About Brasserie Abode
Fab. Will definitely be back!
An excellent meal with a beautiful bottle of wine. The service was efficient. Everything was perfect and great value for money!
Took my friend for a birthday treat.
The whole experience from start to finish was really enjoyable. The French onion soup was the best I've ever had. The sea bass in prawn bisque was lovely but too many potatoes on plate spoiled the appearance.
The rump steak was a bit underdone but the chef cooked it a bit more (but still very red). Maybe a good idea to ask the diner how they liked it cooked.
Wine was lovely & cheeseboard was rather sparse of choices, although plenty of the 2 cheeses served. Waitress was very attentive & restaurant was so relaxing. Beautiful table setting. All in all, a delightful visit. Will definitely be back.
Stylish brasserie in Glasgow city centre
The Bresserie is part of the award-winning Arthouse Glasgow. A member of the Abode group, the Arthouse is a stylish townhouse hotel on Bath Street. A mix of stand-alone and banquette seating, large windows and designer lighting, the Brasserie is an airy, contemporary space for a drink, light meal or three course dinner. The hotel has an interesting past which is reflected in period features such as its gilded cage lift, gilt wallpaper and atrium waterfall.
Global flavours menu
The menu in the Brasserie travels the world for inspiration. Whether you are peckish for a pizza or hungry for a beer-battered haddock, they have a dish for you. Comfort food such as steak and kidney pie or salmon fishcakes are available as are Aberdeen Angus or Cajun chicken burgers.
The warm, sticky toffee pudding with a whisky butterscotch sauce is always a temptation. Alternatively, guests can round off their meal with a selection of local cheeses, chutney and biscuits.
Local attractions and transport links
The Arthouse Glasgow is on Bath Street. It is a brisk five minute walk from Glasgow Central and Queen Street rail stations as well as Buchanan Street subway. There is a multi-story car park opposite. Local attractions include the King’s Theatre, Glasgow Film Theatre and the shops of Sauchiehall, Argyll and Buchanan Streets.