A RESTAURANT in Glasgow has been named one of the best steakhouses in the world.
Best steak in the world restaurant listed the eatery at the west end at 55th – the only Scots venue to be ranked.
Sharing the news of the recognition, the team at the restaurant took a photo with their new red placard.
They said: “This is the only sign you will see in Scotland this year!
“We’re on the moon to be listed again, thank you very much to the World’s Best Steakhouses.”
Porter & Rye prides themselves on premium, dry meats, where their award-winning beef comes from Scottish cattle “bred on a pure and natural diet” at Gaindykehead Farms run by a single family owned near Airdrie.
The diner fans congratulated the steakhouse’s latest achievement.
One wrote: “Good job Andrew and his colleagues.”
Another said: “Good job, we’ll be back soon!”
The third added: “Great, well done!”
Meanwhile, We told the story of how cooking legend Gordon Ramsay fell tears on TV in emotional scenes.
The star, 56, paid tribute to glasgowMasterchef -born star Jock Zonfrillo, whose death was revealed earlier this month.
The award-winning chef who, like Gordon, was born in Scotland, was found dead at a hotel in Melbourne, Australia.
Gordon pays tribute to Jock, who worked for him in London before he moved down.
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