Finally our Campus Menu is here for everyone ! Perfect for giving you energy during busy day for students and professionals alike, take a break with our tasty meal.
With intimate lighting, dark woods and plush furnishings, Banana Leaf Glasgow Byres Road is an inviting space to enjoy exotic Malaysian and Chinese delicacies. The interior also features a chic lounge area and bar with stool seating, which is the perfect setting to enjoy cocktails before a meal.
Recipes passed down through generations are made with the freshest ingredients on the Banana Leaf menu. A selection of starters make perfect sharers, such as fried squid rings with chilli mayonnaise, and salt and chilli tofu cube with peppers and onions. Aromatic soups include one made with fresh prawns and chicken dumplings, while hot and spicy additions can be found in recipes like the beef brisket with curry sauce. There are specialities like venison served on a sizzling plate, and flavoursome rice and noodle creations also. The vegetarian and gluten-free options on offer make it a truly versatile menu.
Traditional desserts are served at Banana Leaf in Glasgow, and include banana fritters with sweet syrup, and pandan pancakes with set custard. There is a concise wine list, and a selection of unique cocktails.
Serving exotic recipes in an intimate, sultry setting, Banana Leaf Glasgow Byres Road is a 9-minute walk from Partick Rail Station.
of diners recommend this restaurant
- dinner (4)
- lunch (2)
- private dining (1)
- romantic (2)
- trendy (1)
10 August 2019
Lovely, pork belly and soft shell crab were excellent
15 December 2018
Really warm welcome and very friendly staff. Food was simply superb, not too spicy but very very tasty indeed. Kung Po chicken and another chicken dish with a lemon sauce were particularly nice
3 February 2018
I'd booked the restaurant for 4 people to done at 7pm. We arrived on time and were shown to our table. Given a little time to peruse the menu. We ordered a bottle of wine which came promptly and we then ordered the food. The starters took a little time to come and in the meantime our glasses seemed to be replenished quite liberally. I asked the waiter to not do that - we'd help ourselves. A lot more time went by and the waiter came back and started replenishing the glasses again and was asked again to not do that as this was now our second bottle and we still didn't have our main course! In the meantime one of our party, who was not feeling very well anyway became quite unwell and needed to use the facilities. One of the waiters then had the cheek to ask if our friend was drunk! Eventually, after some badgering our main course arrived at 8.50pm. It was extremely tasty but the portion size was a little small. After waiting so long we were very hungry so it was a little disappointing to get such small portions. Our overall experience was disappointing particularly as it had been highly recommended.
28 October 2017
Food was terrible , not a great choice on menu and when it arrived it was not good so much so I didn't eat it. Would not return to this restaurant. Also over priced for what it is and the quality of the food.
14 October 2017
Actually the food was a bit bland. Ordered nasi goreng and it was really quite tasteless. There was no description of what was in the nasi goreng and when it came it had lots of things in it that weren't for me. That said, service was great and atmosphere lovely. Maybe we just ordered the wrong dish. Did think it was quite expensive for the food and drinks.
4 February 2017
We all thoroughly enjoyed our meal. The staff were friendly, attentive and efficient? My husband thought that the Kung Po chicken was the best he has ever tasted.
Campus menu - £7 or less