Wild Flours

Wild Flours
526 Kilmarnock Road, Glasgow, G43 2BL
  • Telephone 0141 811 0441
  • Food served Wed/Thu 10.30am–4.30pm; Fri–Sun 10am–5pm.
  • Email
  • Website wildflours.co.uk
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A compact, family-run bakery and café on the Soutside, serving beautiful gluten-free home-baking, with beignets a speciality.

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Anyone with a gluten intolerance is still giddy with excitement about this place – yes, you really can eat anything on the menu! In fact it is great news for most restricted diets – there are vegan bread and cake options too. On the menu are toasties, soup, possibly a quiche, cakes and cookies, so it really is more a coffee and cake place than somewhere for a lingering, indulgent lunch. The limited menu and eating space, though beautifully decked out, reflects the fact that this is primarily a bakery kept busy with orders and deliveries. There is talk of expansion, though, so things may soon change. However, it has developed a growing number of devotees to its delicious beignets – small Lousiana style doughnuts – which can be served savoury, with bacon, or sweet with sticky sauces. Sundays are given over entirely for beignet worship. Praise be.

The List's rating
7

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Andrea Pearson visited Wild Flours on 23 March 2018
  • High point: Magnificent beignets
  • Low point: Underwhelming quiche
  • Notable dish: Soup and toast
  • Average price: £8.50 (lunch)
  • Provides: Vegetarian options (at least ¼ main courses), Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Wheelchair access, Outdoor tables
  • Music on stereo: Sixties and easy indie
  • Capacity: 8 (12 outdoors)
  • Open since: 2017

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