Mulberry St bar/bistro is one of the coolest bar/bistros in the Southside of Glasgow. It is split 50/50 between a bar and dining area. With a contemporary design style, stocky wooden tables and leather covered stools, it has a good mix of clientele of all ages. The menu is international in style with everything from Scots specialities to Thai curries. With an excellent wine list, it’s little wonder many customers keep taking a walk down Mulberry St.
Locals make sure tables in the restaurant are much sought after, so book ahead, or you can step into the bar lounge that takes up the other part of the corner, and sit in the comfy seats for a chat with friends, taking in the laid back, very friendly feel of Mulberry St.
Review - The List 2015
A bustling neighbourhood bar-bistro, the Mulberry sets out to please everyone and is largely very successful. The modern, airy bar area is perfect for a pint (there’s an impressive list of continental lagers and draught guest ales) and a nibble, while the informal separate bistro houses comfy booths packed with a mix of lunching ladies, families celebrating birthdays and date-night couples. They’d all be hard-pressed not to find anything to tempt them on the broad menu, spanning seafood, burgers and salads with western and Asian influences. Starters include the house-made haggis tempura and a generous bowlful of blueshell mussels in a rich, wine and garlic-infused cream while mains continue in the hearty vein with tender pork fillet on noodles, pak-choi and ginger, and spiced chorizo links on sweet potato with a smoked paprika sauce – like bangers and mash turned up to 11. The Mulberry sticks to a winning formula and continues to be one of the Southside’s most popular and reliable haunts.