The Steamie I had time for a little cafe relax and contemplate so stopped in at Glasgow’s The Steamie on Argyle Street.Exterior sign I noticed a sticker on their window proclaiming that the Scotland Coffee Lovers recommended it so expectations were set high. The welcome was incredibly warm from the two baristas who were working …

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Tricia’s ExteriorOn 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 …

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Ox & Finch I’d heard lots of good things about Ox & Finch on Glasgow’s iconic Sauchiehall Street but never found the occasion to visit. Although it’s a sharing plates place, I popped in for a solo visit but brought a considerable appetite so thought I might be able to do it justice.Exterior As I …

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The Clock Tower “Save the Clock Tower, save the Clock Tower.” I was transported back to the Hill Valley 1985 future when I stumbled upon the Clock Tower cafe on a recent visit to Glasgow Royal Infirmary.Exterior I was in for a very quick flyby visit with work colleague and Dr Noodles devotee Pauline. She …

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Number 16 I’m still getting to grips with places beyond Glasgow’s city centre so when I had time to spare and an evening in the city I thought a trip to the West End might be a good plan. I booked dinner at Number 16 on Byres Road and boarded the underground.Exterior I disembarked at …

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