Our regular opening hours are:
Monday:Closed for lunch
Monday–Sunday: 5pm-midnight (last food orders at 10pm)
Current licensing legislation permits us to allow children on the premises up until 10pm.
Our regular opening hours are:
- Disabled Access
- Easy Access
- Private Dining
- Families and Children Welcome
- Gluten Free Available
- Weddings and Other Private Parties Catered for
- Buffets, Business Meetings, Functions catered for
- Business Lunch
About Arisaig Restaurant
Arisaig is a contemporary Scottish restaurant and bar in Glasgow’s vibrant Merchant Square. We are proud that Scotland’s fantastic natural produce is at the heart of our menus and our kitchen team are passionate about working with the best ingredients that Scotland’s stunning larder can provide.
Whether it be langoustines from the West Coast; venison from the Highlands or lamb from Perthshire, Arisaig delivers the authentic taste of Scotland. Ourdishes are inspired by classic Scottish recipes which let the natural flavours speak for themselves.
Alongside an intriguing wine list, we also have a fine range of local craft ales and, of course, an amazing collection of Scottish malt whisky. Comprising old favourites, independent bottlings and some rare gems, Arisaig’s Scotch collection repays in-depth exploration. Our knowledgeable staff are happy to help diners navigate it.
Arisaig is located within the covered courtyard of Merchant Square. Our cobbled terrace is perfect for people watching while the restaurant’s dining room is a handsome, inviting space with a subtle Caledonian character. Come and see us. We promise a warm, Scottish welcome.
Afternoon Tea is served Monday - Saturday 12.00-15.00 and Sunday 12.30-15.00
Service was quite slow but we weren't in a rush so was fine. Staff were busy though, maybe just not enough on. Food was good, enjoyed it.
Good food service and atmosphere
I have eaten here before a couple of times and was looking forward to lunch with some friends. I was sorely disappointed and I'm sorry to say I won't be back. My starter, the haggis fritter, was cold and greasy and really didn't taste of anything. My companions fared slightly better with the goats cheese and prawn cocktail. Two of us had ordered mince and tatties for the main. It tasted ok (I can make better) but when it was served (on a cold plate, like the starter) the mince was grey and lumpy and looked awful. It looked like someone had boiled it for an hour and slopped it into the bowl. The potatoes had a hard skin on them and were not fluffy or buttery. I pulled some sort of string out of them - no idea what is was and had no desire to find out. The paper menu had obviously been through the wars and looked it had been fished out of the rubbish. The desert menu was badly photocopied and ripped in half with no thought to it's appearance. I was embarrassed to have recommended this place to my friends and we won't be back. There are a dozen places within a two minute walk of here that do it so much better - you really need to up your game. You get one star for recommending to a friend or colleague because it won't let me leave none.
Brilliant attentive service. Dinner was very tasty!
Can't wait for next offer !
The food was lovely, but it would have been nice to have more vegetarian options on the set menu.
Food and wine delicious, staff polite and friendly, I did have to ask for drinks though after sitting with empty glasses
First time dining here. First class service and food was excellent. We will be back.