Scoff

On another Monday morning dash to the office, I stopped at Scoff for a quick breakfast roll, to keep things ticking over until lunchtime.

Exterior

Exterior

Scoff is right next door to Coffee Mavi, and together they form a nice little one-two combo of simple breakfast and lunchtime options.

I was in a haggis mood, and was delighted to see that tattie scones were an option, too, so went for a combination of the two, topped with some brown sauce, in a fresh morning roll.

Roll

Roll

The place has room for half a dozen or more to linger, but I needed to eat and run, so once the friendly but tearful (she’d been chopping onions!) counter woman had swiftly prepared things, I was on my way.

The roll proved to be tasty, with the tattie scone particularly good, with a lovely crisped exterior and soft middle. The haggis was good, although not the pepperiest I’ve tasted. The combined filling was very generous, making for a satisfyingly sating eat.

So overall, Scoff did a good job in providing me with a hearty and filling breakfast roll. I’d happily go back again, and would point you in their direction, next time you’re feeling the need.

Scores
Blythe scores Scoff
3.5/5 for food
3/5 for presentation
3/5 for setting
3.5/5 for service
giving an overall 13/20

I ate: haggis and potato scone roll

I wore: brown brogues

Total bill: £1.70

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