Award-winning city centre French restaurant
Many of Glasgow’s fine dining fans would put Brian Maule’s Chardon D’Or at the top of the city’s culinary achievements. Located on West Regent Street in the city centre, the key to Brian Maule’s success in Glasgow is down to the seasonal, locally sourced produce combined with traditional French techniques to create quality dishes.
Simple menus, flavoursome food
Whilst dishes may sound straightforward enough on the menus, Brian Maule has skilfully created flavour combinations that keep customers coming back for more. Examples of such dishes include the lamb fillet with aubergine caviar, the salad of baby leeks and goats cheese fromage blanc with black truffle vinaigrette, and the roast monkfish in a curry flour with braised baby gem and a lamb flavoured jus.
Charing Cross accessibility, city centre transport links
Brian Maule at Le Chardon D’Or is on West Regent Street close to Blythswood Square in Glasgow city centre. Charing Cross train station is a leisurely 10 minute stroll from the restaurant, and a 10 minute uphill walk from both Queen Street and Central train stations. There is pay and display car parking across from the restaurant at Blythswood Square and payable parking at the nearby Q-Park on Sauchiehall Street. Bus stops and taxi ranks are also within walking distance.