This restaurant has ceased trading.
Beautiful home-baked dishes served by attentive staff within a quirky West End interior.
Light, location and all things fantastically farinaceous. These are the greatest of Delizique’s many favourable traits. Cracking big floor-to-ceiling windows make for a shining space where artfully reconditioned furniture and deep, solid tables look out on to the great and good of Hyndland Road. And their breadstuffs are fantastic. Sandwiches with properly chewy crusts, a buttery croissant toasted just this side of crispy with flakes of salmon and vibrant leaves inside. They were doing sourdough pizzas before they became trendy, and sobrasada before anyone had heard of it (suffice to say the sobrasada pizza is a hot, spicy mess of goodness). If pizzas are Delizique’s biggest seller, their homemade pancakes (raspberry and ricotta, apple and cinnamon) run a close second. Breakfast or lunch, pizza or pancake – all are available from 9am to closing time.
- Provides: Vegetarian options (at least ¼ main courses), Gluten-free options, Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Wheelchair access, Free wi-fi
- Music on stereo: no particular policy - alternative; easy going; cool
- Capacity: 24
- Open since: 2011
- Number of wines sold by the glass: 8
- House wine: £16.50 per bottle
Reviews & features
West End eaterie Delizique re-invents itself17 Feb 2012
Snacks, desserts and gourmet pizzas on offer at the Hyndland street deli
There’s one guaranteed way to get the proprietors of delicatessens snapping their grissini in fury – and that’s to open a branch of Waitrose nearby. The upscale chain acts like Kryptonite on proximate independent operations, its economies of scale…
Neighbourhood Watch: Hyndland, Glasgow3 Feb 2012
Tips for hot spots in the plushest part of the West End
What’s it like? That nice bit between the ‘proper’ West End and Anniesland, with lots of cute coffee shops, restaurants and lovely flats. Think ornate doorways, stained glass and well-pruned window baskets, going for much more than your average Scottish…
'Use us or lose us' challenge by Scottish independent food shops20 Jan 2010
There have been warnings from two of Glasgow’s finest food shops, Heart Buchanan on Byres Road and Delizique on Hyndland Street, who’ve mounted a ‘use us or lose us’ challenge to local shoppers. The arrival of Waitrose in the West End may have set…