The name means ‘eat well’ and this ambitious brasserie delivers on its promise in the trendy boho surrounds of Glasgow’s West End. Chef Chris Charalambous cooks with the seasons and his food is full of serious intentions – from a starter of Glenapp partridge breast with organic spelt, ceps and truffles to Granny Smith apple soufflé with apple sauce and salted caramel ice cream. In between, there are flashy plates of Loch Etive trout with smoked haddock, heritage potatoes, grilled leek and smoked butter sauce or Highland venison loin and haunch with a colourful assortment of red cabbage, beetroot, quince and blackberry – all pimped to the max when it comes to presentation. The dining room looks suitably smart (red leather seating, arty photographs), service is happily personable and the wine list is reasonably priced. Good-value lunches and pre-theatre deals are popular too.