August 31, 2013 Breakfast, Closed, Glasgow No Comments

Once more, I found myself in Glasgow in need of a breakfast, once more. This time I stopped at Peckish, on West Nile Street.



A simple little place, offering keenly priced breakfast options, I had my heart set on a black pudding roll, but alas the chap in front of me in the queue snaffled the last slice.

I had to make do with some lorne sausage, instead, which was no bad thing, as it had been a while since I’d indulged in this porky slice of goodness.



Once slipped in to a fresh morning roll and topped with brown sauce, at my request, I was on my way, with a spring in my step.

The morning roll was lovely and the filling solidly good. Observers would have noticed a contented look on my face, if they’d cared to look closely enough.

So overall, Peckish did a perfectly good job at addressing morning hunger. No frills, no fuss, and a welcoming smile were their keys to success. A £1 a pop, the cheapness is attractive, too. I’d be happy to visit again, next time I’m needing a quick breakfast bite on the go.

Blythe scores Peckish
3/5 for food
3/5 for presentation
3/5 for setting
3.5/5 for service
giving an overall 12.5/20

Today’s quester was: Blythe

I ate: lorne sausage roll

I drank: nowt

I wore: pink shirt

Total bill: £1

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Written by BKR