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Fine food, fine wine, fine times are all to be had at Glasgow’s La Bonne Auberge, a veteran brasserie-style Mediterranean restaurant that has been serving diners in the midst of the city centre’s theatreland since 1975. La Bonne Auberge’s West Nile Street premises are currently under the guidance of innovative executive head chef Gerry Sharkey, and with many of Glasgow’s theatre district virtually on the restaurant’s doorstep, this is a destination for those wanting to dine a la carte or with a special pre-theatre menu before the show.
Such is La Bonne Auberge’s status in Glasgow that the proprietors of the restaurant have found myriad ways to give back to the community of diners that has supported them for 40-odd years, with a special offers list that sports budget Scottish or French-style breakfasts, a popular afternoon tea session (best with bubbles), two- and three-course menus plus a carafe or bottle of wine (the cellar selection here is notoriously good) for couples, and collaborations with the nearby Cineworld Cinema offering an award-winning two course dinner plus a movie ticket. Of course these offers flank what many deem to be the best a la carte Mediterranean menu in the city centre and theatreland.
La Bonne Auberge’s executive chef Gerry Sharkey has curated a number of menus covering lunch and dinner, with a popular two- or three-course prix fixe menu including dishes such as deep-fried tomato and mozzarella-filled gnocchi, a casserole of Scottish lamb and pan-fried rainbow trout with a chive beurre blanc, joining the dots between Mediterranean, Scottish and European cuisines with ease. Signature dishes come dinnertime include the steak hache served with a brandy and peppercorn sauce, wild mushroom risotto, and the adventurous loin of venison served with cauliflower puree, spiced plums and chocolate sauce. A clear winner in Glasgow’s city centre, with the Theatre Royal, the Pavilion Theatre and The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall a short walk from the restaurant’s West Nile Street address, La Bonne Auberge demands an early reservation.
Welcoming, friendly, efficient staff. We had dinner & breakfast both days. Food delicious at all meals and beautifully presented. On our second evening we were going to the theatre and staff kept an eye on timing of courses for us. Very happy to recommend.
Meal was lovely - staff made us feel comfortable and were very helpful when we were ordering our meal. Service was good and we will book again.
Lovely,tasty food well presented. Staff very friendly. Pre theatre menu is good value and has a good variety of dishes to choose from. Handy for the theatre.
Great restaurant, wonderful food and atmosphere, friendly professional staff, one of my favourites in Glasgow. Whatever you choose from the menu you will not be disappointed.
We had a lovely meal and evening at La Bonne Auberge in Glasgow. The food was excellent and the staff were professional, friendly and efficient, ensuring the meals were all served promptly. I couldn’t fault anything at all, until the bill came. We were disappointed to see a service charge had been applied to our bill, considering there were only 3 of us in the group. That’s the only reason I didn’t give it a full 6 marks. However, it would not stop us returning
We went for a pre theatre dinner. La Bonne Auberge is convenient with the Theatre Royal a short walk away. We arrived a little late but the staff were very understanding. The service was good if occasionally a little brusque. The understanding of my need for gluten free food was excellent. The menu offered good choices and the food well presented with a good balance of flavours. We will go again.
WE love La Bonne Auberge from breakfast to afternoon tea and dinner we have had them all and never been disappointed , the staff are great and food is amazing and there is always lovely atmosphere .
A good atmosphere and a very nice meal but this was spoilt when the bill arrived. I was very disappointed at a 12.50% service charge being automatically added to the bill. I tip according to the level and quality of service that I actually receive. (This charge was removed upon request). I was also annoyed that a Gift Voucher I had handed over on arrival had not been applied to the bill. This had to be found and only then was the value deducted from the bill.
It is always nice dining at La Bonne Auberge.Reservation was in order,pleasant surroundings nice dinner and the service was prompt and efficient.Will certainly be back again when in Theatreland
My experience of the restaurant was first class but they did not have my booking so I will not be making bookings again via you, I am afraid. Luckily the restaurant was able to accommodate us.