A GLASGOW pub relaunched its brand-new menu after getting a full kitchen refit - and Evening Times readers are the first to take a sneak peek at things.

Cùl Cùil bosses showed off their extended “glasshouse” area and also their beer garden which was given a refresh.

The bustling glasshouse area has been extended across the whole mezzanine space, doubling in size, with wide windows looking down onto the fully landscaped garden.

The West Nile Street venue has been dishing out halloumi fries, haggis bonbons and haddock goujons, along with mac and cheese, antipasti sharing platters and baked camembert.

Burgers, steaks and seafood linguine are also on the menu.

A revamped vegan and vegetarian menu and a fresh children’s offering are being showcased too.

A staff member said: “The refreshed food, drink, and vibe personality covers off-the-wall, quirky, unique, comfortable and pleasant.

“It really is a perfect setting with the right amount of different.”

The menu kicked off on June 7.