The Glass Pavilion, Broughty Ferry

The Glass Pavilion is situated on the banks of the beautiful River Tay on Scotland’s picturesque east coast in the one-time fishing village of Broughty Ferry. Originally constructed as a bathing shelter in the 1930’s, this listed building has been totally transformed to provide one of the most stunning dining venues in Scotland. The restaurant has an “art deco” theme throughout and the glass-fronted restaurant offering spectacular views over the Tay Estuary.

At The Glass Pavilion, we offer everything from a tearoom fayre of speciality teas and coffees with fresh home-baked cakes, to bistro lunches served Tuesday till Sunday (Closed Mondays except Public and Bank Holidays) using only the best locally sourced produce used to create an imaginative menu and “specials” board.

On Friday and Saturday evenings, a la carte dining is on offer with a superb, critically acclaimed menu freshly prepared by our young and talented Chefs. On Sundays, the Scottish favourite of “high tea” is served consisting of a main course, followed by home-baking, scones, toast, tea or coffee.

We are also happy to cater for private parties and dining clubs with a variety of packages available to suit all parties. For more information, please browse the website at your leisure or call us on 01382 732738.

 

Visit The Glass Pavilion website at  www.theglasspavilion.co.uk

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