Best Places for Brunch in Glasgow

best brunch glasgow

We are big fans of brunch or a late breakfast at any time (OK we are lazy!) and are always looking to find some of the best places in a Glasgow for brunch.

So here’s a list of some places to go when you just don’t fancy that bowl of cornflakes.

The breakfast menu is huge and contain favourites such as pancakes, eggs benedict and their famous five egg omelettes. Book a space as it gets busy fast.

Tribeca102 Dumbarton Road, G11 6NX and  TriBeCa Cafe Bar1 Fenwick Road, Glasgow, G46 6AU

Open from 8am.

Bell and Felix

Delicious full breakfast as well as eggs benedict here or a full roast. Keep space for their cake selection 🙂

Bell & Felix248 Kilmarnock Road, Glasgow, G43 1TT

Stravaigin runs with a different take on breakfast and brunch. Here you can try spicy Indonesian nasi goreng or devilled kidneys. There are full Scottish and vegetarian options available.

Stravaigin28 Gibson Street, Glasgow, G12 8NX

The Salisbury

The Salisbury Stack is well worth visiting here for.  Great prices for freshly made food.

The Salisbury Bar 72 Nithsdale Road, Glasgow, G41 2AN

Gusto & Relish
Gusto & Relish have home-made gourmet sausages and black pudding from rare breed piggies to liven up their Sunday brunch offerings.

730 Pollokshaws Road, Glasgow G41 2AAGusto & Relish

Coia’s Cafe
The East end institution of Coia’s Cafe has been on-the-go since 1928. With all the favourites on offer such as Stornoway black pudding and a breakfast croissant.

Coia473 Duke Street, Glasgow East End G31 1RD

Hotel du Vin
Looking for something a bit different? Head over to Hotel du Vin. They have a four course brunch menu for £24.95 which includes soup of the day, then unlimited visits to their ‘French Market’ table with delights such as fresh seafood, charcuterie and pâtés before your main course arrives. Whether it be a roast, steak, burger, salmon, haddock or vegetarian ravioli, they’re all delicious! If you still have some space left, then a choice of pudding is available too.

Hotel Du Vin Devonshire Gardens, Glasgow G12 0UX

This cosy little café offers up an impressive choice of breakfasts such as French toast as Puddledub bacon from Fife.

Cafe Zique, 66 Hyndland St, G11 5PT Open from 9am.

Café Gandolfi
Where Mrs Foodie first tried Stornaway black pudding. You can get everything here whether it’s porridge or a traditional cooked breakfast. Just make sure it has that black pudding on it.

Cafe Gandolfi 64 Albion Street, Glasgow, G1 1NY


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I am Emma and with my husband Mark write Foodie Explorers, which is a food and travel website.

I am a member of the Guild of Food Writers and British Guild of Travel Writers.

We have a wide range of judging experience covering products, hotels and have judged, for example, for Great Taste Awards and Scottish Baker of the Year.

Along the way Mark gained WSET Level 2 in Wine and I have WSET Level 2 in Spirits as well as picking up an award with The Scotsman Food and Drink Awards.    

Usually I can be found sleeping beside a cat.

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  1. Sjurdur Hammer

    I would recommend Montgomery’s brunch too but I am a regular, so perhaps a bit biased. Also Pano Vino on Argyle Street does a fantastic Sunday brunch menu!

    1. Emma Mykytyn

      Will have to force myself to check these ;). Thanks 🙂

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