These days the Ubiquitous Chip has achieved iconic status in Glasgow and the rest of Scotland. The Ubiquitous Chip, covering several floors, is filled with artworks and murals by the staff members who have passed though during the 40 years of its lifetime. Opened in January 1971 by Ronnie Clydesdale when few Scots would venture out to dine beyond their own four walls, the Ubiquitous Chip was a forerunner in pitching Scottish cuisine alongside French and Italian, establishing its great style and hearty ingredients. The menu is still inspired by the natural bounty of Scotland, so expect to find Galloway roe deer, cod from the Shetlands, and the classic 1971 original Ubiquitous Chip venison haggis.
Ubiquitous Chip, 12 Ashton Lane, Glasgow, Scotland, UK, +44 0141 334 5007