There's nowhere like it in Glasgow, nor Scotland, nor the rest of the UK. In fact, you'd be hard pushed to find somewhere similar on the continent, despite the big lovingly homaged Euro-nod it gives with the name, the eye-catching tiled maps, and décor and music – adding up to a perfectly pitched 'je ne ken whit'. It's cool and hip, positioned on a slightly rundown but appealingly arty part of town, but it's no exclusive hipster hangout, instead it has a wide appeal to diners of all ages who regularly fill up the old bus seats and window benches ready to tuck into some quality café food coming out of the semi-open kitchen. There is a range of tasty breakfast and brunch options or loosely-themed Euro-city sandwiches such as the Madrid with chorizo, pesto and mozzarella. plus burgers and steak – there are salads too, which tend to offer the sandwich fillings without the bread and with extra greenery.
- Provides: Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Wheelchair access, Outdoor tables
- Music on stereo: classic hits
- Capacity: 36
- Largest group: 36
- Open since: 2005
- Number of wines sold by the glass: 7
- House wine: £14.95 per bottle
Reviews & features
Best breakfasts and brunch in Glasgow14 May 2018
Our top picks for a good brekky in Glasvegas
The variety of brunch places in Glasgow means there's no problem finding somewhere to eat that most important meal of the day. From creative menu's sporting avocado in almost every dish to a no frills fry-up, breakfast in Glasgow is a no brainer.
The best breakfasts in Glasgow29 Mar 2012
The best all-rounders in the west, plus a few specific breakfast-item highlights
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