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Best Place for Brunch in Glasgow

January 29, 2015

Continuing our Breakfast Week theme, we’ve picked out the best morning haunts in Glasgow. It was a tricky one, but we think you Glaswegians will be satisfied with the eateries we’ve chosen to cure your morning after blues and set you up right.

The Scullery, 10 Claremont Street, Glasgow ( just off the Finnieston Strip) 

The word breakfast literally comes from the fact you’re breaking the fast of not eating overnight. One of our favourite West End haunts to fill up on in is at relative new comer The Scullery. Just off the Finneston Strip, there all day brunches hit the spot in every which way you would hope they would. Eggs Benedict not fancy for you? Try their Eggs Hebridean (stornoway black pudding with our hollandaise? Yes please.)

Hutchesons, Ingram Street, Glasgow 

If you’re after something a little bit fancier head to Hutchesonson Ingram street for some Eggs Benedict and a glass of fizz. Probably not the place for a hoodie and hangover, but if you’re looking to impress (or just treat yourself) put on your Sunday best and indulge.

Papercup, Great Western Road, Glasgow 

West Enders will probably know all about Papercup Coffee Company(who we also previously mentioned in our Best Glasgow Coffee Houses post) but for those who haven’t tried it yet - do! Anything with chorizo is fine by us and the baked eggs with those spicy little morsels are to die for. The brioche french toast? It's going to pretty much change your life. 

Trans Europe Cafe, Parnie Street, Glasgow 

Want to pretend you’re on an old bus and eat great ciabatta? Well, look no further than Trans Europe Cafe on Parnie street. Inexpensive and with a real atmosphere, as well as quirky interior design - we hear the chef even sings from time to time. The omelettes are our pick from this wee gem.  Just any egg dish they do here is on top form.

Tapa,  Pollokshaws Rd, Strathbungo, Glasgow

Looking for something a little bit more South? Organic cafe Tapa has got to be our pick with their extensive breakfast and brunch menu to suit all tastes. With vegan and vegetarian options sitting quite heartily next to locally sourced sausages means they really have something for everyone. Their bread is all homemade from a gorgeous wee baker from town so you know it’s going to be good. Don’t leave without trying their Macha Green Tea Latte.

So don’t bother getting your own pots and pans dirty, eat out for your brekkie. It’s the most important meal of the day after all.

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