Cambuslang /ˈkæmbəsˈlæŋ/ ( listen) (Scots: Cammuslang, from Scottish Gaelic: Camas Lang) is a suburban town on the south-eastern outskirts of Glasgow, Scotland. It is within the local authority area of South Lanarkshire and directly borders the town of Rutherglen to the west. Historically, it was a large civil parish incorporating the nearby hamlets of Newton, Flemington and Halfway.
Things to do in Cambuslang
4 based on 277 reviews
I usually visit the Hamilton restaurant so it was nice to come to Blantyre for a change. The restaurant is lovely and modern.
We visited on a Monday evening and were able to get a table without a booking so that was good.
The food was fab and the portion sizes were great. The southern fried chicken is delicious and the tablet sundae is definitely worth a try.
4 based on 401 reviews
We are a lovely restaurant in a quiet part of the village in east kilbride we only use local produce cooked to high standard and with quality service and a great atmosphere you will struggle to get better
We went here to celebrate a special family birthday but were so disappointed. My 'medium' steak was totally tasteless and dried up and the Romanian waiter who served us was rude throughout, making every request seem like a hassle and that he could not be bothered dealing with us. We were not given all the sides we were supposed to have and eventually gave up asking. The manager was equally ignorant and failed to offer an apology for the several issues we had with the food and service. I should have known that any 'restaurant' advertising chocolate 'moose' on their menu was not to be trusted...the managers response to this...'we would have given you a glass of champagne for noticing this if you pointed it out earlier'... hilarious in a fawlty towers kind of way if it wasn't such a depressingly awful experience!!! I have talked to several people since who have had similar issues with this place and the staff from what I can see of previous customer complaints, the ill appointed manager will no doubt post a poorly composed, cheeky reply to this review but my aim here is to advise other potential diners...AVOID AT ALL COST!!!
5 based on 452 reviews
A Small Family Bistro Homely Food Cosy Atmosphere Does Breakfast Lunch And Dinner
It was my husband's birthday on Sunday so we had our meal at our favourite local restaurant, He had Veal Parmigiana and I had Chicken Funghetto, we both agreed our meals were delicious.We have used this family run Bistro for many years and hope to have a return visit very soon.
4.5 based on 482 reviews
Had a lovely Sunday lunch, food and wine were both great with friendly service. The restaurant is always busy with a nice atmosphere. The only downside of Zucca is the lack of gluten free bread available which limits the choice of starters as there are a few different bruschetta dishes on the menu.
4.5 based on 382 reviews
Family group various ages booking a la carte menu ,food as always excellent BUT the service poor,left sitting with dirty plates no effort to remove them had to ask !! then no one approached with a dessert menu again had to ask!! and the restaurant was not busy ,staff stood behind the bar chatting.Our bill was over £200 so I think we deserved better ,there are a lot of new restaurants in the area so competition is becoming fearsome so better sort this out or your regular customers will desert you.
4 based on 174 reviews
My Friend Alan and I were staying at Strathclyde Caravan Park and I booked a table at Table Table (Orion Way) I had a 40% off Main Meals voucher which was even better. I have eaten here numerous times and have never had a bad meal yet .
The staff always are cheery and friendly and would recommend the Orion Way to anyone n
4 based on 75 reviews
Lovely special fish suppers it's not all breadcrumbs the fish is reall thick and quite reasonably pticed
4.5 based on 355 reviews
From the welcoming Peach Cocktail through four delicious courses the evening was extremely pleasant. Even my first taste of Buckfast in a sorbet was a real surprise but it worked! Staff were efficient and cheery. There were no problems just a smoothly organised sequence of courses - filling, tasty and hot. Auld Rae’s never fails to satisfy the senses.
4.5 based on 325 reviews
Wee Gurkha Curry House is an authentic Nepalese restaurant which is open for dinner. We serve Nepalese, Indian and Tibetan style food and for those unfamiliar with Nepalese cuisine it is influenced by India and Tibet. Our menu is varied offering an excellent choice of starters and mains. Some dishes will be new to most but there are also familiar favourites on there too. We also have an extensive drinks and dessert menu to enjoy. Our food is about taste not spice. Our ingredients are fresh and each dish is lovingly prepared to provide diners a unique culinary experience. Our restaurant is relaxed, all newly refurbished. We aim to deliver the best customer service. We run offers for take away and Delivery and from time to time we also reward our customers with special offers when you dine in our restaurant. We look forward to welcoming you soon. "TASTER MENU" 16.95 (Minimum 2 persons, 2 starters, 3 curry dishes and choice of rice and nan) is for those new to Nepalese food or for those who simply enjoy variety. We will put together sample dishes to introduce you to our food whilst catering to your tastes. The food comes in traditional brass Nepalese serving dishes - a great way to savour Nepal!
Would have been better having a carry out in the warmth of my own house rather than be subjected to such a cold establishment. Couldn't wait to finish and get into the car for a heat.
Have never complained about heating anywhere but on this occasion this was the exception only to be told it was turned up.
Pity because the food is very good and staff are very nice.
Been here on a few occasions but last time four of us sat with our jackets on and I thought at the time it was a one off, not so.
Will go again only for the food but will wait to better weather at least then won't have to rush to leave because we were too cold
5 based on 38 reviews
We frequently visit the Teapot for lunch and always receive a warm welcome. The food is excellent and freshly prepared. Even when they are busy we never have to wait more than a few minutes for our meal. Homemade soup is always a favourite, unless it's something I'm not keen on.
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