We’re predicting a Wimbledon win for Murray this year and will be cheering on every scowl, smash and lob.
Take up today’s Big Deal with the Brasserie on George Square and you can celebrate another Scottish champion: our natural larder.
The Brasserie on George Square is part of the Millennium Hotel and the
chefs at the city centre venue are enthusiastic users of locally sourced, seasonal ingredients.
Glasgow city centre
As its name suggests, the Brasserie on George Square looks out onto the ever bustling hub which is George Square in the heart of Glasgow. Right next to Queen Street Station, it’s as handy for transport links as it is for taking a break during a shopping trip.
You could use this offer to treat some one; to go out for a romantic meal or to simply enjoy freshly cooked food while watching the world go by – isn’t that what summer is for?
Executive chef Jean-Paul Giraud is an enthusiastic champion of Scottish produce and a dab hand at producing traditional Scottish dishes as well as more international flavours.
Available seven nights a week and for lunch every day except Sunday, this brilliant offer is for two people to each enjoy a starter and main course or main course and dessert from the menu below:
Soup of the day with freshly baked bread
Chicken and wild mushroom terrine wrapped in cured ham and
accompanied by Arran oatcakes and spiced tomato chutney
Haggis and clapshot – Macsween haggis, topped with a blend of swede and potato finished with a whisky cream (vegetarian option also
Houmous – a delicious blend of chick peas, olive oil, lemon and thyme and Greek yoghurt, served with warm pita bread and marinated olives
Pan-seared, corn-fed chicken – _served on a bed of mashed potatoes, with a lemon and tarragon butter cream sauce and accompanied with
Herb-roasted cod – served with vegetable spaghetti, garlic, grilled langoustine and finished with a sweet pepper and tomato coulis
Grilled pork cutlet – served with a tarragon and oyster mushroom velouté, finished with glazed baby onions and accompanied with thyme mash
Spiced vegetable and dahl cake – coated in breadcrumbs and served with rice in madras and coriander sauce served with coriander couscous
Raspberry cranachan cheesecake with honey-infused praline
Selection of ice cream or sorbet served with a shortbread biscuit
Vanilla crème brulée with shortbread
Glazed lemon and orange tart with raspberry and mint compote
The Brasserie at George Square is very popular with 5pm diners. At the time of writing, not far off 900 of you had rated the restaurant and given it a very decent combined score of 4.1/5. This is what a recent guest thought of their meal:
‘Gorgeous restaurant. Beautiful meal, lovely atmosphere and watching the hustle and bustle of Glasgow going by was lovely.’ Rating 4.8/5