Having worked up in Glasgow for a while, I was already acquainted with the West End and used to eat out there mainly of an evening in the array of restaurants surrounding the local University.
I was flying home early afternoon so opted to take a Sunday stroll from the City Centre to the West End to find somewhere to have breakfast, I had never been here before so opted to give the place a try. The Cafe moonlights as a book store which is a novel idea, there were plenty of locals inside on both the ground floor and first floor and newspapers were available aside from the array of books on offer.
The owner and chef was lovely and took my order for a cooked (Scottish) breakfast promptly, the breakfast itself was somewhat underwhelming, no beans, no tomato, no hash browns, black pudding etc simply fried egg, sausage square, potato scone and a couple of rashers of bacon.
Tomato ketchup was in the form of plastic sachets which was disappointing as you can't beat a bottle of Heinz with breakfast.
I'll have to give this place a try for lunch or dinner having seen some of the promising reviews on here, however I'll give breakfast a miss.
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