A Glasgow restaurant will transform into Scotland's first listening bar.

Southeast Asian Bar and Brasserie Mamasan, on Ingram Street, is set to start a new chapter tonight.

Reinventing itself as an audio bar, the venue will host global DJs with an "exceptional sound quality set".  

The change comes after "a comprehensive hi-fi overhaul and the installation of a bespoke, state-of-the-art sound system designed by sound engineers to elevate late-night cocktails and dining to an unparalleled auditory experience".

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Brad Stevens, founder of Mamasan, commented: “When Mamasan opened in 2020, our vision was to create a stylish dining concept that was as much about the drinks and music as the food.

"Due to the restrictions in place throughout the pandemic, we couldn’t finish the job we started.

"Now our new state-of-the-art sound equipment, combined with incredible Thai BBQ food and drinks means we’ve elevated the guest experience and we can’t wait for Glasgow to join us at Scotland’s first dedicated listening bar for an outstanding line-up of music."

Originating from 1950s Japan, the listening bar concept "blends intimate dining with audiophile-grade music listening".

They serve as a hub for music lovers seeking a relaxed environment to appreciate high-fidelity sound.