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Brian Maule at Chardon D'Or
176 West Regent Street

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Award-winning haute cuisine in a charming, relaxed restaurant with superb ingredients and attentive staff, what could be better? Brian Maule, the chef-owner, is only in his mid-thirties, but spent years as Head Chef at the Roux brothers famous and starry Le Gavroche in London. Now he's running his own show, you won't want to miss the excitement of Olympic-level cooking. Set in a renovated Victorian building just off handsome Blythswood Square, the decor is slightly unbuttoned formal in bone and neutrals, with well-spaced tables. Fine country French dishes might include starter of ragout of scallops, penne pasta and fennel in light cream sauce, main course of supreme of Cannette duck with braised salad and peppered jus, and dessert of vanilla flavoured creme brulee. Interesting wine list.

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