Papercup – SADLY NOW CLOSED

On another early morning trip to the Glasgow Royal Infirmary, I was in need of a breakfast feed. I’d spotted the arrival of Papercup, on the High Street, a few months back so stopped in to give it a go.

Counter

Counter

I’ve had their coffee in a couple of places in Glasgow and Edinburgh – I remember it being a highlight of my visit to Salt Cafe – and been generally impressed. I sampled a very good Brazilian espresso on today’s visit.

Their breakfast selection offered lots of tempting choices. I eventually settled upon poached eggs on toast with smoked salmon, spinach and wasabi peas.

Egg, salmon, wasabi, toast

Egg, salmon, wasabi, toast

This was cooked to order and arrived promptly. The smoked salmon looked a little peely-wally but the wasabi peas brought good brightness. The egg yolks were tangerine bright, too, but could have used just a little more ooze.

Good sourdough toast underpinned things making for satisfyingly fresh and filling mouthfuls, with good crunch from the crushed wasabi peas. I enjoyed it muchly.

So overall, Papercup is very smart and welcoming cafe. I enjoyed the quality of what I ate and drank so would recommend it to you. I’ll certainly be back next time I’m in the neighbourhood.

Scores
Blythe scores Papercup
4/5 for food
4/5 for presentation
4/5 for setting
4/5 for service
giving an overall 16/20

I ate: poached eggs on sourdough with smoked salmon, spinach and wasabi peas

I drank: espresso, water

I wore: linen

Total bill: £8.50

Address: 274 High Street, Glasgow, G4 0QT

Written by BKR