The Ferry takes you on a cruise through its Sunday lunch menu (usually £12.50 for three courses) with the voyage starting with options such as soup of the day, prawn cocktail, BBQ chicken wings or caprese salad. The main dishes are a choice of the chef's roast of the day, steak and ale pie, haddock mornay or stuffed roasted bell pepper. To satisfy a sweet craving, there is an option of homemade pannacotta, the hot dessert of the day or fruit trifle.
Moored up on the banks of the River Clyde, The Ferry tickles epicurean fancies with a bright parade of food while entertaining discerning ears on selected days with a roster of musical acts playing beneath its glass-roofed canopy. The wrap-around windows enable seafarers to drink in a panorama by day and twinkling scenes by night, while the mezzanine level gives guests a lofty location from which to watch the musical performers.