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Sacré bleu! Liberté Bar & Bistro set up shop near Sauchiehall Street

Liberté Bar & Bistro

Last updated . By Gurjot Thind.


Now Open

What they say:

Liberté Bar & Bistro is the latest restaurant to open in Glasgow's ever-changing Sauchiehall Street area, bringing with it the finest that French culture has to offer. The current owners of Yesbar, Suzanne and Jim McLaughlin, are the masterminds behind this venture; they're hope to recreate the attitude and aura of sophistication that's come to define dining across the Channel. Alongside an impressive selection of wines and spirits, an array of delicately crafted, classic French dishes are available, all of which have had a slight Scottish tweak added to them. 

What we say:

It's rare to find a stunning restaurant that manages to perfectly combine its unrivalled dedication to serving great food with its love of history. But Liberté seems to do just that. The fusion of French and Scottish flavours harks back to the time of the fabled 13th century Auld Alliance. Above all of that however, a French fine-dining experience is exactly what a fast-paced city like Glasgow thrives on. Classic dishes like rich onion soup and delicate crème brûlée will keep the Francophile in your group happy, while the traditional burgers and cheese-boards maintains the venue's appeal to all the different diners in the city. Say Bonjour to this elegant eatery; trust us, it's here to stay.