Design focus: Tart & Lobster

6th of March, 2020 | Posted in Design Features, Hotel News Email Article | Print Article

The Hilton Glasgow officially launched its newest restaurant, ‘tart & lobster’ at the end of January.

Now guests and visitors to the hotel can reserve tables in ‘tart & lobster’ and enjoy the warmth and passion of Scottish hospitality.

The restaurant has undergone a complete refurbishment giving ‘tart & lobster’ a modern, intimate and Scottish vibe with nautical themed artwork on the walls, clam-shell shaped seats and beautiful tartan fabric.

The restaurant is serving a wide variety of dishes with lobster the star attraction, served Newburg (with cognac and cream), Thermidor (with white wine and mustard) or Kiev (with garlic and herb butter).

The other showpiece element of the menu are the outstanding tart creations with lobster, warm confit duck and fig and brie options on offer.

Calum Ross, General Manager of Hilton Glasgow comments, “We listened to our guests and started the journey to redefine our food and beverage offering in 2017 with the opening of ‘Whisky Mist’, followed by our beautiful ‘Tea Lounge by Dilmah’ in 2018.

Today, the journey is completed with the birth of our “treat” restaurant ‘tart & lobster’ where we invite guests to enjoy a leisurely evening in the warmth and passion of Scottish hospitality.”

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