Chateau X to launch in Finnieston

chateau x six by nico finnieston

Team behind Six by Nico, founders announce the launch of new steak restaurant for Glasgow

The Simeone Group, founders of Six by Nico, HOME-X and most recently Beat 6 restaurant in Dennistoun, is looking to shake up the Scottish dining scene once again with the launch of Chateau-X, which will open to the public at 10 Claremont Street in Finnieston on 8th December.

The menu offering will be simple. Chateaubriand, priced at £30 for two. The launch menu will consist of a 500g Chateaubriand and a choice of six sides. Sides will be updated seasonally and the menu will kick off with Beef Dripping Rooster Chips, Barbecue Hispi Cabbage with Black Garlic and Aged Ewes Cheese, Mac & Cheese Croquettes with Chipotle Emulsion, Roasted Sprouted Broccoli, Buttermilk and Tarragon dressing, Bone Marrow & Oxtail with parsley crust and a Classic Caesar Salad with Aged parmesan. Diners will be tempted first with warm sourdough bread from Soja Bakery, whipped butter and gordal olives. Soft serve ice cream will also be available to tempt those with a sweet tooth.

chateau x six by nico finnieston

Commenting on the launch Nico Simeone founder of Six By Nico said;

“From the time we started talking about launching the Chateau-X restaurant idea, we knew everything had to revolve around the perfectly executed Chateaubriand. We’ve taken this much-loved restaurant classic and improved it with seasonally inspired sides and attention to every detail that will set us apart from the competition”


Bookings will open to the public on 23 November and meat lovers can register their details at to find out more.


10 Claremont Street
G3 7HA

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