September 22, 2015 Coffee shop, Glasgow, Sandwich No Comments



On the usual dash from Queen Street station to my Glasgow meeting destination, it was good to spot a fresh looking place with a smart bike parked outside advertising its existence. Seb & Mili – artisan bakers, cafe and deli sounded like a good fit for our needs so we popped in to give it a go.

I was joined by regular guest quester Tim although on this occasion he had already eaten so didn’t join in the lunching fun.



As we approached the threshold, details of their range of hot sandwiches were proclaimed on chalkboards. This sounded very promising so once inside I ordered the cheese steak sandwich and an Artisan Roast espresso.

The coffee arrived in time for me to sip it while I waited for the sandwich to be freshly prepared. It was poured to a very pleasing standard.



Once the roll arrived, delivered by one of the battalion of very friendly counter staff, I proceeded along the road, eating while I walked.

It proved a heartily tasty feed with deliciously meaty beef in a lovely fresh roll, nicely melted cheese and some good texture from mushrooms. It wasn’t quite to the standard of the excellent cheese steak from Roast, but it was still highly enjoyable stuff.

So overall, it was great to discover Seb & Mili’s on what turned out to be their third day of trading. I was mightily charmed by their smart cafe space and the quality of the fare on offer. I look forward to many future visits and would recommended you give it a try, too.

Blythe scores Seb & Mili
4/5 for food
4/5 for presentation
4/5 for setting
4/5 for service
giving an overall 16/20

I ate: cheese steak sandwich

I drank: espresso

I wore: action footwear

Total bill: £8.55

192 St Vincent Street, Glasgow

Written by BKR