Cùl Cùil, which recently opened at the site the former Courtyard bar on West Nile Street in Glasgow city centre, has had a full kitchen refit enabling the team to enhance their food offering.
The latest version of the menu, which launched at the end of May, is complemented with additions such as traditional (with a twist) favourites including handmade chargrilled burgers, steak pies, haddock bites, baked camembert, chargrilled ribeye steak, seafood linguine and chicken with a "wee Mexican twist".
The team behind the menu revamp confirmed there will be some extra vegan and vegetarian options and a fresh children’s menu too.
Their glasshouse and beer garden area, which has proved massively popular since their opening, has also been extended across the whole mezzanine space, doubling its size.
Cul Cuil's Kieran Adie said: "The Cùil cosy, intimate vibe, and unique atmosphere, which has made it so special, since we opened, still remains. We've just made things a bit longer and cosier.
"Just think - the quirky appeal of spending a relaxing evening with friends sat in our secluded Glasshouse alcove or in the garden, listening to retro vinyl cuts.
"The developed beer garden adds more character, comfort with casual dining and socialising combined.
"Situated right in the centre of the city, only two minutes’ walk from the renowned Style Mile and both Queen St & Central Station, this is the perfect spot for your summer socialising."