The Lab

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26, Springfield Court,  Glasgow

G1 3DQ

0141 222 2116

Area of Glasgow: Union Street, Queen Street


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Ratings

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Overall:
4.0/5 (29 Votes)
1 5
Food:
4.0/5 (29 Votes)
1 5
Atmosphere:
4.0/5 (29 Votes)
1 5
Beer Quality:
4.2/5 (31 Votes)
1 5
Drinks Selection:

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4.1/5 (28 Votes)
1 5

Reviews

19/03/2012 21:37:04

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Anonymous

Charged £6 for a Jack Daniels n coke saturday night....took some friends there for the first time ...won't be back

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31/03/2011 21:31:35

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Anonymous

Visited for the first time following recomendation.Excellent food, great service and staff, fair prices and good music.

Dont know where the rest of the reviewers have been, dosent sound like the same place I went to for lunch!

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13/12/2010 17:46:40

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Anonymous

The staff in this pub are so rude my friend and i were refused to buy a second drink as the older guy behind the bar thought we should call it a day this was at 7 pm and we had only been out an hour and were meeting another 4 friends we phoned to tell them not to bother coming to the lab as they would only get one drink i was not surprised to read the other reviews they just seem to sum this place up they have no time for the 40 something woman maybe if its only males they want in here they should specify that its gay friendly and straight unfriendly. The barman discriminates people who dont fit his ideal customers even though there was only about 8 others in the bar they obviously dont need the custom so i wouldnt give them your hard earned cash. Horrible little bar with small minded staff.

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13/12/2010 17:23:44

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Anonymous

one of the most unfriendly bars we have been in ever and they say glasweigans are the friendliest of the scots not in this joint there not . Xmas day out we popped into this bar and were met by a torn faced guy behind the bar who obviously couldn't be bothered to be there, he needs some customer service training or change occupations , the place was cold and had no atmosphere at all, thank god for 29 round the corner which oozes atmosphere and delightfull staff maybe this lot in lab need to pop round and get some tips or they will end up like many other pubs that are closing in this economic climate. Maybe Eb Scrooge was on duty that paticular night this pub is DULL DULL DULL .......

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29/07/2010 10:27:01

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Anonymous

Visited The Lab in Glasgow last night with two female friends. Just chatting and being very sensible..asked for a jug of water at the bar to dilute our wine..shared a bowl of nachos at 10pm..etc etc. One of my friends had a glass of wine when we first arrived then decided to change to gin and tonic. Later on this was to prove a problem.Two of us still had wine to drink and my friend went to the bar to purchase a last gin and tonic for our other friend before we went for our trains. She was refused service by the barmaid called Laura, because we had been mixing our drinks. People sitting around us were astonished and one lady even went to the bar to ask Laura why she had not served us. Two tables along a big group of ladies were noisy and drinking spirits, wine, beer and shooters. They were served no problem. They were in their twenties. We are all around fifty. Shame because it was a nice little pub, spoiled by an over zealous member of staff. Ageism is alive and kicking at The Lab.

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02/07/2010 19:05:32

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Anonymous

We went for a brunch on 28/06/10, decided on tomato & pepper soup + tuna melt & blt. Tomatoes (in any form)need to be cooked for at least half an hour. The soup tasted like it had been made in 5 mins, and the generous slices of accompanying bread were stale. The melt in the 'tuna melt' was devoid of melt in any way shape or form. The blt bacon was delicious, but was swamped by a roll that ressembled a half loaf. Sorry Lab, you may have had a bad day, we were occasional visitors but always visited when in Glasgow, we definitley won't be back. £30 + lesson learned.

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