For those of you who like to ease into the day slowly, a good brunch is the perfect place to start. In Glasgow, you'll find an amazing range of eateries that offer the magical late morning meal - so grab your friends or family, check out one of the places below and enjoy!
Browns is situated in the heart of the city and overlooks George Square, making it the ideal place for relaxing over brunch and people watching. Specialities include a luxurious lobster benedict alongside firm favourites like a traditional breakfast, bubble and squeak, and buttermilk pancakes.
Home to "Glasgow's best breakfast", you'll find the cosy little Cafezique (and Delizique next door) in the city's West End. Aside from the all day breakfasts, Cafezique also offer great veggie options and a full menu for those with allergies too.
With a few locations dotted around Glasgow, TriBeCa brings the influence of the American neighbourhood to its food, service, and of course its looks - you won't miss the NYPD cruiser or striking yellow taxi cab parked outside! Their brunch menu is served Monday-Sunday from 8am to 5pm - don't forget to order a stack of their popular pancakes.
This one is a proper treat - Hotel Du Vin is a beautiful 5 star boutique hotel located in a tree-lined Victorian terrace. Their Sunday Brunch is a four course culinary treat, including a lavish table of seafood, crustacean and their signature roasts. Perfect for that special occasion!
Brunch lovers in the south side of Glasgow are well served by The Bungo Bar & Kitchen on Nithsdale Road. Enjoy their extensive brunch menu every day from 10:30am to 4pm, with house specials like the Bungo Breakfast and the Bungo Bloody Mary.
Spending a day in Glasgow city centre? Fuel up at Cafe Gandolfi in the Merchant City, an established venue situated in the city's old cheesemarket with a relaxed atmosphere and quality food. Their Stornoway black pudding is legendary - try it yourself!
The Hyndland Cafe can be found on Clarence Drive in the West End, but why come here? Well, there's an all day breakfast on the menu for starters so you won't have to worry about getting there too late, and on the weekends they even deliver it straight to your door if you live in the surrounding area! With a focus on high quality, freshly prepared food, this is a must-visit for dedicated brunchers.
Open since 2005, the Trans-Europe Cafe has gathered a loyal crowd of regulars in the city, serving fantastic gourmet sandwiches, continental style coffee, and the best eggs benedict in town! With its distinctive interior featuring recycled bus seats at the tables, it's the perfect informal setting for a catch up over brunch.
Stravaigin is another place with a famously good brunch with a twist - their full weekend brunch menu has everything from a classic Scots breakfast to Nasi Goreng! Have a lie in, stop off for brunch, and take a stroll around the West End afterwards.
As one of Glasgow's most famous and well-loved restaurants, the Chip's critically acclaimed cuisine also stretches to brunch too. Take a look at their weekend brunch menu for everything from platters, pieces, and (black) pudding!