- Telephone 0141 942 0865
- Food served Tue–Sun noon–10pm. Closed Mon.
- Average price £11.95 (set lunch); £22 (evening meal)
- Website thepartnersrestaurants.co.uk/brasserie19
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This review is taken from the current (2013) edition.
A collection of 4x4s parked outside and diners that look like Moira Anderson fans – it must be Bearsden. Situated at the heart of the village, Brasserie 19 is busy even mid-week. Inside the décor is modern but a bit dated, dark wood and leather, chrome, exposed brick and a feature wall painted shocking red with Jackson Pollock style splashes of colour – it’s all a bit 1990s. The tower of Stronoway black pudding, consists of finest pudding, meaty mushrooms and crisp pancetta crowned with a runny poached egg. The dish is surrounded by salad and a swirl of sweet pesto and balsamic reduction, it makes for a fabulous starter. To follow, the bouillabaisse is a stew of fishy delights. A rouille-based dish slowly cooked, making the chunks of salmon, halibut, scallops and king prawns flaky and soft. To finish, ‘Joe's trio of rhubarb desserts’ is beyond indulgence. An eggy soufflé, steaming crumble pie, sweet sorbet on a tart compote. Whoever Joe is, he does great desserts.
- High point: Daily market menu is excellent
- Low point: No cloakroom – wet coats on back of chairs
- Number of wines sold by the glass: 6
- Provides: Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Free wi-fi
- Music on stereo: Chilled hip-hop to Country & Western Southern rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd
- Capacity: 48
- Largest group: 48
- Open since: 2009
- House wine: £17.99 per bottle
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