32-34 Bath Street, Glasgow, Scotland G2 1HE
“O Sole Mio is an exquisite Italian restaurant and pizzeria which has been serving Glasgow’s public for 46 years. Renowned for serving some of the finest Italian cuisine. The restaurant, currently under new management, has recently undergone some...” more...
8 reviews of Jamie's Italian in English
As expected, excellent in all aspects !!! Staff are very efficient and the whole Ambience of the place is welcoming and comfortable The food is well presented and reasonably priced. We will certainly return in the near future to embark on the task of working our way through the Menu. Not, of course, all in the one visit !!!
Regardless of the name on the door, everything about this restaurant was superb. Service was really excellent, fast and attentive. We love the decor of the restaurant, with the hams hanging over the service counter and the one counter that is covered with Italian breads.
We ordered a meat platter to share for our starter which was a highlight. The meats were excellent, the mozzarella delicious and the pecorino cheese with the chili jam exceptional (they call it chili jam but it’s just sweet chili sauce).
For mains I had a Black Angel Spaghetti, which while quite a small portion was absolutely delicious. My partner had a Wild Ragu Pasta Pipe, which had venison in it, and this was the highlight of the meal; large portion and exceptionally tasty.
Dessert was an Amalfi Lemon Curd Slice which was really nice.
All in all, very impressed and we will be going back.
We came here last night to celebrate my dad's 60th and even though they don't take bookings for parties of less than 8, when we explained it was a really special occasion and would mean a lot, they bent the rules so we didn't have to queue : )
We stuffed ourselves sille on divine olives, crispy mushroom frittis, squid, polenta chips and meat and veg planks (rustically (?) propped up on tins of passata and tomatoes), and then tucked into rabbit something or other and various other pastas and steaks, all of which were gorgeous.
Very 'Jamie' in style, with the 'pukka' specials boards and the copious amounts of merchandise, but worth the monies fo' sho'.
Was here yesterday with my folks, after a trip to the SECC. It was fairly busy when we went in, but luckily there was no wait for a table. It's a lovely, bright, open layout upstairs with the meat hanging from the ceiling and all of the bread and veg they use out on display. The area downstairs is also well laid out and in such a way that it gets a lot of natural light, which really helps. We had a great waitress, who was always on hand if needed, but never in the way.
My folks both had the Burger Italiano and after seeing the height of it, took a good few minutes in deciding the best way to tackle it! Both said it was one of the best burgers they have ever had. I had the veggie antipasti plate and it was excellent. It came with seasonal veggies, two Italian cheeses, some pickles and some crunchy salad. It would have been nice to have some bread included, as there was no way to sook up all the lovely dressings and oils used. If you are a big eater, or are there at night, you may want to consider either having this as a shared starter or adding to it, but it's perfect on it's own at lunchtime.
My mother was also very impressed with the house red (ORGANIC SANGIOVESE TERRE DI CHIETI ABRUZZO 2008 CIAO 12%, according to the website), as she has never before enjoyed a glass of Sangiovese!
I'm already planning my return visit!
Not as good as the London branch but brilliant all the same. And amazing that we have this now in Scotland!
The prices are great, not too expensive and with the pasta you have the choice of 2 sizes. I can only manage the smaller usually!
Tasty tasty food, and very polite chatty staff.
A joy to dine with.
I've never been one to believe in the hype of a new restaurant but Jamie's Italian is well deserved in it's propaganda. Staff are friendly, efficient and knowledgeable. The food is a bit pricey but well worth the pennies. Excellent quality, extremely tasty and (unusual for a Glasgow eatery) not swimming in cream or oil. 5 well deserved stars and worth the half hour wait for a table.
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