This Gorgeous Glasgow Restaurant Serves Delicious Vegan Fish And Chips • Mono

Katherine Notman Katherine Notman


There’s even an on-site record store!

It’s National Fish & Chips Day, and we couldn’t be more excited to stuff our faces in honour of this beloved dish. Not everyone’s into eating cod or pollock, so how about some vegan fish and chips instead? With a serving of tasty, homemade black pudding on the side, to boot!

Vegan food has really taken off in Glasgow these past few years, and it’s only going to get more and more popular as time goes on. So, it seems fitting that we have our own fantastic vegan restaurant right here in the city that is Mono Cafe Bar at which to satiate our appetites and binge on chip-shop chips.

This spacious restaurant on King’s Road has the loveliest terrace on which to enjoy the sun whilst you sip on one of their tasty cocktails. Alternatively, you can always grab yourself a good old can of Irn Bru to wash down your ‘fish’ supper, or one of those long-awaited much appreciated indoor pints we’re now allowed.

Whilst you’re savouring that lovely golden batter and those fluffy chips, listen out for music because this restaurant shares its roof with Monorail Music, at which you can peruse vinyl records and maybe even catch a performance.

You can find all of this at 12 Kings Court, G1 5RB, and you can book a table at Mono on their website. Bon Appétit, Glasgow!

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