Glasgow - Sauchiehall - Pompey Ranger Review
This store on the popular Sauchiehall road which is one of the major shopping streets of Glasgow and is outside of the pedestrian zone. The store has a feeling of Rennie Mackintosh from certain elements of the store not least the stained glass Nandos above the door which they missed a real trick in not back illuminating. Curved glass in the windows and porch add to the interest along with the stressed wooden louve doors used as ornamentation. There is a mezzanine floor upstairs at the back of the store and the toilets are downstairs via a red tile staircase in the middle of the store which has the granite sink over the top of it. The tale of Barci has been etched into the plaster on the wall. A couple of tables are placed outside the store which I think is a bit of wishful thinking in Glasgow.
The staff were friendly though a little hard to understand with the Glasgow accent. Food was good the chicken well cooked large and succulent. The only draw back with the food was the chips which whilst large and well cooked were getting cold and would have preferred them hot. Cutlery could have been better stocked.