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    The Coffee Pod, Woodlands Road

    The Coffee Pod was previously called Beanscene. Not much has changed other than the name. Good coffee, nice airy feel to the premises, free wifi, sandwiches and snacks. It has a bit of a feel of a large chain like Starbucks rather than a privately run cafe.

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    Tchai-Ovna House of Tea

    Hidden away down a cobbled lane and located in former early 19th century stables Tchai-Ovna should be on your essential places to see if you are a visitor to Glasgow; as it’s so unusual – and uniquely a part of the West End’s boho culture. Open since 2001 they offer a huge variety of teas […]

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    Roots & Fruits

    A long-time resident of Glasgow West End Roots & Fruits have added cafe area to their greengrocer, deli, flower shop and wholefoods offerings. Roots & Fruits outlets dominate the shop fronts of the old railway hotel building at Kelvinbridge. Their offerings are of the highest quality, whether they are selling fruit and veg, health-foods or […]

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    Cafe Surface plus

    Unusual in as much as it’s a cafe in a the Surface+ flooring showroom. Also self-consciously serving Glasgow cycle culture, “we are aware of the huge coffee and cycle culture in Scotland and we bring both of these great elements together to create a place to chill, chat, discuss, fuel up or relax over a […]

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    iCafe Internet Cafe Great Western Road

    The iCafe Internet Cafe on Great Western Road is perfect for popping in to check your email or do some work on your laptop. Good coffee and food selection, friendly service, but it does have a bit of a nondescript ‘coffee chain’ feel to it. It lacks a bit of the local character you get […]

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    The Bay Tree Cafe and Mediterranean Restaurant

    The Bay tree is no longer an exclusively vegetarian / vegan restaurant but it is still known for it’s vegetarian friendly menu. Established since the 1960s it has expanded to include Mediterranean and European dishes: “Among the mains, there’s a strong lamb presence in Persian, Turkish and Greek styles, as well as chicken – a […]

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    Avenue G Cafe Great Western Road

    One of the new breed of cafe’s aimed at the coffee connoisseur; specialists at the ‘one cup at a time’ pour over filter coffee. This is the place for ‘take your time coffee’.

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    Offshore Cafe

    My husband Jim is a regular; most mornings it’s where he sits and does his work. Take that as a recommendation. The all-around floor to ceiling glass fills the cafe with light and gives it a very open feel; the opposite of many stuffy city cafe’s. The regular clients are a mixture of students, local […]

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    Kember and Jones Cafe and Bakery Byres Road

    Another West End mainstay on Byres Road. Has a more upscale feel than many West End cafe’s. Kember and Jones is not just a cafe it includes a shop and bakery stocked with lots of delicious and attractive goodies.