An acclaimed Glasgow restaurant is set to open a new location in the city centre later this month.

Maison by Glaschu - which is the sister restaurant to Glaschu on Royal Exchange Square - will open in Princess Square on Buchanan Street in April.

The new eatery will be situated on the second floor of the centre and will offer a 120-cover bar area as well as an 85-cover restaurant area, with its own 45-cover terrace.

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On top of that, the venue will have a private dining space.

The restaurant's menu will be heavily inspired by classical French and Mediterranean cuisine, with local Scottish produce at its core.

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Director of Food, John Molloy, said: “MAISON  will be a game changer in the city centre - a brasserie perfectly tailored to the all-day dining needs of Glasgow.

"The food has a classic French brasserie feel to it while taking inspiration from our sister restaurant, Glaschu, and really utilising the outstanding Scottish produce we have available on our doorstep.

"I can’t wait to open our doors and for people to see what we’ve been working on.”

General Manager, Clare Johnstone, added: "I cannot wait to share MAISON by Glaschu with the people of Glasgow. 

"We promise a culinary experience that is both timeless and innovative.

"Maison believes in delivering more than just great service - we aim to create memorable experiences for all.”