A nice enough, quite large boozer with a decent selection of ales
An awsome old fashioned bar. Really good cask selection, an awsome whisky selection. Love the little sample jars of beers in front of tap so you can see colour. Its just such an impressive place backed up with decent beer list
A big torn over the place. The staff were very helpful and welcoming. The food was basic, but great value for money (we were on expences so thought about having a second meal each). However the beer selection seemed pretty bland. The pub itself had seen better days and there were only about two other customers. Would go again if I was in the area but really surprised that this place scores so highly.
Visited on Friday 19th Feb 2016. Large old-fashioned pub just the other side from Charing Cross over the busy motorway (there is a bridge, itís not Frogger!). Lots of room to relax in, decent range of beer, food looked good and was well priced. Focus on good real ale and whisky.
Liked the place.
More of a whisky bar than a craft beer pub, the Bon has fantastic old fashioned ambience, good solid pub grub, and a constantly rotating selection of real ales. Itís definitely more CAMRA than craft beer, but there are plenty of other places in Glasgow catering for hipsters.
I canít think of a better pub anywhere for a hauf ní a hauf.
Traditional pub in an area full of office blocks and right next to the motorway. Good selection of real ales on offer, my pint of Onyx was a lovely darkish ale that went down very easily. Comfortable leather seats, oak wood and brass much in evidence, the Bon Accord is very charming indeed. Recommended.
Bon Accord is located just west of Glasgow centre right on the M8. It is very much a traditional boozer that specializes in real ale and malt whisky; both of which they have a wide selection of. They offer up to 10 cask ales mosty from Scottish breweries. I wouldnít say any of these particularly excited me - mostly bitters & golden ales, but there is some obscure stuff there. They also have some German bottles in the fridges. Service was rather good and we enjoyed out visit. A decent venue all in all.
Excellent selection of well kept cask conditioned ales, and a decent bottle selection, off topic a little, but a simply magnificent whisky selection. Staff really know their stuff and are a credit to the establishment. The food was very good, and the portions generous, I had the Bon Breakfast, which is probably the best Scottish fry up I have ever had. Thankfully not some kind of trendy beer bar, but a pub for people that love good booze, good food, and a great atmosphere.
2014-06-28. Nice pub, with a relatively traditional pub feel. Front of the bar feels cramped tonight with a stag up front - we had to wade through a field of friendly drunks by the door - but the back is spacious and we relocated to some comfy armchairs. 10 casks on. Selection is pretty decent but nothing super impressive. Offerings from Oakham, Marstons, Ilkley, Kelburn, Skye and more. Live music in the back starts after we sit which is not bad but felt unnecessary. Bartender got me a bandaid after I mysteriously cut my finger. I still have no idea how, possibly the bar stool? Possibly my favorite Glasgow pub in terms of decor but I think I might prefer it during the day with a smaller crowd. Would come back. Cask selection is good enough to find at least one or two ticks for most people, and at least one to have a nice pint of!