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The Brasserie on George Square

Millennium Hotel Glasgow, Glasgow, GLASGOW CITY G2 1DS Directions
Today 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM All Hours

About The Brasserie on George Square

  • Cuisine
    French, British
  • Meals
    Lunch, Dinner
  • Price
    £30-£50
  • Reservations
    Yes
  • Good For Kids
    Yes
  • Good For Groups
    Yes

From Our Editors

The Brasserie on George Square is situated in the Millenium hotel facing Glasgow's George Square. The kitchen specialises in Scottish cuisine and serves up meals with a modern twist on classic flavours. Guests can enjoy staples such as haggis bon bons, a selection of meat dishes and afternoon tea.

Comments

Report | 7 months ago
It was an afternoon tea we had and the venue was lovely and the food and service was great. Very relaxing. Loved it. 😊
Report | a year ago
Not a great selection of food
Report | a year ago
Really enjoyed it , lovely cakes and sandwiches. Hard to get booked through!
Report | a year ago
was a great day thoroughly enjoyed
Report | a year ago
This was not the best afternoon tea I’ve experienced. The coffee not very hot and served about 15mins before our cakes and sandwiches arrived. The sandwiches were stale and only two varieties. On the cake side one chocolate eclair was cut in half to serve two people. On the plus side the scones were warm and fresh. Wouldn’t have liked to pay full price. Much better places in Glasgow.
Report | a year ago
food was lovely and staff fri
Report | a year ago
Lovely afternoon tea in conservatory. Well mannered waiter with excellent service
Report | a year ago
Lovely afternoon tea for two. Great portions and the freshly baked scones were amazing. Staff were very welcoming, overall a great experience.
Report | a year ago
Very good value for money.
Report | a year ago
Very good

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