GLASGOW brasserie La Bonne Auberge has undergone major refurbishment ahead of the festive season.
The six-figure project has created what is described as a “classic yet contemporary” space in the style of a modern French brasserie.
New furniture, fittings and lighting have been introduced to the restaurant, while the L’Orangerie conservatory has been relaunched as a private dining space for parties and functions.
A dividing wall between the areas features a collection of ‘objects d’art’, which have been positioned to create a talking point among customers, while the walls sport newly-commissioned paintings by artist Nichol Wheatley, who has previously worked on projects for Glasgow venues Oran Mor and The Corinthian.
“Whilst La Bonne Auberge has enjoyed an illustrious history, we are always looking forward,” said owner Maurice Taylor.
“With this urbane look, reminiscent of today’s top French brasseries, we believe that we can now engage with the younger, aspirational generation in Glasgow who look for more relaxed and comfortable surroundings in a restaurant, which offers an affordable and varied menu.”