Located at the sneaky entrance at the rear of the shops on Crow Road Glasgow at the Jordanhill Train station, this is the platform you should get off.
Enter the restaurant through the secluded willow screed garden relax outside... weather permitting on The Sisters Terrace where the ivy creeps up and over the walls the pansies bring out the sunshine smile or in the evening a flicker of candle in the hurricane lamps. Skip up the stairs and a wee peek through the round window past the big clock and warm wooden entrance takes into you into a cosy rustic gem of a find don't tell too many people you might struggle for a table the next time.
A morning coffee and great selection of tea with some hot out of the oven fresh buttered scones or pastries or meringues with a suggestion of cream and maybe a few Scottish berries when the summer is here just a nod to part of your 5 a day!
The chequerboard wooden floor with curvaceous copper bar, the Scottish Elm wood for somewhere to prop yourself after a hard day, a quick glass of something from our exclusive wine list from Inverarity Vaults and a bowl of hot steaming shellfish from the West Coast. If a comfortable evening spent at the Sisters is what you are after then take a seat peruse the excellent homemade Scottish traditional fayre menu... leave room for pudding as there are few nice choices to say the least.