Macleod's has always accommodated our large drunken Scottish themed get togethers, and for that we are eternally grateful. From having actual bagpipers come in for bachelor parties to just your casual "Clan" gathering, they have always met us with cheerful smiles, excellent service & tolerance of tartan and slightly out of tune bagpipes.


Christopher A. Sørensen,

My husband had the halibut with chips...and it was delicious. It was wonderful to get real chips and not just frozen ones! I had the bangers and mash and it was just as tasty. 

My only complaint was the sticky toffee pudding for dessert, it was served cold and tasted like it was right out of the fridge. It should be served piping hot so the sauce is hot caramel/toffee consistency.

We washed dinner down with a few pints of draft Bellhaven. It was a great taste of home and we will be back!

Doreen Currie,

This isn't a review about the Fish & Chips, just the great atmosphere and staff. Last night after leaving a show at the Tractor we went into Bramling Cross for a late nightcap. They told us they closed early because they didn't want to serve the drunks coming out of the Tractor. Pretentious punks! We walked across the street to Macleod's. The place was packed. The staff was friendly and we had some Belhaven Scottish Ale on Nitro and a wee dram of Scotch. Excellent.

Timothy J. Lorang,

Most excellent Halibut and service was great the fries could have been just a bit better but still great will be going back

Ron Meek,

Been to Britain lived In Hong Kong when it was a colony. This is next best thing to the original. BUT I asked whether they fried the food in beef lard and they said the city ordinance won't allow them too. Fresh fish and good spuds. Should be eaten in the shop not taken out since it gets soggy. Good try McCleoud! Fight for the Lard! NYC allows it!

Pius Fourteenth,