Glasgow Miller & Carter reopens its doors after month-long makeover

Miller and Carter Restaurant Glasgow pictured after its refurbishment.
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Glasgow's Miller & Carter restaurant has reopened its doors following a revamp.

The popular steakhouse in the city centre closed its doors temporarily on May 13. It has now reopened its doors on Friday (June 7) with a refreshing new look, described as 'warm and modern'.

The updated Miller & Carter Glasgow seats 180 people in the restaurant, with an additional bar area that seats 12 guests.

However, guests can continue to enjoy the same steak dishes they know and love. These include 14 steak cuts to choose from, including a cote de boeuf 28oz sharing steak, 20oz T-bone, and 8oz fillet.

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Other dishes include the grilled salmon fillet and spicy buffalo wings to as well as the steakhouse dirty burger and the signature pan-roasted lamb rump. Vegetarian options include the spinach and camembert pithivier and the plant-based burger.

General Manager Bob McQuarrie said: “The team and I are incredibly proud of the new look, and we’re thrilled to welcome everyone to experience the refreshed Miller & Carter Glasgow.

“Whether you’re a steak expert or someone looking to try something new, we hope to see you soon. Our whole team is obsessed with steak, and we are always looking to recruit people who share our love for excellent quality steaks.”

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