Food Review: Accento, 6 Claremont Street, Finnieston, Glasgow

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Cosy Sardinian hospitality

It would be easy to insert some sardine comment on the size of this dinky cafe, but I won’t ;). Its a perfect little sized placed to watch the world go by and get to know your fellow diners. Being only opened a couple of days, the space is sparkly and fresh, however this doesn’t hinder the welcoming feeling, helped by us dashing in out of the torrential summer rain.

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Outside

The displays of cakes and sandwiches and pizzas caught our eye.  What was going to be a coffee stop turned into something bigger!

accento cafe finniston glasgow sardinian
cosy inside

A small menu, which is good to see somewhere concentrating on it’s strengths instead of trying to cover a million food styles.

accento cafe finniston glasgow sardinian
Menu

We decided on an Americano, Darjeeling tea and a green chai. Margharita pizza slices with cherry tomatoes for two of us.  A pot of mixed olives arrived whilst waiting for our order.

accento cafe finniston glasgow sardinian
Home made pizza with cherry tomatoes

Pots of tea arrived (Teapigs tea) as well as a good sized cup of coffee.(Caffe del Doge).  The pizza slices contained delicious amounts of Mozzarella and sweet cherry tomatoes on a bready base. By this point the cakes won, they were almost taunting us from the display.

accento cafe finniston glasgow sardinian
Brownie
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Apple Cake

The cakes, what can we say.  The apple cake had that delicious home made texture, perfect with a cuppa.  The brownie on the other hand was typically gooey and decadently sweet. Lovely, friendly service.  Cosy surroundings, home style lunch with plentiful tea.  £16.80 for two pizza slices, one americano, two pots of tea and three cakes.

TL;DR

+friendly

+ big pots of tea

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    Mrs Foodie aka Emma loves to snuggle with Fred and Cleo, sleep and read. Can be found with gin or a pint in hand.

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