People staying in airport hotels in Scotland may be pleased to know a new and exciting restaurant neighbouring Glasgow airport has opened in a stunningly renovated A-grade, art deco building.
The new restaurant, called the R34, is also ideal for those people wanting to venture outside Glasgow city centre to try something new, as it is just a 15 minute drive away.
The R34 eatery has been named after the first airship to complete a transatlantic crossing in both directions in 1919, which was built on the site.
The restaurant prides itself on unpretentious and simple food using the finest, freshest ingredients. It serves up classic British dishes with a twist and a rustic edge.
The use of organic produce is a priority at the restaurant. The chefs use organic ingredients wherever possible to ensure they maintain the high standard of their dishes. The restaurant also tries to support the community and much of the produce they use is bought from the best Scottish supplies.
If you are flying from Glasgow airport, live near by or simply want to taste some delicious food, head on down to R34. Try out a delicious prawn and crab cocktail, followed by a braised shin of Renfrewshire Highland Beef, creamed potatoes roasted beetroot and pan juices. You can even finish by enjoying a raspberry pavlova with vanilla ice cream.
If you're heading off on holiday or a business trip from Glasgow airport, don't forget to pre-book Glasgow Airparks with us. Pre-booking will mean you can save up to 60% on gate prices and plenty of time, as your space will be guaranteed and with a transfer for you and your luggage to the airport terminal.
Prices start from £3.75 per day, as searched September 14, 2009.
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