- Telephone 0141 237 3490
- Opening times Mon–Fri 8am–6pm; Sat 9am–5pm; Sun 10am–4pm.
- Food served Mon–Fri 8am–6pm; Sat 9am–5pm; Sun 10am–4pm
Charing Cross coffee specialist with guest roasters and house blends plus plenty of brunches and sandwiches.
Almost hidden away on the west side of Charing Cross, Willow Grove is serious about coffee, with a regular rotation of diverse beans and a variety of ways to enjoy a good brew. The different approaches to filtration certainly bring out the different qualities of the humble bean, from the bracing shot to a smoother experience through the Chemex. With a fair range of sandwiches, tasty soup and familiar but fairly priced and well-prepared pastries, the atmosphere is ideal for a leisurely coffee break, with the seating arrangement allowing an intimate meeting or lunch, if a little cramped. The subdued décor and music, however, draw the attention to the cafe's enthusiasm for quality coffee, suggesting that it aims for a connoisseur market that appreciates heartier sandwiches and a brief sweet treat, as well as being a prime spot for an escape from the more flustered energies of the city centre.
Charing Cross coffee specialist with guest roasters and house blends, plus, plenty of brunch and lunch options. Mon-Fri this place has brunch 8-12, moving onto lunch with different guest sandwich appearences to tingle your taste buds. On weekends this quirky cafe offers all day brunch! Need a roll at 2pm, they will provide. Need smashed avo with spicy poachies, look no further! Vegan & veggie optings too! Also offers a quiet cosy spot downstairs which they call Willows Nest, featuring comfy couches, twinkle lights and bohemian decor, to get you in your zen. Check it out!
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- Provides: Vegetarian options (at least ¼ main courses), Children's high chairs, Wheelchair access, Free wi-fi
- Music on stereo: Classic and hip rock
- Capacity: 20
- Open since: 2017
- BYOB: £2–£3.50 corkage
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With a good cup of coffee comes a good barista; a combination that Glasgow has mastered. Whether you need to grab a quick coffee on-route to work or wish to spend the weekends indulging in coffee and croissants, the city has plenty to keep you occupied.