First time visitor. Nice restaurant with good ambience. Food was excellent with a great choice of Dim Sum. Will be going back next time we’re in Town.
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This is our second visit to Opium and it did not disappoint. Food just perfect (it a simple dish but Hot and Sour Soup does not get better. Staff attentive and the cocktail maker where did he come from he knows what to do. Only...More
As a lover of Chinese/Thai food I am always keen to find great tasting Asian cuisine. Opium didn't disappoint. Whereas this is not the cheapest restaurant in town, the quality of the food is up there with the best. I will definitely be returning to...More
popped in for the lunch menu last week, 2 courses at £13.50. Surprised by the high quality of all the food, and they do a very decent glass of gruner veltliner which complemented well the Asian flavours. Will return soon!
At a weekend conference in Glasgow and happened upon this place near our hotels. It was around 8pm on a Saturday night and we thought we'd struggle to find anywhere easily. But we passed Opium and went in. It was busy and we hadn't booked...More
The dim sum prices are 30-40% more expensive than other nearby restaurants. I thought the quality might be high as the interior deco seemed decent. But I was wrong. The portions are abysmally small; there was a fishy taste and odour to the mini pork...More
Hello Nineblooms, it's unfortunate no places you have reviewed in Scotland has suited you. It seems that you've reviewed all our fellow restaurateurs like Butterfly & The Pig, Taste of Italy in Edinburgh and even the new Ramen Dayo in a similar negative fashion. However,...More
My partner's son told us about this little gem, so we decided to give it a go for a late Saturday afternoon lunch. The menu promised lots and boy did it deliver. The standard of the food and its presentation were amazing, the service quietly...More
Tasty food! The restaurant was packed and we where lucky to get a table. We sampled a soup and two dim sum, one steamed one fried. All were fabulous, the butternut squash dumpling was a revelation! We had a satay and slow cooked beef pot....More
My friend and I sampled the lunch menu. There was a choice of 5 starters and 5 main dishes and everything sounded so delicious it was difficult to choose. We shared crab meat and chive dumplings and Kung pao wonton then we both had beef...More