Our Beef

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At Hutchesons, our primary aim is to give our guests the best dining experience possible. One of the most fundamental contributors to this is sourcing the very best beef Scotland has to offer. Whether it is our signature cut 500g Cote de Boeuf or mighty Cheateaubriand to share, all of the beef on our menu always from small-batch, grass-fed cattle reared locally in Scotland.

We work with a small number of carefully selected beef suppliers to ensure each of our cuts are perfectly suited. Listed below are details of each of our suppliers.

One of our primary suppliers is John Gilmour Butchers, who we have worked with for over 7 years. John Gilmour Butchers are an independent family run business established in 1946 who specialise in supplying high quality meats. Their “Tweed Valley Beef” is sourced from sustainably managed farms in the Scottish Borders. The cattle are grass fed and dry hung beef for 35 days with a focus on flavour and marbling.

John Gilmour, Managing Director has said of working with us; “We are delighted to be supplying our quality beef to one of Scotland’s best steakhouses and look forward to many more years of partnership to ensure customers receive the most premium beef possible.”

John himself takes great care in managing the entire procurement process to ensure complete traceability in choosing the best cattle for us from livestock market all the way through the 35 day aging process. Having long running, trusted suppliers like John Gilmour Butchers on our team is of huge importance to us so we can guarantee our guests an unforgettable meal at our restaurant.

Cairnhill Farm, Ayrshire
John Gilmours Butchers, East Lothian
ABR Quality Foods, Bearsden
Campbells Prime Meat, Linlithgow

BUBBLES & BRUNCH BRING BUSINESS LEADERS TOGETHER

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Huge thanks to Scottish Field Magazine for an excellent piece on our Inspirational Bubbles & Brunch 

"A unique event to bring together a community of thinkers and leaders who are passionate about sharing ideas is taking place next week.

The Bubbles & Brunch event is back at Hutchesons, Glasgow’s award-winning restaurant located in Merchant City, which will host the brunch event on Friday, 27 July, with business pioneer Jacqui Low.

Shifting the networking experience from the conference room to a brunch setting, Bubbles & Brunch event has been developed by RUSK & RUSK in partnership with Heart Scotland.

Hosted by Louise Rusk of RUSK & RUSK and Tracey McNellan, managing director of Global Scotland (Heart FM), the event invites Scottish business leaders to share their stories and is designed to empower and inspire business communities as well as the next generation of leaders.

Guest speaker Jacqui, who recently was announced as the new chairman of Partick Thistle Football Club, boasts a career of more than 30 years spanning media, politics and government.

Heart Drivetime’s Lynne Hoggan will be providing the soundtrack to this month’s event, sharing music excerpts that spotlight Jacqui’s career and personal achievements, whilst Jacqui talks about her triumphs, challenges and top tips for being an inspirational leader.

Louise said: ‘Having launched Bubbles and Brunch earlier this year with great response from attendees, we are excited to host Jacqui Low at Hutchesons this month. The event is a unique opportunity for guests to connect with a prominent and savvy woman in business, such as Jacqui who has had an impressive career.

‘Scotland has a wealth of inspirational businesses, yet the forums for its leaders tend to be traditional networking events. This event seeks to step away from the traditional template by creating an inspirational, fun and empowering environment where business leaders and entrepreneurs can exchange ideas and inspire each other.’

Tracey added: ‘I’m really looking forward to Jacqui sharing her professional journey with like-minded people and encouraging those embarking on their own business journey.’

Guests will be treated to a host of brunch favourites from freshly baked croissants, Eggs Royale, and Eggs Florentine to buttermilk pancakes – all accompanied by a glass of bubbly."

 

New Partick Thistle chairwoman to host business event

Great Coverage in todays Scotsman for our Inspirational Bubbles & Brunch. 

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Glasgow restaurant Hutchesons will host an event this Friday with Jacqui Low, the business pioneer who was recently appointed chair of Partick Thistle Football Club. The Bubbles & Brunch event has been developed by hospitality group Rusk & Rusk in partnership with Heart Scotland, and will bring together “a community of thinkers and leaders who are passionate about sharing ideas, connecting and having a conversation”. Scottish business figures will have the opportunity to share their stories in a bid to empower and inspire the next generation of leaders, the organisers said. Low boasts a career of more than 30 years, spanning media, politics and government. She is executive chairman of Edinburgh-based communications company Indigo. Louise Rusk, co-owner of Rusk & Rusk, said: “Having launched Bubbles & Brunch earlier this year with great response from attendees, we are excited to host Jacqui Low at Hutchesons this month. The event is a unique opportunity for guests to connect with a prominent and savvy businesswoman, such as Jacqui, who has had an impressive career. “Scotland has a wealth of inspirational businesses, yet the forums for its leaders tend to be traditional networking events. “This event seeks to step away from the traditional template by creating an inspirational, fun and empowering environment where business leaders and entrepreneurs can exchange ideas and inspire each other.”

Read more at: https://www.scotsman.com/business/companies/media-leisure/new-partick-thistle-chairwoman-to-host-business-event-1-4772482

Partick Thistle chair to speak at networking event

Big Thanks to Insider for a great piece:

"Jacqui Low, the founder and chair of Indigo PR and the recently appointed chair of the board of Partick Thistle Football Club, is to speak at a networking event next week.

She will speak at a Bubbles and Brunch event at the Hutchesons restaurant in Glasgow's Merchant City next Friday lunchtime.

Low has more than 30 years spanning media, PR, politics and government.

The event developed by restaurateurs Rusk & Rusk invites business leaders to share their stories and aims to inspire the next generation of business leaders.

It will be hosted by Louise Rusk co-owner of Rusk and Rusk and Tracy McNellan, managing director of Global Scotland, the company that owns Heart FM

Heart Drivetime’s Lynne Hoggan will be providing the soundtrack to this month’s event, sharing music excerpts that spotlight Jacqui Low’s career.

Louise Rusk said, “Having launched Bubbles and Brunch earlier this year with great response from attendees, we are excited to host Jacqui Low at Hutchesons this month.

“The event is a unique opportunity for guests to connect with a prominent and savvy businesswoman, such as Jacqui who has had an impressive career.”

She continued, “Scotland has a wealth of inspirational businesses, yet the forums for its leaders tend to be traditional networking events. This event seeks to step away from the traditional template by creating an inspirational, fun and empowering environment where business leaders and entrepreneurs can exchange ideas and inspire each other.”

The event runs from 12 noon to 3pm."