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THE GLASSHOUSE RESTAURANT AND BAR AT ROWALLAN. A GREAT PLACE TO EAT, RELAX AND UNWIND.

The Glasshouse Restaurant offers a delicious selection of dishes made from only the freshest local ingredients. It’s well worth a visit!

Recently taken under new management, The Glasshouse Restaurant is striving to become one of the best eateries in Ayrshire.

We use the freshest local produce to create innovative new menus. We also partner local, quality providers to ensure we are using the freshest produce in our kitchen.

With a wide range of contemporary dishes and Scottish culinary classics on offer, there is sure to be something for everyone.

Whether you want to relax after the golf or enjoy a lavish meal, The Glasshouse Restaurant is the ideal venue for food and drink, offering the best customer service against a stunning backdrop of the Rowallan Castle estate.

Glasshouse Opening

The Glasshouse is open Monday – Wednesday  8.00 am – 9.00 pm and Thursday – Sunday 8.00 am – 10.00 pm.

Enjoy our excellent Clubhouse Menu served from mid-day onwards throughout the week. Our A la Carte menu is also available Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 1pm onwards.

The Glasshouse Menus

Enjoy our excellent Clubhouse Menu served from mid-day onwards throughout the week. Our A la Carte menu is also available Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 1pm onwards.

Sizzling New Burger Menu with a golf theme now available. Due to the popularity of the homemade Rowallan Beefburger, we have introduced four new speciality burgers – Big Bertha, White Hot, Blackened Pearl and California Monterey

Click below headings to see the menu.

Clubhouse Menu

Choose from:
Ham
Cheddar
Cherry Tomatoes
Black Pudding
Goats Cheese
Spinach
Red Peppers
Red Onion
Mushrooms

(Additional fillings £1.00 each)
£6.95

Choose from:
Bacon
Square Sausage
Egg
Black Pudding
Potato Scone
Haggis

(Additional fillings £0.50 each)
£2.50

A La Carte Menu

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Burger Menu

“Absolutely delicious food and reasonably priced too”

STEPHEN MCFADDEN, KILMARNOCK