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Ubiquitous Chip, Glasgow - pub details

Ubiquitous Chip

Address: 12 Ashon Lane, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, G12 8SJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 13289) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Hyndland (0.7 miles), Partick (0.7 miles), Exhibition Centre (1 mile)

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Pub number 1 of day 2 in Scotland and it's the wonderfully named Ubiquitous Chip in Hillhead, Glasgow.

I'm in Glasgow for the day on a Sunday for football and have 5 pubs to tick to almost finish the Glasgow pubs in the 2015 GBG.

Tucked away off Byers Road down the very pretty Ashton Lane is this large restaurant, pub and wee pub. Only the larger pub was open just after 12 noon when I arrived.

A group of 8 Germans were in and they were enjoying pints of Shipyard IPA and gin n tonics. The only ale on was the brewed for the pub by Fyne Ales Chip 71 @ 4.5%. A very good dark beer.

A full slate floor along with slate bar top. On the far wall are lovely original white tiles. Not a great deal of seating inside but there are tables and chairs to the front on the lane.

Another tick for me.
lezford - 2 Apr 2015 12:57
This pub is possibly the most pretentious pub in town. Over priced food and drink and teeming with pretentious people. They should have called it The Pretentious Chip!
thankgodileft - 14 May 2009 16:20
Weird little set up this - the Ubiquitous Chip is more of a bistro/restaurant (with the most exorbitantly priced wine list I've seen outside London). But there are at least two bars attached to the dining area that, at a push, you could describe as 'pubs'. One is 'the wee bar' and the other is, er, not. The wee bar is exactly what it says, very small but does feel something like a pub, the other bar has more of the feel of an add-on to the dining set up. They usually have a single real ale on (their own brew) and a bottle-conditioned beer which is also their own (called 74.9 or something daft like that - it probably means something but I have no idea what). So, not bad for a quick snifter before or after your meal but not the sort of bar you would spend a full evening in.
anfieldjet - 13 Jun 2008 13:48
Yes, more of an antidote to proper pubs really - and who wants that?! A cracking vantage point, especially on a balmy summer evening, but if you're anything like me this isn't a place to linger. Entirely faux and self-important, with prices to match.
TWG - 7 Dec 2006 17:32
Pleasant enough....not really a pub, more a winebar or a restaurant bar when you are waiting for a table. Good place to watch people walking down Ashton Lane though
ericmarco - 10 Jan 2006 17:19

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