Cherry and Heather Fine Foods

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Cherry and Heather Fine Foods
7 North Gower Street, Glasgow, G51 1PW
  • Telephone 0141 427 0272
  • Opening times Closed Sat/Sun
  • Food served Mon–Fri 10am–5pm.
  • Average price (set lunch)
  • Typical order tomato and lentil soup with sandwich of meatballs in Indonesian peanut sauce (£4.80)
  • Email
  • Website www.cherryandheather.co.uk

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An oasis in the Cessnock food desert, Cherry and Heather is a tiny deli-cafe offering gourmet sandwiches along with vegan soups, hot and cold speciality drinks and home-baking. The menu is full of interesting and tasty combinations such as beetroot, honeyed goat’s cheese pâté and mixed seeds, or kaffir lime and lemongrass chicken with red peppers. Dishes are peppered with Southeast Asian influences such as the meatball sandwich with peanut sauce or delicious Indonesian-style chicken noodle soup. Despite the compact space, they also manage to cram in a few seats and sell a small range of goods to take away including luxury biscuits, tea, chocolate and porridge. Genuinely worth a special trip to Cessnock.

  • High point: Top quality everything
  • Low point: Slim chance of getting a table at peak time
  • Delivery: Delivery for corporate catering
  • Provides: Gluten-free options, Children's high chairs, Wheelchair access
  • Capacity: 7
  • Largest group: 0
  • Open since: 2006

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Comments & ratings

4. Annie710 Sep 2009, 5:53pm5 stars Cherry and Heather Fine Foods Report

This is one of the best small deli's in the city - with fantastic fresh home made sushi, noodles, spicy potato salad

3. Claire....24 Apr 2009, 4:41pm5 stars Cherry and Heather Fine Foods Report

The absolute best sandwiches/rolls (and cakes!) I've ever tasted.

2. rollandsausage29 Oct 2008, 8:57pm5 stars Cherry and Heather Fine Foods Report

There simply isn't anything quite like this place for miles around. Well worth seeking it out for the delights within. A fantastic aray of sandwiches completely removed from the "coronation chickens" and "prawn mayo's" of the world. The only problem you'll encounter in here is what NOT to have. Also look out for great soups, changed daily, amazing cakes and lovely coffee. A lunch time essential and no mistake.

1. robin29 Oct 2008, 8:53pm5 stars Cherry and Heather Fine Foods Report

Its a small shop, but they have shown what can be done with imagination, care and a lot of hard work. A really great place to have a coffee or to get some very special sandwiches or something for lunch. When there is a queue for sandwich takeaways at lunchtime, there is not a lot of room!

Long may this initiative last, and hopefully inspire some others...what is needed now is a really good wee restaurant in this part of Paisley Road West, and of course a sensible and straight pedestrian link between Cessnock Undergrtound Station and Pacific Quay, and the BBC and Science centre.... Something that was promised years ago...

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Average rating 5/5 from 4 reviews of Cherry and Heather Fine Foods.

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