About Atlantic Brasserie
We went here as a group of 6 on a Friday night for my graduation dinner and we all can't stop raving about it! The food was excellent, great value for money on the 2 courses for £16 menu, lots of options for the vegetarian in our group. We enjoyed the atmosphere so much that we moved to the bar area to continue our night! Can't wait to go back, and can't recommend it enough!
We used a 5pm voucher which was excellent value. The restaurant was decorated in an Atlantic old cruise ship style. The staff were very attentive and courteous. We had the whole rotisserie chicken between us which was very tender to eat. I had the goats cheese starter which had excellent flavours, one of the nicest I have eaten. It was very busy and had a good ambiance. There was a poster stating that they hold a jazz lunch on a Saturday and Sunday so I would need to find out more about that. Well worth a visit.
Classic French brasserie in city centre
Located on St Vincent Place, Atlantic Bar and Brasserie is a French restaurant on the lower ground floor, underneath sister restaurant The Anchor Line. Inspired by an early Glasgow pop-up restaurant which was built for the Empire Exhibition of 1938, Atlantic offers a contemporary French brasserie and bar in a sophisticated and glamorous vintage setting
Modern and classic French dishes
With a full rotisserie and Robata grill, as well as conventional stoves and ovens, there is always plenty of theatre in Atlantic’s open kitchens. As well as rotisserie chicken and 21-day dry-aged steaks cooked on the Robata, the chefs offer onion soup, steak tartare, oysters and snails in garlic butter.
There are warming beef Bourguignon stews; duck breasts in aromatic orange sauce and Perthshire lamb rumps roasted with thyme. Fish lovers will appreciate the whole lemon sole or La Bouillabaisse – the classic fish stew from Marseilles. Having finished off with the tarte Tatin or crème brulée, diners can sit back (perhaps with a Cognac or calvados) and congratulate themselves on having bien mangé.
City centre transport links and attractions
Atlantic Bar and Brasserie is on St Vincent Place, just around the corner from George Square and a brief walk from Queen Street and Central Station transport hubs. There is restricted on-street parking and several nearby pay car parks. Local attractions include the Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow Royal Concert Hall and the shops of Buchanan Street.