- Telephone 0141 946 1124
- Food served Mon–Sun 9am–6pm.
- Average price £6.50 (lunch)
An authentic taste of Glasgow in the 1950s, renowned for delicious artisan ice-cream.
When you’ve got a good thing going, don’t change it. This has been the formula that has successfully taken Café D’Jaconelli through a rich history at it's Maryhill base, starting in 1924. True, the café was featured in Trainspotting, but the appealing authenticity of this affectionately regarded spot goes far beyond a cult film. In a West End filling up with hip new coffee houses, Jaconelli feels a lot cooler – a place where you can eat delicious artisan ice-cream in 1950s style booths with the songs of the era, an original jukebox machine and an illuminated fish tank setting the scene. The classic old-school café food is excellent value, featuring ever-popular breakfasts, plus local favourites such as a creamy macaroni cheese, and it’d be turning your back on history not to try a knickerbocker glory from this abiding café.
- Provides: Vegetarian options (at least ¼ main courses), Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Wheelchair access, Free wi-fi
- Music on stereo: 1940s-50s music
- Capacity: 25
- Largest group: 25
- Open since: 1924
Reviews & features
Best breakfasts and brunch in Glasgow14 May 2018
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