Roald Dahl Plass
The unusual shape of this large public space is due to its past life as the basin of the West Bute Dock. A large rectangular dock once...
One of the waterfront's few Victorian remnants, Pierhead is a red-brick and glazed-terracotta French Gothic confection, built in 1897...
Roald Dahl Plass is overseen by a soaring stainless-steel water sculpture, which fans of the Doctor Who spin-off series will recognise...
A large bar with an open, breezy feel and a 1st-floor terrace with a view of the bay. DJs spin on weekends and there's occasionally live...
While the food is fine, it's the setting that really distinguishes this Turkish restaurant. Jutting out over the water on its own pier,...
The name may conjure up the worst Brits-do-French stereotypes but this place is the real deal. Seemingly beamed in directly from Normandy, the ambience and menu are perfectly authentic, even down tooffering reasonable prix fixe deals (two-/three-courses £13/16, served before 6pm).