Lonely Planet review for Ubiquitous Chip
The original champion of Scottish produce, The Ubiquitous Chip has won lots of awards for its unparalleled Scottish cuisine, and for its lengthy wine list. Named to poke fun at Scotland's perceived lack of finer cuisine, it offers a French touch but resolutely Scottish ingredients, carefully selected and following sustainable principles. The elegant courtyard space offers some of Glasgow's highest-quality dining, while above and in the atmospheric pub, the cheaper brasserie menu doesn't skimp on quality but keeps things affordable. The cute 'Wee Pub' down the side alley offers plenty of drinking pleasure. There's always something going on at the Chip - check the website for upcoming events.