A new Glasgow restaurant is to offer diners a daily revolving menu when it opens later this week.

The innovative Eighty Eight eatery will offer a compact menu of sharing-sized portions that will change daily based on the ingredients available to chefs that morning.

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Dishes at the 24-cover eatery – located on the former site of Two Fat Ladies in the West End – will range in price from £5-£11 and are to be served alongside a small list of wine and artisan cocktails.

Evening Times: Cocktail pairings have been created for seasonal dishesCocktail pairings have been created for seasonal dishes

Head Chef Robbie Morrow, said, “The style of cooking is very simple, fresh, clean and seasonal. We’ll use local ingredients where it makes sense and champion vegetables, as well as meat and fish.”

“Due to the restaurant being so compact, the menu will evolve daily in line with what ingredients are available from our quality suppliers. For us chefs, this is a pretty exciting and ambitious way to cook, so we’re looking forward to turning the stove on and welcoming our first guests.”

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Restaurant bosses have worked with cocktail experts to craft pairings between the restaurant’s seasonal dishes with specific alcoholic beverages.

GM Andy Kelly, added, "Wine is often the first choice for diners, but it’s not the only drink that can complement food. Choosing to pair a cocktail with your meal can provide a very different taste experience.” 

 

The new restaurant will open for lunch service (12-3pm) and dinner service (5pm-10pm), Wednesday through to Sunday.