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5 Glasgow Brunches To Hit This Weekend

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 Brunch is the ultimate indulgent weekend meal. These are the best 5 brunches in Glasgow to help the hangover.

Tribeca Café

Tribeca is a little slice of New York in Glasgow, whose American style interior seamlessly reflects the tasty food on offer, including 5 egg omelettes, and The Brooklyn; a stack of pancakes lavished with butter and syrup with lots of optional extras.

102 Dumbarton Road, West End, 0141 576 0122, www.tribecacafe.com

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The Bungo Bar & Kitchen

From the people behind the Left Bank and the Two Figs, this Southside eatery offers a friendly ambience and an international twist on traditional food. Additionally, try the Spanish-style scrambed eggs with toast and chorizo.

17-21 Nithsdale Road, Pollockshields, 0141 423 0023, www.thebungo.co.uk

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Cafézique

This cosy little café is an awesome escape from the bustling neighbourhood outside and they serve of an array of Scottish meats from Puddledub in Fife, plus freshly baked bread too.

66 Hyndland St, West End, 0142 339 7180, https://www.facebook.com/Cafezique

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Stravaigin

By the same token, there’s a great buzz about Stravaigin on weekend mornings. It’s iconic and has to be experienced and the hot chocolate is top quality, and their French toast is absolutely to die for.

28 Gibson Street, 0141 334 2665 www.stravaigin.co.uk

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Epicures of Hyndland

Epicures is a stylish bistro-style café and restaurant. While their terrace is the an absolute sun trap whenever the weather is good. Their brunches, for instance their eggs Benedict and homemade brownies are infamous, and they have a wide range of wines, beers & cocktails too.

159 Hyndland Road, 0141 334 3599 www.epicuresofhyndland.co.uk  

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