An exquisite little eatery specialising in a fantastic fusion of fine French cuisine and warming British classics, Liberté is the perfect spot to visit in Glasgow for any occasion.
Run by the winning combination of Suzanne and Jim McLaughin, Liberté is an enchanting location that’s complete with a wonderful beer garden area for those rare sunny days.
Now honouring a spectacular tastecard discount, Glaswegian diners can enjoy some of the best French cuisine this side of the channel at an unbeatable price.
With these savings in mind there’s little excuse not to indulge in an thoroughly satisfying three course meal, with sublime starters such as the classic French onion soup, a warming staple of French cuisine partnered with baked croutons and melted cheese, the rich chicken liver pate, served with cognac on toasted brioche and a plum chutney, and the delectable moule marinere, white wine and garlic marinated mussels and shallots.
Offering both fine diners and informal feasters equally excellent options, the main courses feature French favourites alongside refreshing salads and hearty burgers. Particularly noteworthy choices include the scrumptious boeuf bourguignon, a beef and red wine casserole enriched with pearl onions, bacon lardons and button mushrooms, the delightful mixed bean cassoulet, a veggie friendly ensemble of roasted butternut squash and mixed beans in a breadcrumb and herb covered tomato ragout, and the irresistible bouillabaisse, a rich fish stew with saffron, lobster, prawns and more.
Sweet and savoury conclusions are available for those with a little room for more, including the Scottish ‘delicacy’ of a deep fried Mars bar, ensuring guests can enjoy the best food French cuisine has to offer all throughout the meal.