West-end bar, restaurant and events venue, Cottiers, is set to launch a new menu today

As described on Cottiers Facebook page, the new menu sounds delicious:

“We are pleased to announce that as of Monday 21st August, our brand new Bar Menu goes live!

“Featuring home made, fresh comfort food from our new Head Chef Graham Gardner, you can look forward pub classics such as IPA Battered Haddock & Chips, The Cottier’s Burger (always hand made in house) and our “Pie of the Day”.

“As a sneak peak, today’s pie has chicken, wild mushroom, spinach and indulgent truffle oil…”

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Picture: Grilled mackerel bruschetta, chorizo & sun dried tomato paste, olive crumb, roquette mint and garlic oil, Cottiers Facebook

Snacks also include tortilla chips with smashed guacamole . Full details of the menu can be found online and social media.

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Picture: Cottiers Facebook

The post on the new menu also includes a nod to Leiper’s Attic, which is opening in September. Named after William Leiper who built the Cottiers Theatre in 1865, which was originally Dowanhill Parish Church.

He worked with Daniel Cottier who created the intricate decoration and beautifully appointed stained glass windows.

With the main venue named after Mr Cottier, will a restaurant re-launch be dedicated to the architect behind the church?

Watch this space to find out more!

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Rosalind Erskine

Known for cake making, experimental jam recipes, Champagne and gin drinking (and the inability to cook Gnocchi), Rosalind writes for The Scotsman on all things food and drink related.

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