October 4, 2014 Breakfast, Glasgow 1 Comment



In another breakfast time visit to Glasgow, I wandered through the Merchant City and soon alighted upon Tiffany’s, on Glassford Street.

Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Ha.

In what is essentially a very neat and tidy greasy spoon, I was struck that all of the tables were set for two people. Does the place do lots of breakfast dating business, I wondered? Aside from the various pictures of Audrey Hepburn around the place, it didn’t strike me as being particularly romantic.

Eggs on toast

Eggs on toast

Anyhoo, from the very reasonably priced menu, I selected scrambled eggs on toast. I added an espresso, although the least said about that the better.

The friendly counter woman was soon beating eggs into shape and toasting bread, which when combined were promptly delivered.

They were a solidly decent effort and did the job very nicely. No heather was set on fire during the process, though.



So overall, Tiffany’s is a reasonably priced and solidly reliable little breakfast place. I was glad to have visited and if I ever have the pressing need to meet someone for a breakfast date in this neighbourhood, this will be the first place that springs to mind.

Blythe scores Tiffany’s
2.5/5 for food
3/5 for presentation
3/5 for setting
3.5/5 for service
giving an overall 12/20

I ate: scrambled eggs

I drank: espresso

I wore: www.tieclub.co.uk tie

Total bill: £4.10

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Written by BKR