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66 Hyndland Street, Glasgow, G11 5PT
  • Telephone 0141 339 7180
  • Bar open Mon–Sat 11am–midnight; Sun 12.30pm–6pm.
  • Food served Mon–Thu 9am–9pm; Fri/Sat 9am–10.30pm; Sun 9am–5pm.
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From a brilliant brunch to a three-course dinner, Cafezique brings excellent quality ingredients together with great cooking.

Eating & Drinking Guide

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Sister venue Gather By Zique as well as the Partick Duck Club (run by a team who ran this place for many years) have tended to take the plaudits of late on this road, but Cafezique still ticks over as a daytime café – in that relaxed and airy West End fashion – before drifting into upmarket neighbourhood bistro territory in the evening. For lunch, expect simple pleasures such as chicken and chorizo penne finished with crème fraîche, or gourmet sandwiches made using their own baked bread. The evening menu jumps about a bit, offering kimchi salad (vibrant, peppery, though not best matched with the European salad leaves beneath) and soy-glazed chicken wings, before substantial offerings such as a yoghurt-marinated lamb shank that is moist and slips off the bone, even if it may lack a tad of seasoning. Venison is nicely cooked though, pleasingly purple and soft in the middle. Cafezique’s best hours are perhaps its daylight ones, where this sunny space really has a buzz about itself.

The List's rating






David James Kirkwood visited Cafezique on 21 March 2019
  • High point: The daytime demeanour
  • Low point: Evening menu loses its identity a bit
  • Notable dish: Yoghurt marinated lamb shank, Bombay potatoes and chimichurri
  • Average price: £11 (lunch); £17 (set dinner)
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  • Provides: Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Wheelchair access, Outdoor tables, Free wi-fi
  • Music on stereo: Classic chill-out tracks - Nightmares on Wax, Zero 7
  • Capacity: 50 (20 outdoors)
  • Largest group: 14
  • Open since: 2008
  • Number of wines sold by the glass: 10
  • House wine: £22 per bottle

Reviews & features

Eating & Drinking Guide Awards 2019: Glasgow winners

16 Apr 2019

The List's annual food and drink award winners in Glasgow include Locavore, Five March and the team behind Cafezique

The List's annual Eating & Drinking Guide has announced the winners of its Eating & Drinking Awards for 2019. With the publication of the guide's 26th annual edition, ten venues across Edinburgh and Glasgow have been highlighted by the reviewers…


19 Jun 2008

If a deli is trying to tempt you to spend a bit more than you might at a supermarket on the basis that their food is better selected, in better condition and better quality, then you’d fully expect a partner café alongside to be operating under similar…