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Haikuisine: Butchershop Bar & Grill, Glasgow

Butchershop is a steak house situated opposite the Kelvingrove museum in Glasgow's west end. 

Owned by James Rusk (also responsible for the newly-opened Hutchesons), diners can choose from a selection of meat including chateaubriand and Côte de bœuf, plus an array of sides. 

Butchershop Bar & Grill also offers a burger vs steak Tuesday deal, where customers can mix and match between the two options when dining as a couple, and a Sunday roast where beef or pork is carved table-side. 

The Haiku

Here's the premise: come 

in hungry, weary, sad. Eat

rib-eye. Leave enthralled. 

Two courses with a bottle of wine for two people dining at The Butchershop Bar & Grill is around £90. For more information visit www.butchershopglasgow.com

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