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Review: La Bonne Auberge, 161 West Nile Street, Glasgow

By Emma @glasgowfoodie

 

Evening meal at La Bonne Auberge

La bonne auberge French Glasgow

La Bonne Auberge, Glasgow

La Bonne Auberge,  is located beside the Holiday Inn Theatreland  and is near to Buchanan Bus Station, a handily placed car park as well as Sauchiehall Street. It had been a couple of years since we had been and our last visit was very enjoyable, so time to go again!

We were greeted quickly and shown to our table.  The decor and ambience was very relaxed and informal, perfect for any occasion.

A couple of wines we on special, so we tried these. Alandra tinto Alentejo and Alandra Branco Alentejo, both were £5.20 each. for 175ml glasses.  Good wines for the style of meal.

We ate from the A la carte menu, however the prix fixe menu was very popular at £18.95 for two courses.  Menus can be found here.

La bonne auberge French Glasgow

Chicken Liver Pate

Chicken liver pate £ 7.50
Smooth, creamy pate served as a  thick slice. Excellent meaty taste.Toasted brioche

 

La bonne auberge French Glasgow

Home cured North Sea salmon

Home cured North Sea Salmon £7.50

cured with Jura Whisky.
Delicate slices in a gravadlax style, moist, not oily and melt in mouth.  Served with a chive and potato mousseline..

 

La bonne auberge French Glasgow

West Coast Monkfish Fillet

West coast Monkfish fillet £19.95
Good big chunks of Monkfish served with prawns and peas in a beurre Blanc sauce (butter and reduced vinegar sauce)
The ginger salad garnish went well with monkfish.

 

La bonne auberge French Glasgow

Scottish Venison Loin

Scottish venison loin £24.50
Our only minus point of the night -we didn’t get asked how we wanted it cooked, thankfully it arrived pink.

Moist and tender meat with tart berries. Delicious.

 

La bonne auberge French Glasgow

Vanilla Panna cotta

Vanilla panna cotta with kirsch soaked cherries 6.95

Panna  cotta was a bit too wobbly for Mrs Foodies liking.  The cherries very nice and boozy though

 

La bonne auberge French Glasgow

Warm Ecclefechan Tart

Warm Ecclefechan tart £6.95 Served with pistachio ice cream

Filling wintery pudding, pastry a bit over-cooked but very nice warm tart
with a wee bit if spice and some smooth ice-cream

 

Of course we had to partake in the obligatory toilet check!  Both were clean and tidy and fully supplied.  The ladies had additional deodorant, hairspray, cotton wool balls and pads!   Both had Dyson air blade, hand towels, Scottish fine soaps hand wash and hand lotion.

Another fine meal from La Bonne Auberge, some Classic French cooking with a Scottish twist thrown in now and again.  Service was friendly and quick, atmosphere relaxing.  Ideal for a meal before the cinema or an after shopping expedition.

 

La bonne auberge French Glasgow

La Bonne Auberge, Glasgow

 

La bonne auberge French Glasgow

La Bonne Auberge
Glasgow
Bar Area

 

 We were invited to try La Bonne Auberge at their expense and were not required to write a good review and all opinions are our own.

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