Honeycomb Tearoom February/March seems a popular time of year for cafes to open. In 2016 we had a little outcropping including Zest & Co and Strumpets, both of which happily celebrated their first anniversary and continue to thrive.Exterior This year I had a little spate of a new cafe followers with Twitter profiles mentioning “opening …

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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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Veloce Haymarket is becoming a hot-bed of new cafes with the recent arrival of Nomad – give it a while, it has opened very shakily – some additonal coffee options in Haymarket station, and newly arrived Veloce.Interior detail Veloce means quick as far as my bad Italian can tell, with the emphasis on quickly prepared …

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Cafe 100 With ice still running through my veins despite a stop at Foodstory, my Aberdonian adventure could not continue without the immediate ingestion of a fried breakfast. Accordingly, I proceeded directly to Cafe 100 on Holburn Street.Exterior A simple cafe set up, they seem to specialise in all-day breakfasts and various other hearty items. …

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GF

GF Exterior While those who pursue a gluten free diet, either by necessity or preference, are increasingly well catered for across mainstream catering businesses, it came as no surprise to see the arrival of a dedicated gluten free cafe. Called GF, it opened just a few weeks back on Dalry Road. With visiting guest quester …

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