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
  • Food served Mon–Fri 10am–5pm. Closed Sat/Sun.
  • Average price £8 (lunch)
  • Typical order tomato and lentil soup with sandwich of meatballs in Indonesian peanut sauce (£4.80)
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Compact café and takeaway in Cessnock dishing up delightful Asian-inspired savouries and delectable cakes.

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For ten years, Cherry and Heather have been providing their enticing range of fresh, inventive and affordable food to an appreciative Cessnock crowd – who are somewhat starved of café options of this quality. The menu bristles with Asian dishes, super soups, deli pasta dishes, gourmet sandwiches – such as the signature meatballs with Indonesian peanut sauce – and lots of sweet treats including gluten-free options. The small dining space with four tables manages to be a bright, comfortable spot for enjoying the high-standard food on offer, plus there's good coffee and a great selection of teas available as well. A splendid spot in a neighbourhood scarce on cafés, whether for takeaway, relaxing or working – and worth seeking out if you are in touching or trekking distance.

  • High point: High-quality food
  • Low point: Closed weekends
  • Average price: £8 (lunch)
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  • Delivery: Delivery for corporate catering
  • Provides: Gluten-free options, Children's high chairs, Wheelchair access
  • Capacity: 7
  • Open since: 2006

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