Elegant chesterfield-style seats, chic exposed brickwork and impressive views of kelvingrove museum and glasgow university make this steak specialist a very chic west end hangout, particularly among those heading to concerts at the nearby sec or hydro. famed for their tomahawks (a 1.2kg ribeye complete with half metre-long rib bone), the commitment to serving top quality, locally sourced beef is evident throughout the menu. an artisanal corned beef starter – still harbouring the gentle brine spice flavours – is excellent with its contrastingly sharp piccalilli. the generously stacked burger is juicy, nestled alongside tangy gruyère and the ubiquitous pickle in a glossy brioche bun. steaks are, of course, the star of the show here, but a bargain pre-theatre menu means sampling this high-quality food is affordable, and includes plenty of choice for those in the mood for less carnivorous dining, including a beet salad complete with walnuts and strong blue cheese from lanark. desserts include playful ice-cream selections like jammy dodger or apple crumble flavours, which are a lovely conclusion to a seriously delicious meat feast.