If Urban Bar and Brasserie restaurant were a man then he would be the sort of quietly confident fellow who could tie a decent Windsor knot while simultaneously fixing a perfect martini for his lady friend.
If you would like to enjoy a fine meal for two in one of Glasgow’s more sophisticated restaurants then set a course for Urban Bar and Brasserie on St Vincent Place in the city centre.
City centre elegance
Once home to the Bank of England’s Scottish HQ, Urban Bar and Brasserie has retained its dashing good looks.
Decked out with wood panels, stunning flower displays and ornate cornicing, it is rather an elegant city centre spot.
Based around their new autumn menu, this Big Deal is designed to let you see what their kitchen can do with the finest seasonal produce.
Flexible meal times
Available noon to 9pm, Sunday to Thursday, and noon to 4pm on Fridays, this offer would be perfect for a working lunch, pre-theatre meal; afternoon shopping break; a romantic night out or a lazy Sunday afternoon lunch.
The offer is for two people to each have a starter, main course and dessert from the following autumn menu:
Freshly prepared soup du jour
Smoked salmon, Atlantic prawn & cream cheese paupiette with a chive & citrus dressing
Smooth parfait of chicken livers with fig chutney & cinnamon & apricot toast
Serrano ham with lambs lettuce, Parmesan shavings, rosemary oil & balsamic
Crottin & red onion tart with pesto & pine nuts
Corn-fed breast of chicken with baby onions, pancetta, Puy lentils & rosemary jus
Fillet of cod with shellfish cream, gem hearts & petit pois
Shellfish linguine with citrus oil, chilli & rocket
Beef olives with buttery mash & pepper gravy
Mushroom and roast pepper tart with Comté on tomato salsa cream
Selection of artisan cheese with apricot chutney
Thorntonhall ice-cream with chocolate sauce
White chocolate mousse with raspberry coulis
The Urban Bar and Brasserie won two AA Rosettes within months of opening but the critics that really matter also love it.
At the time of writing, just over 670 people have reviewed their meals at Urban Bar and Brasserie through 5pm. Together, they have awarded the restaurant a fantastic combined score of 4.4/5.
These are the comments left on Urban Bar and Brasserie’s 5pm entry by recent visitors:
‘Great service – stunning food, good value. Thought it was going to be pricey and stuffy – but it wasn’t at all. Lovely staff and great personal service. Food was high end quality for very reasonable prices.’ Rating 5/5
‘Evening with the girls. Top marks for everything, 5pm deal good value.’
If you would like to try the seasonal menu at one of Glasgow’s more cosmopolitan restaurants then take up today’s Big Deal with Urban Bar and Brasserie.