Launched on Monday 19th November, The Grill on the Corner on Glasgow's Bothwell Street is serving up a menu of seasonal favourites for Christmas.

As well as getting into the festive spirit, the restaurant is donating money that would have been spent on crackers for each table to Lodging House Mission.

Diners will also have the option of adding on £1 to their bill, with all donations going to the Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity.

With dishes such as ham hock terrine, baked cod and tiger prawn salad, as well as the traditional festive spread of turkey, roast potatoes and pigs in blankets – the Christmas menu is ideal for a festive night out.

It wouldn’t be the Grill on the Corner without steak, and the sirloin served with mushroom sauce with tarragon is sure to appeal to anyone not dining on traditional turkey.

With its fairy-lit windows and dark decor, the Grill is the perfect place to start festivities. Plus each dish is made to order on the night, no matter the size of party.

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