Where do cows go for lunch? The calf-eteria.
Yeah, yeah, when it comes to comedy Stephen Fry seldom worries that the Big Deal is going to steal his thunder.
But, while rib-tickling may not be a strong point, today’s Big Deal at the cosmopolitan Brasserie on George Square will certainly leave your taste buds grinning.
This mouth-watering Big Deal offers diners a choice. If you think that top quality fish and chips is one of the finest dishes known to man then you need to try the beer battered haddock at The Brasserie on George Square. Served with chips, mushy peas, tartare sauce and grilled lemon, it is spectacular.
On the other hand, it can be hard to see past the Brasserie’s 8oz rib eye steak with chips. Starring delicious, aged, Scotch beef, it is manna for meat-eaters.
Whichever option is chosen, diners can enjoy a 175ml glass of Hardy’s Chardonnay-Semillon or Hardy’s Shiraz-Cabernet with their food.
You can also opt to pay an additional £5 direct to the Brasserie and enjoy the whole bottle of wine instead of two glasses.
Situated in the heart of the city centre with fantastic conservatory views of some of Glasgow’s most elegant Victorian architecture, The Brasserie on George Square offers stylish dining in uniquely impressive surroundings.
It’s a big hit with 5pm users. At the time of writing, slightly fewer than 900 of you have eaten there and given it a great combined rating of 4.1/5.
This is what a recent visitor had to say:
‘Brasserie visit in glorious sunshine. We were seated in the glassed area looking onto George Square watching the world go by. The food and service were great and we will return.’ Rating 4/5