Priding itself on its "particular and peculiar eccentricities" the adventurous Trading House has opened its doors on St Vincent Street.
Taking a Phileas Fogg approach to Glasgow's thriving restaurant scene, the venue has launched with a 'spirit of adventure' theme inspired by travel and far-flung places.
Curiosities and antiquities are dotted about its newly refurbished building and its menu is a smorgasbord of recipes from lamb tagine with pearl couscous, to hot steak and stout pie and Cumberland bangers and mash.
The dessert menu flirts with still more countries, offering up everything from strawberry and marshmallow or banana and coconut kebabs, to a boozy rum baba.
The restaurant also has its own private dining room which guests can book into, as well as an ale tasting vault and the promise of plenty of live music gigs to come.
The Trading House is the latest offering from The New World Trading Company, who have already seen success with their peculiar concepts of The Oast House, The Botanist and The Smugglers Cove in England.
It's Liverpool venue, The Smugglers Cove, holds the Guinness World Record for its vast range of rums.
The Glasgow restaurant will focus on everything 'gin' though, with an extensive list inspired by the British East India Company's gathered cargo from the Far East and European markets.
The Trading House is now open from 12pm until 12am and promises live music each night of the week.
Take a look inside The Trading House