A feast of Scotland at Arisaig Bar & Restaurant

Arisaig is a contemporary Scottish restaurant and bar in Glasgow’s vibrant Merchant Square. We are proud that Scotland’s fantastic natural produce is at the heart of our menus and our kitchen team are passionate about working with the best ingredients that Scotland’s stunning larder can provide.

Whether it be langoustines from the West Coast; venison from the Highlands or lamb from Perthshire, Arisaig delivers the authentic taste of Scotland. Ourdishes are inspired by classic Scottish recipes which let the natural flavours speak for themselves.

Alongside an intriguing wine list, we also have a fine range of local craft ales and, of course, an amazing collection of Scottish malt whisky. Comprising old favourites, independent bottlings and some rare gems, Arisaig’s Scotch collection repays in-depth exploration. Our knowledgeable staff are happy to help diners navigate it.

Arisaig is located within the covered courtyard of Merchant Square. Our cobbled terrace is perfect for people watching while the restaurant’s dining room is a handsome, inviting space with a subtle Caledonian character. Come and see us. We promise a warm, Scottish welcome.

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04 Feb 2014


The event begins with a brief history of whisky from the Whisky Ambassadors before guests tuck in to a delicious 2 course dinner cooked with seasonal, Scottish ingredients.

Once the plates are cleared, each guest will be given four bottles of malt whisky components (Lowland, Highland, Speyside and Islay); pipettes; a mixing beaker; tasting notes and a 100ml bottle half filled with a base single grain whisky.

Armed with these, guests can mix away, adding small quantities of the whisky components to the base whisky. Through swirling, nosing and gradually building up your preferred flavours, the aim is to create a bespoke blend which is individually tailored to each guest’s taste.

At the end of the evening, guests can take home a 100ml bottle of the whisky they have blended.

The event begins at 19:00 prompt on the following dates:

Friday 7th February
Friday 21st February
Friday 7th March

Tickets are £55.00

“A Seafood feast to fall   
  for, hook, line and   
  sinker” — The Herald

“…high quality Scottish  
  food with a twist”   
  — The Scotsman