casino Riverboat in Glasgow serves modern European cuisine. This spectacular, Regency-style setting is filled with chandeliers and sweeping staircases, and the elevated restaurant overlooks the gaming floor.

Served in a relaxed, welcoming setting, the Grosvenor Casino menu offers an eclectic range of contemporary dishes. Topped with mushroom and stilton, the 8oz rump steak leads the signature grill range, with the likes of Persian-spiced half chicken amongst the other flavour-packed options.

Indulgent treats such as the three berry mousse cake make up the dessert menu at Grosvenor Casino. From the bar, handpicked wines, beers and international spirits are on hand to complement the variety of flavours throughout your meal.

Please note that Grosvenor Casino is not open to anyone under the age of 18. If you look under 25 you may be asked for ID. Grosvenor restaurant in Glasgow is a 5-minute walk from Glasgow Central Station.

Grosvenor - Glasgow - Riverboat

61 Broomielaw, Glasgow, G1 4RJ

Contact +44 1412266000

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