Miller & Carter has announced it will open a new steakhouse in the former Post Office on St. Vincent Street, Glasgow from Friday, 4 March.

This is the second restaurant the group has opened in Scotland, the first being in Edinburgh.

The old Post Office building is currently under a five month refurbishment project and was formerly the National Commercial Bank. The new steakhouse will create 70 new jobs and will seat up to 200 guests. It will also include a private dining room, fully kitted out for meetings or exclusive dinners.

The team have been trained at Miller & Carter’s ‘Steak School’ ensuring that they are fully fledged steak geeks.

Miller & Carter’s premium graded Scotch beef is reared on carefully selected, sustainable Scottish farms traceable every forkful back to the field.

Miller & Carter Glasgow will be the very first of the brand to feature the ‘Steak Table’ experience, where up to 10 guests can enjoy an immersive, educational dining package.

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Tim Ellis, retail business manager, Miller & Carter said: “We’re absolutely thrilled to be involved with such a wonderful historic building as part of our expansion in Scotland. “In terms of our expansion plans, we’ll be opening in Aberdeen city centre at the end of the summer and planning more restaurants to bring our exceptional scotch beef and quality hospitality to more venues across Scotland soon.”

Bob McQuarrie, restaurant manager added: “Bringing the Miller & Carter brand to Glasgow is an exciting move for both the business and diners in Glasgow.

“We’re all very passionate about our steaks and we’re proud to be able to demonstrate traceability, as well as the delicious flavours from the quality of produce.

“I’m very excited to be involved from the start and to work with my team to serve high quality food to our guests.”

Miller & Carter serve 30 day aged scotch beef, using both wet and dry ageing techniques to provide the optimum succulence, tenderness and flavour. There are 12 steak cuts to choose from; including a 30oz longbone Tomahawk, fillet-on-the-bone, and award-winning sirloin steak.

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