- Starters include Arbroath smokie fishcakes and pork belly
- Mains include pan-fried fillet of sea bass and Balmoral chicken
- Art-deco style restaurant inspired by the history of Broughty Ferry
- Located on The Esplanade with views across the Tay
Purchase: Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. May buy 2 additional as gifts.
Booking: Required by phone. 48-hour cancellation policy.
Restrictions: Mussels starter incur £2 surcharge; mussels main incur £3 surcharge; steak and mixed grill incur £3 surcharge. Valid on option purchased only.
Original values: Verified using merchant's website and pricelist on 21 Nov 2013.
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Diners can begin their feast at The Glass Pavilion with such starters as the king prawns in white wine (usually £5.95), calamari rings (£4.95) or the Pavilion chicken skewer served with salad (£5.65). Once plates are cleared, visitors can dig into mains such as pork medallions drizzled with apple and cider sauce and served with creamed savoy cabbage and smoked bacon (£12.95). Those less carnivorous in nature can choose options such as the penne arrabiata or the lasagne, featuring a topping of melted soft cheese and garlic sauce (both £9.95 each).
Choose from the following options for a two-course meal:
£18 for two (Up to 52% off)
£36 for four (Up to 52% off)
Built as a bathing shelter in the 1930s, The Glass Pavilion has since transformed itself in to a restaurant serving stylish British cuisine seven days a week. The varied menu features a variety of meat, fish and vegetarian dishes, while also taking on influences from a few more exotic foods from around the world.