March 18, 2017 Breakfast, Glasgow No Comments



On a crisp and clear Wednesday morning I found myself south of the river in Glasgow in need of a breakfast. I pootled along Paisley Road West and soon came across Tricia’s. It looked a likely spot.

Their all day breakfast, including a roll and tea, cost only £3.50 so that sounded too good to miss.

Cooked fresh to order by one of the friendly and talkative counter women, it was soon with me looking much as expected.

The steak slice was the highlight and the runny yolked egg was mighty fine too. I assembled a bacon and black pudding roll – of the lightly crisp variety – which was good, also.

It set me up very nicely for the day of Glaswegianing ahead.


So overall, I enjoyed my fried start to the day at Tricia’s. It kept things simple and did what they do to a good standard. I’d happily call in again for a cheap and cheerful breakfast when I’m next in the neighbourhood.

Blythe scores Tricia’s
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: breakfast

I drank: tea

I wore: pinstripes

Total bill: £3.50

Address: 209 Paisley Road West, Glasgow G51 1NE

Written by BKR