Originally opened as Delizique before becoming a café-bar in 2008 (the deli can now be found two doors up Hyndland Street), Cafezique is one of the few eateries in Glasgow that does breakfast, lunch, dinner, casual drinks and cake to a consistently high standard. Cafezique’s full breakfasts – with phonebook-thick toast slices, Aberfoyle Butcher sausages and Puddledub bacon – are among the best in Glasgow, and they do a mean eggs Benedict, too.
Lovers of traditional foods should consider filling up their tummies at these spots for breakfast in Glasgow during the early hours of the day.
Why? Come lunch and dinnertime, the city's restaurants tend to whip up dishes that might not strike your culinary fancy (although we do urge your taste buds to reconsider). From haggis – a savoury pudding made of sheep's or calf's offal, onion, suet, salt, oatmeal and spices cooked in a bag – to cullen skink, a thick soup made of onions, potatoes and smoked haddock, Glasgow's gastronomical scene tends to turn towards the eccentrically particular as the hours in the day roll by.
So, back to breakfast: from coffee shops to BYOB destinations, these venues serve the pancakes, French toasts, eggs any-style and, yes, the full English that cater to simpler, more traditional breakfast cravings.