March 6, 2015 Burger, Glasgow No Comments

Exterior

Exterior

Where Pivo Pivo used to trade, with Smoak looking after their kitchen, Kitty O’Shea’s is now in residence. We headed there for a much-needed lunchtime feed.

Joining today were Tim, who was along at the Palomino and Meat Hook, and Mhari, who was questing for the first time.

Swine burger

Swine burger

The basement bar has been given a good refresh and redesign. It feels quite smart and welcoming. We sat at one of their large booth tables.

They have a lunchtime deal that offers a main course, fries and a soft drink for the princely sum of £4.95. That sounded pretty good to us.

Interior

Interior

Tim chose pulled pork topped nachos, Mhari opted for the pulled pork topped “swine” burger, while I kept it classic with their cheeseburger.

The friendly and not too upsellingish waiter was soon bringing our items, which looked neat and tidy.

Nachos

Nachos

The nachos were pretty good, with nicely fresh corn chips. My burger was really very good, with plenty of meaty notes and a good, juicy texture. The fries were very tasty, too.

So overall, I was impressed with Kitty O’Shea’s. It served a delicious and high value lunch that hit the spot very nicely. I’d be happy to visit again and would recommend that you give it a try.

Classic burger

Classic burger

Scores
Blythe scores Kitty O’Shea’s
4/5 for food
3.5/5 for presentation
3.5/5 for setting
3.5/5 for service
giving an overall 14.5/20

Today’s questers: Mhari, Tim, Blythe

We ate: swine burger, pulled pork nachos, classic burger, fries

We drank: water, diet cola, lemonade

We wore: smart suit, Dr Marten shoes, www.tieclub.co.uk tie

Total bill: £14.85

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Written by BKR