Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner served all day in Glasgow's West End

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Restaurant & bar in Glasgow's west end for breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, coffee, pastries, desserts, beer, wine, late night drinks & duck.

About Us

The Bun and Yill House

The large building with a smoking chimney in the centre of this drawing of 1827 was a tavern known as the “Bun and Yill House” or Bunhouse (yill is an old Scots word for ale). It stood on Old Dumbarton Road on the approach to the River Kelvin.

The Bunhouse was the favourite tavern of a group of Glasgow merchants, bankers and professors. They would walk out to Partick from the city each Saturday to dine on roasted duck, sage and onion and green peas, washed down with locally-brewed ale. 

Their favourite dish gave the name to the drinking and social club they formed in 1810, the Duck Club of Partick. Their president’s fondness for the fowl gave rise to the verse: 

“The ducks of Partick quake with fear, crying Lord preserve us, here’s McTear”.

Contact Us

Partick Duck Club

27 Hyndland Street, Glasgow G11 5QF

0141 334 9909


Monday: 8am - 11pm

Tuesday: 8am - 11pm

Wednesday: 8am - 11pm

Thursday: 8am - 11pm

Friday: 8am - Midnight

Saturday: 9am - Midnight

Sunday: 9am - 11pm