Meaty! 10 places to taste...ribs

Meaty, messy and incredibily delicious! This week, Yelp Glasgow brings you a selection of places to get your ribs tickled - with tasty ribs!

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Ad Lib, 111 Hope Street, Glasgow City Centre

Baby back ribs with chilli and star anise are just £5.45 as a starter. Gordon M recommends you follow it up with the "Sicilian fireman's roast: slow braised beef with Italian sausage, chilli garlic and rosemary served with herb mash and crusty bread, which was excellent!"

Buddy's BBQ & Burgers, 44 Skirving Street, Glasgow Southside

Tracy S "opted for the half rack of spare ribs with hot BBQ sauce, 12 buffalo wings, fries and slaw. The ribs were great, full of meat and quite spicy!"

The Butchershop Bar & Grill, 1055 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow West End

Maple braised beef short rib served with beetroot slaw would make a great starter pair with a delicious steak! Jennie H says the short rib is "fall-apart, melt-in-the-mouth tender."

The Grill on the Corner, 21 Bothwell Street, Glasgow City Centre

Featured in the "best of the rest" menu, you can try the treacle glazed slow-braised beef short rib, served with buttered mash for just £13.00.

Hillhead Bookclub, 17 Vinicombe Street, Glasgow West End

Sticky treacle ham ribs with homemade coleslaw is dished up as a starter - with extra napkins!

Jacker de Viande, 111 West Regent Street, Glasgow City Centre

Bex M raves "we'll definitely be back - I want to try the sticky ribs and I think I'd have to have the Korean burger again even though I'd also like to try the others!"

Meat Bar, 142 West Regent Street, Glasgow City Centre

Hayley M's "boyfriend got BBQ ribs which he loved. As we were dining quite late I think he may have got a larger portion, as the plate was huge! I got sliders and absolutely loved the pulled duck one."

Sloans, 62 Argyll Arcade, Glasgow City Centre

Ryan W tried the Street Food menu and says "the Cowboy fries are incredible and probably my favourite - fries topped with blue cheese, ribs, BBQ wings and hot sauce and a close second for the Mac Daddy fries topped with mac and cheese, bacon and salsa."

The Squid & Whale, 372 Great Western Road, Glasgow West End

"Our group have tried the soft shell crab, tacos (pulled pork and honey bourbon shrimp), cheesy grits with shrimp, chilli and ribs... amongst other things. And I'd definitely eat here again - good portion sizes, pulled pork that was juicy and well flavoured, ribs that were just gorgeous" raves Sara T.

TGI Fridays, 113 Buchanan Street, Glasgow City Centre

"There are few meals in the world more satisfying than a half rack of ribs along with some blackened Cajun chicken and a side of onion rings" says Gavin W.

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