Rogano!
Rogano!
By: jbhthescots@mac.com, Categories: Words & Images, 3 comments

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In 1935, as the Queen Mary was taking shape on the Clyde, the Rogano in Royal Exchange Square paid homage to that great Cunard liner by being refitted in the very same Art Deco style, along with all the associated elegence.  But unlike the Queen Mary, the Rogano is still very much afloat today – and it still retains all of its original decor from the period!

 

With its unique 1930s ambience, Rogano is the oldest surviving restaurant in Glasgow. For eighty years its chefs have dedicated themselves to the delicate art of cooking and serving the finest fish and seafood in the world from Scottish waters – and its just the place to indulge your inner Gatsby with oysters and champagne after a long day’s trek around the Necropolis.

 

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