Jelly Hill Cafe/Bar

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Jelly Hill Cafe/Bar
195 Hyndland Road, Glasgow, G12 9HT
  • Telephone 0141 341 0125
  • Bar open Mon–Wed 11am–10pm; Thu–Sat 11am-midnight; Sun 12.30–9pm
  • Food served Mon–Thu 8am–10pm; Fri 8am–midnight; Sat 8am–10pm; Sun 9am–9pm
  • Average price £5.95/£7.95 (set lunch); £8 (evening meal)
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Decked out with a stunning wine bar, this café nicely straddles the evening restaurant/daytime café divide, plus there is outdoor seating for a spot of al fresco dining, which doen't get overawed by the busy road nearby. Quirky Paul Hodgkiss-sculpted wooden tables are distinctive features of the décor, and Jellyhill also benefits from being one of the few spots to stay open late in this stretch of Hyndland. Sandwiches include the JellyReuben house special, which combines peppered pastrami ham, Swiss cheese and homemade ’slaw for a great balance of textures and flavours, or the tasty and reliable house ‘Bee El Tee’. Frangipane tarts feature soft sponge and intensely sweet raspberry notes.

  • High point: Relaxed yet immaculate décor
  • Low point: Salad dressings are a little too sweet
  • Average price: £5.95/£7.95 (set lunch); £8 (dinner)
  • Provides: Children's portions, Wheelchair access, Outdoor tables, Free wi-fi
  • Capacity: 40
  • Largest group: 40
  • Open since: 2002
  • Number of wines sold by the glass: 8
  • House wine: £14.50 per bottle

Reviews & features

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3 Feb 2012

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