BOUDOIR Wine Bar in Merchant Square, in the heart of Glasgow’s cultural, fashion and food quarter, has extended its petite food menu to complement its extensive wine range.
Having firmly established itself as one of Glasgow’s premier contemporary wine bars, following its opening late last year, Boudoir proprietor, Darren Scott, feels that the time is now right to extend its food offering.
“Boudoir was created with the express purpose of blending the best service and quality with a friendly, relaxed and welcoming space,” he said.
“Whilst our emphasis will remain on wine, this extension of our food offering is designed to appeal to our existing regular customers and attract new customers seeking good conversation and good food in a welcoming, relaxed environment.”
Boudoir’s extended petite food selection now includes: fresh pastries; olives; bread with olive oil and balsamic vinegar; root vegetable crisps; antipasti; duck liver parfait with oatcakes and chutney; toasted Italian bloomers; brie de meaux, grape and cranberry; Parma ham, sun-blushed tomatoes and mayonnaise and strawberry cheesecake with a glass of Prosecco.
And from next month, this tempting menu will be extended even further with the introduction of a selection of sausage platters.
Meanwhile, between 5-7pm, Boudoir offers free mixed anti pasti, comprising Milano Salami, Parma Ham, Brie, Tallegio, olives and breads.
Located on a prominent corner site, at the junction of Candleriggs and Wilson Street, Boudoir offers an intimate space featuring an opulent white, purple and black interior with plush, veiled booths and wine barrels with high-backed bar stools.
For further information please contact Darren Scott on tel 0141 552 4774
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Date 23rd March 2011
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