A new “bistro” is set to be opened in Glasgow’s west end by the owners of Brett and Michelin Star restaurant Cail Bruich.

Glasgow’s Licensing Board has awarded a provisional premises licence to Concrete Egg Ltd for a site at 364 Great Western Road.

Planning permission to convert the building, previously the Caravan Shop, was granted last year.

Licensing lawyer Archie MacIver, representing the firm, said the new venue, across the road from Brett, would be a small bistro-type operation”, serving “charcuterie boards, cheese platters” and “small plates”.

“Alongside that they are wanting to sell their wines from the premises,” he added. The venue will also offer coffees, cakes, breakfast and brunches earlier in the day.

MacIver was joined in front of the city’s licensing board by Paul Charalambous, who co-owns Cail Bruich, Brett and Shucks with his brother Chris.

He said the pair are “very experienced” operators and plan to invest around £150,000 in transforming the property.

Plans for an off-licence, with food and drink, were approved in March last year. They stated Bar Brett, an “upmarket restaurant and wine bar”, sells “a selection of sharing plates ranging from Scottish seafood to locally sourced vegetables and sustainably farmed meats” as well as specialising in “low intervention and sustainable European wines”.

The plans continued: “The aim for 364 Great Western Road is to move the off-sales licence across from 321 Great Western Road and to operate this premises in part as a wine shop, but also selling coffee, pastries and sandwiches, along with bottles of wine and beer, all to take away.”

A previous bid to convert the property was rejected due to concerns about the dispersal of cooking odours and “heating food above neighbouring residential properties”.

The approved application removed the proposal to install a combination oven and added: “There will be no cooking of food taking place on the premises.”