Run by the O’Donnell siblings, The Sisters are pair of modern Scottish restaurants in the West End of Glasgow. The first situated in Jordanhill and the second in an old tenement building on Kelvingrove Street, a short walk from the famous Kelvingrove museum and park (check out the Kelvingrove article). The Kelvingrove kitchen is overseen by chef Jacqueline O’Donnell and while there is little or no difference in the menu or food served at the Jordanhill location, this one remains my favourite.
The Kelvingrove restaurant is like the younger modern sister of the two eateries, I much prefer its modern, monochrome interior to Jordanhill’s traditional, Scottish themed decoration. The food is consistently delicious and always beautifully presented, its a real fine dining experience. Everything on the menu is sourced locally from Scotland’s larder. Whether it’s the seafood from Ullapool, haggis from Dingwall or venison from the highlands, the Sisters’ Scottish twist on traditional recipes always makes for a mouth-watering meal.
The highlight on any meal at The Sister is pudding, you simply have to try their famous puff candy meringue with honeycomb ice cream and butterscotch sauce, I could have it for all 3 courses-amazing!