There’s a new fox in town… Occupying the space that was Peckham’s on Clarence Drive in Glasgow’s West End, is The Hyndland Fox.
Eggs poached to bursting point & Bloody Marys spiced just how you like for brunch.
Big bowl salads, artisan coffee & grazing platters to share with friends who lunch & quality, hearty fayre washed down with craft beer & carafes of wine for dinner. Lovely stuff. – The Hyndland Fox
I was thrilled to receive an email from The Hyndland Fox earlier this week inviting me along to a gathering for friends and family to try out their wares before the doors officially opened yesterday.
So on Wednesday night a friend and I made our way along to The Hyndland Fox. We had both been following the progress of The Hyndland Fox keenly on Facebook and Twitter over the last few weeks (#followthefox), so were excited to finally get in and try it out!
The menu has a great selection of mouth-watering dishes to choose from. From delicious big bowl salads to hearty, comforting dishes such as duck shepherd pie, hake & chorizo stew, and coq au vin – there is something for everyone. In fact I really struggled to decide on what to have last night as it all sounded sooooo good! I opted for steak frites, followed by chocolate fudge cake.
The food was delicious and well presented, and left me wanting to return to try more from this lovely menu.
I loved the interior design; with stripped wood, brick, beautiful lighting, pretty tiling, plush soft furnishings, and glorious green seating this is a very appealing space to spend time in.
The people behind The Hyndland Fox have done a fantastic job in creating a beautiful space, perfect for any occasion… from breakfast to brunch, from a family lunch, to a catch up with friends, to a romantic night with your beloved.
I can’t wait to try it again!
If you want to #followthefox be sure to like their Facebook page for updates and mouthwatering photos of their stunning dishes.
NB – Next time I visit The Fox, I hope to bring Little Squirrel with me. There is a super kids menu with real food in little portions for little tums. Am sure Little Squirrel will love it!