Burger heaven at Bread Meats Bread
Bread Meats Bread has been open for a good couple of years now, so it was time for another visit to see what’s new and what’s changed. We nipped in early enough at lunchtime to grab some seats.
Beers as well as soft drinks, milk shakes and wine are available. A couple of soft drinks were ordered and we were ready to go.
The Wolf of St Vincent (£10) – American cheese, bacon, pulled pork in a BBQ sauce with crispy fried onions and ‘Nduja mayo. Not one to order if you don’t like a messy burger. Piles of flavour and meat. Delicious. The Colonel was suitably impressed.
The Luther: Available as a single or double (£8) If you are going to order a glazed ring doughnut burger well you may as well go double! Thin patties of beef with American cheese, candied bacon, spicy beefy mayo and crispy onions inside that glazed ring doughnut. Crispy sweet bacon, moist beef patties and the sweet doughnut. This is amazing. Crunchy but soft with sweet and savory. Every taste box ticked!
Our impressive lunch. Bacon chips (£4) as well as “normal” fries (£2.50) . Seriously, one portion of chips would happily serve two folks – even greedy ones!
Mrs Foodie spied some doughnuts, supplied by Bostock Bakery. These had to be bought. Filled to the brim with zingy lemon curd sauce and covered in cinnamon sugar…..mmm. At £1.90 each, well worth it.
We prised ourselves from the table and left. This is a meal that would keep you going for a week. WOW, we were glad we’d visited again. There’s been so much improvement – the buns are delicious, the meat perfect and service quick! Could this now be home to Glasgow’s finest burger(s)?
Visit their website here: breadmeatsbread.com
+ possibly the best burgers in Glasgow!
+ bacon chips are amazing!
+ the doughnuts are fantastic!
+ a big filling feed!
– it’s always busy 🙁