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Finger Lick'Inn Steak Inn Glasgow!

Updated: Jan 18, 2020


I recently had a dining experience that felt like the comforts of my own home. Steak Inn, provides the ultimate cosy feel with its warms hues and dimmed lights. The abstract paintings and wooden ornaments felt like the set of a Wild West movie. So without further ado; Lights. Camera. Action!


Too cheesy?


Well this dish was far from it.



Dynomite Prawns – £7.95


I’ll just start off by saying these prawns were the bomb! (lol) Lightly fried, spicy and slightly crispy all sat on a bed of roman lettuce, topped with spring onions. I never usually go for prawns as the starter but I must say I did not regret this one bit.



Look at that glisten!


Fillet Steak 8oz with 2 sides (mashed potato and homeslaw) peppercorn sauce and 1 topping (caramelised onions) all for £30


Wow, wow, wow! Everything about this dish was amazing. I struggled immensely to fault it one bit.


I had the fillet steak cooked medium-well done. On top of the steak is a breadcrumb and herb mixture which I was sceptical about, but my God! It was a combination to die for and I can’t praise it enough.


I was very impressed with freshly made homeslaw. Obviously the fillet was the star of the show but lets not forget the supporting act! The creamy mashed potato and the homeslaw both made that fillet sing.



Lamb steak with 2 sides (spicy rice and salad) with garlic and mushroom sauce all for £15.95


For the first time, I took my mum with me on a food-blogging adventure. She was an absolute natural when it came to her camera angles. She opted for the lamb steak, cooked medium. Usually lamb can get quite chewy, but this was perfect and just melted in your mouth.

The garlic and mushroom sauce combined well with the lamb and the rice; I was not expecting the rice to taste this good, it was very spicy but together with the lamb and the sauce, the spiciness mellowed. Another fantastic dish.


Sautéed baby potatoes & mixed veg – £3.95


I could gladly eat this bowl of veg again on its own. They were nicely seasoned and not too greasy.


I love a fresh & crunchy salad!



Overall the bill amounted to £57.85 excluding any drinks. For the meal and impeccable service I received I’d say that was worth every penny.


And when you’re done you can pop into the desert parlour ‘What the Fudge’ next door that’s if you have any room left!


Address: 508 Victoria Road, Glasgow, G42 8PQ

Telephone: (currently unavailable at the moment – booking is done online through social media)

Halal Status: Everything is halal, no pork on menu, no alcohol served.

Parking: Available outside via pay and display/ 1 minute walk from Queens Park Station


RATINGS


Food 5/5

Presentation 5/5

Service 5/5

Facilities 5/5

Value 5/5


OVERALL RATING: 5.0

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