Hello, glasgow

Glasgow is the 21st-century magnet of Great Britain, with an energetic, yet sophisticated vibe. Formerly Britain's major centre of industrial prowess, it has been rapidly transforming into a booming hub for art and culture in the past decades and prides itself on a never-ending stream of up-and-coming musicians and a thriving nightlife. Glasgow is also home to many excellent modern Scottish restaurants dedicated to preserving their Scottish heritage, and some of the best shopping in the country.


The Cafes to visit


Cafe Strange Brew

It is said to be one of the best brunch spots in Glasgow, and you will understand why as soon as you appear inside. Try the amazing waffles, pancakes and poached eggs, along with other quality food and cappuccinos.

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The Wild Olive Tree

The Wild Olive Tree offers high quality coffee, made by highly trained baristas. The cafe has a peaceful atmosphere, in contrast to the busy city centre, and is located in Nelson Mandela Place. The friendly staff serve breakfast, cakes and lighter meals. Try the scones, which are simply delicious.

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The Hidden Lane Tearoom

It might be a bit hard to locate this place, but it’s definitely worth the effort. Expect a warm welcome and friendly service in addition to a lovely retro atmosphere and excellent homemade cakes. The tearoom is an excellent choice for an afternoon break.

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Homemade cinnamon buns

Singl-end Cafe and Bakehouse

This out-of-the-way cafe stays busy despite being far away from the frenzied tourist crowd, and well-deservedly so. To see why, take a look at the glorious desserts or pick from the extensive menu, where also a good balance of meat, vegetarian and vegan dishes is kept.

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Bacon-egg sandwich

Riverhill Coffee Bar

Enjoy a great cappuccino and superb breakfast food at this popular cafe located in Gordon Street. People love the Riverhill for its friendly service, delicious sandwiches and home made pastries, so you will very likely enjoy spending some time inside to take a break from the city bustle.

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Tchai Ovna

This one-of-a-kind tea house boasts an impressive selection of teas: there are over a hundred varieties to choose from. Enjoy a fresh brew in the quirky, atmospheric insides of the establishment, popular with students thanks to its convenient location in the bohemian West End close to the University.

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ZIQUE'S is an establishment that does breakfast, lunch and dinner, keeping all three up to a very high standard (breakfasts are even rumored to be some of the best in Glasgow). There is a rather extensive wine and beer list on offer and, for non-drinkers, there are good cakes and coffee.

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Poached egg breakfast

The Hyndland Café

A brilliant cafe in West End, this family-run establishment offers a concise, yet well-thought out menu. Several breakfast options are available (ones with poached eggs have visual impact on top of the flawless flavor). Outdoor seating available.

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Seafood dinner with wine


Whether you opt for the Rogano restaurant or cafe - located downstairs - you are certainly guaranteed a first-class dining experience. The restaurant specialises in seafood caught along the Scottish coast, and the elegant cafe is ideal for an afternoon tea break.

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