There’s just something about Brian Maule’s Chardon D’or that screams elegance. Hidden not too far from the busy city centre and based right next to Blythswood Square, this is an intimate venue that exudes class and style in equal and abundant measure.
Prepare to be wined and dined like you’ve never been before; and in a manner that’s entirely worthy of a Michelin star. This traditional, yet modern restaurant prides itself not only on it’s exquisite fare, but also it’s silver service. And rightly so, as dining at Chardon D’or is more than just dinner - it’s an experience.
Everything from reception to receipt is conducted with the utmost in class and style. The menu here is a shining example of Glasgow’s culinary flair with many modern twists on traditional dishes. Ever-changing and experimenting, Brian Maule and his chefs delight with their attention to detail and commitment to innovation, pushing new trends and boasting the freshest and often most eclectic ingredients on the Glasgow scene.
The staff are on hand to guide you through every dish; ask where the ingredients were sourced and you’ll be informed with great pride. Each dish tells a story; from the tale of the pigs farmed 20 miles away in Lanarkshire to the one of the wine produced from a French vineyard with delicate 100 year old vines, owned by a chap from Edinburgh.
Brian Maule’s Chardon D’or is a hidden gem, waiting to be discovered. Each dish is considered and it’s very obvious that a lot of time has gone into planning this taste excursion and let me tell you this; your guide for this excursion is very highly skilled.
For a touch of class slightly off the beaten track, Brian Maule’s Chardon D’or is an obvious choice.
Brian Maule at Chardon D’Or, 176 West Regent Street, Glasgow, G2 4RL