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241 Ingram Street, Glasgow, G1 1DA
  • Opening times Mon–Fri 7.30am–3pm; Sat 11am–4pm; closed Sun.
  • Food served Mon–Fri 7.30am–3pm; Sat 11am–4pm
  • Email
  • Website sprigg.co.uk
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Health-conscious takeaway with pick-and-mix bowls for breakfast and lunch, including Glasgow-based produce.

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The moment you step through the door, Sprigg’s low-key, minimalist décor makes it clear that the food is the star here. This slick urban takeaway is reinventing health-conscious eating for the 21st century with its fresh, creative, pick-and-mix ingredients. Here, salad bowls take centre-stage with a show-stopping routine to dazzle every taste bud. Customers can build their own colourful and hearty bowls from a flavour cavalcade of options, such as chicken, avocado, halloumi, sweet potato, kimchi and the much-loved Heritage ‘Slaw. Other choices include soup and baked potatoes, plus morning offerings of porridge, breakfast bowls and Freedom Bakery goods. Drinks include freshly pressed juice and raw sodas, while the wallet-friendly £2 cup of artisan coffee is also worth a mention. The ever-changing, locally sourced ingredients mean that you won’t have to eat the same bowl twice. In short, you will never look at salad the same way again.

The List's rating






Deborah Bell visited Sprigg on 20 March 2019
  • High point: Great tasting, health-conscious food
  • Low point: Currently no seating
  • Notable dish: Lunch bowl
  • Average price: £6 (lunch)

We are a food takeaway found in the heart of Glasgow. We serve up fresh ingredients in the form of salads, snacks and amazing coffee.

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  • Provides: Halal options, Children's portions, Wheelchair access
  • Music on stereo: Upbeat indie and eclectic
  • Open since: 2018

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