Stack & Still (Glasgow) : Review

Stack & Still
100 West George Street
Glasgow City Centre
G2 1PJ

V: 7th July 2019. T: 0141 471 0417. W:

I had wanted to visit here for a long time, but any time I passed the wait for a table was always outside the door, today I visited and managed to get a seat woohoo

Looking Around

Looking around the decor was very nice, it looked very similar to the style of the previous restaurant with a few subtle changes.

The Food…

Now this is what I was here to try, the pancakes


Pulled pork & chorizo stack £9.5
Buttermilk Stack • Lime & Chipotle Marinated Pulled Pork • Chorizo, Crispy Onion • Smoked Mozzarella • BBQ Glaze • Coriander

Firstly the presentation this looked very nice, and it smelled even nicer.

This was really really good, the flavours worked perfect and even the pancakes were nice with all this. I was very worried that all of these toppings etc wouldnt work with pancakes, but I was proven so so wrong.

I would highly recommend this and 100% would have this again

Presentation : 5
Portion Size : 5
Flavour : 5
Value for Money : 5


Smoothie : Strawberry & Bananna £4.50
With Soya Milk, Purple Carrot Concentrate & Chia Seeds

I wanted to try something different as I always order Diet Coke, so I opted for a smoothie.

This sounded nice, and I took a chance.

On arrival this looked really good, and taste was just as nice.

Presentation : 5
Portion Size : 5
Flavour : 5
Value for Money : 5


I am very impressed with my first visit to Stack & Still, and this wont be my last.

I enjoyed everything I ordered tonight, and will be returning.

My biggest tip for here is only order the main, unless your SUPER hungry and feel like a side as you are mega mega full with just a main.

Review Scores –

  • Atmosphere : 5
  • Staff : 5
  • Menu Choice : 5
  • Service : 5
  • Food : 5
  • Value for Money: 5
  • Overall : 5

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Additional Details

  • Child Friendly : Yes (well behaved kids)
  • Payment : Cash & Card
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Chaophraya Afternoon Tea (Glasgow) : Review

The Townhouse
Nelson Mandela Place
Glasgow G1 2LL

V: 19th August 2017      T: (0141) 332 0041    W:

Child Friendly: Yes (Very well behaved)      Accepts: Cash & Card

I have not been to Chaophraya (Glasgow) for a very long time, I think it was when it first opened and then once maybe twice for cocktails at its Palm Lounge bar.

If you have never visited here you are in for a treat, and I am talking about a visual treat to start with. From the outside it just looks like an OK building, but when you enter you are transported to a warm rich Thai interior.


When Chaophraya took over this building they spared no expense, the interior is amazing and everywhere you look its filled with amazing statues, paintings etc etc and this isn’t just for the entrance hall its the same on every floor.

I spotted that here was doing a Thai Afternoon Tea, and I do like my Afternoon Tea’s so I had to buy the Itison offer and see what it was like.

Afternoon Tea :

This was £19 for two and anything else you order like coffee, coke, food is an extra cost on the day.

Thai Afternoon Tea


What Was Served :

  • Aromatic duck served in a hirata bun with crunchy cucumber, spring onions and hoisin dressing
  • Chicken thigh hand-wrapped in pandan leaf
  • Vegetable spring roll with sweet chilli dipping sauce
  • Thai pancakes with pandan leaf custard
  • Deep fried banana with toasted sesame seeds
  • Sultana scone with jam, butter and cream

On arrival this was very nicely presented, and it looked very nice and tasty.

Munch munch munch and done.

Everything that was served was very full in flavour, and very very moreish!!! I still felt a little hungry after it but that’s just me, but I enjoyed this so much I looked for the offer again but it was finished….but keep watching as I heard its very popular and it will be on offer again.

My favourite from the selection was the duck in the hirata bun, I wish there had been more of this as it was so good.

Portion Size : 5
Value for Money :  N/A
Flavour : 4
Presentation : 5

Overall :

Overall my return visit was very good, I was very relaxed and enjoyed the Afternoon Tea.

If I was to be fussy I could say there could have been more scones (these we, also I heard a few people ask for more jam and cream also offer plain scone as some people don’t like fruit scones………..and maybe more cakes but that’s just being too fussy and greedy.

I enjoyed this and will be keeping watch for the offer again.

Review Scores – 

  • Atmosphere : 4
  • Staff : 5
  • Menu : n/a
  • Service : 5
  • The portion sizes & taste : 4
  • Value for money: N/A as voucher
  • Overall : 4.5