This review is taken from the 2014 edition.
Soon to celebrate ten years, but feeling every bit like a much more venerable Glasgow café, Trans-Europe café offers an appealingly quirky, Euro-tinged vibe, with a heavy travel theme (bus seats, map décor, sandwiches named after continental cities) and a good line in sustenance. On offer from the semi-open kitchen are breakfast and brunch options and lunches, mainly sandwich-based options including burgers and steak, although there are salads too, which tend to offer the sandwich fillings without the bread and with extra greenery.
- High point: Unique stylings
- Low point: Getting a bit scraggy at the edges
- 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
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