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Brutti Compadres

Nestled in a small, secretive courtyard in the historical area of Glasgow’s Merchant City, Brutti Compadres is built on the site of the original tobacco exchange. It serves all-day food, continental draught lagers, decent wines and fine Italian coffee. It provides customers with tasty, small Read More


Location
3 Virginia Court, Merchant City, G1 1TS
Area
Glasgow
Phone
+44 141 552 1777
Website
http://brutticompadres.com/
Email
[email protected]

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Recent Reviews
Went with a large family group, despite being 11 of us service was excellent, really friendly staff. Food was also great, everyone really enjoyed their dishes. Puddings and cocktails were also a hit. Read more
Only reason we found this place was we were staying at a hotel across the road. Lovely lively bar! Had a bottle of wine and enjoyed the atmosphere. Staff were all very helpful and very friendly. Lovely place to have a drink. Read more
Lovely setting, hidden away in what I can only liken to a small courtyard Great service from a lovely young gentleman called Adam. Very good value fixed price menu lunch time menu. 3 courses and a drink for only £11.95.Absolutely superb value. Nice ambiance. Tastefully decorated and Christmassy. Lovely lunch out with friendsRead more
This place is FAB!!! Absolutely amazing food and cocktails - we got a range of veggie tapas which was all delicious. Such a good vibe and above and beyond service. Shoutout to our waiter Adam- so attentive and lovely, nothing was too much trouble for him. Another shoutout to chef James who remade our garlic bread for us at no inconvenience whatsoever!! You guys were awesome :) Read more
First visit here and it won’t be the last. Lovely setting hidden away in a courtyard just off Miller Street, cosy and inviting restaurant. Staff were exceptional and available to explain the menu and recommend how many dishes would be enough for your party. We shared some dishes like chips and pizza whilst also ordering our own tapas dishes. A most annoyance evening.Read more