What they say:
Salt and Vinegar is a new seafood restaurant and takeaway fish and chips parlour in Glasgow’s Southside. The venue is decked out in the style of a traditional fishing shack and modified with kitsch stylings, like a silver cornicing juxtaposing against exposed brickwork and hanging fish netting. Port holes and navigation maps are dotted around the venue next to signs delivering old sailor’s wisdom. Salt and Vinegar offers both a sit-down seafood restaurant serving a variety of dishes and a takeaway fish and chip parlour throughout the day.
What we say:
Salt and Vinegar looks like the happiest seafood restaurant in the country. With bold colours and kitsch décor, the venue has grabbed its sea theme and sailed away with it. The menu is packed full of seafood offerings, from classics like haddock or cod and chips to king prawns in batter, to pastas and risottos like seafood linguine or lobster ravioli. They offer a limited drinks menu, with a single red, white, rose and beer option, but they serve a variety of different coffees to keep the sailors' bellies warm.