Food and drink
Classic French cuisine fused with the finest locally-sourced produce: expect to see roast Scottish fillet of beef and a ragout of Scottish smoked salmon and haddock alongside more traditional Francophile dishes like medallion of pork with tagliatelle pasta, terrine of ham hough and foie gras.
I absolutely loved the pan fried monkfish with parsnip puree and light chicken jus and my partner thought her pan fried fillets of lamb, with wild mushrooms, creamed potatoes and rosemary jus, was the best she’d ever tasted. It’s really that good.
Sophisticated and formal, this is a restaurant for a special occasion. Packed with high-flying business executives during lunch hour, its evening dining clientele is a mix of savvy locals and tourists – all with one thing in common; an appreciation of five-star haute cuisine.
Attentive and relentlessly friendly, the staff know the menu and wine list inside out.
In a quiet spot off Blythswood Square in the city centre, it’s in easy walking distance from hotels and bars.
Expect to pay between £6-£10 for a starter and £19-£25 for a main course. At £16.50 for two courses or £19.50 for three courses, the lunch and pre-theatre menus are an a la carte bargain.
Tables to book
Ask for a table at one of the gorgeous Georgian terrace windows.
- Business travellers
- Mature travellers
- Special occasions