Lovely little cafe in the Glasgow west end. Took my mum and gran for afternoon tea which was great value at £12 per head. Far cheaper and nicer than a hotter place I have been to. I talked to one of the lovely women working...More
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With no doubt this wonderful little cafe would win softest bread ever in the world and the cakes are pretty good too! Friensly cafe with high quality food and child friendly as well, which is difficult to find sometimes.
Home baking and freshly prepared food. Had the afternoon tea, made up of lovely sandwiches, cream scones, a selection of yummy cakes and teas and coffee. Excellent value. November,2014.
we looked at the reviews and thought we couldn't leave Glasgow without visiting The owner and staff were very friendly, the home made food excellent. This set us up well for our six hour drive home.
I really do enjoy coming here, relaxed atmosphere, nice selection of home baked cakes washed down with loose leaf tea that's been allowed to brew for a few minutes. Home made soups sandwiches & salads also available. I frequently come here, could never find fault...More
Just a block from the Kelingrove Museum is this tiny (seats about 12) tea room and craft gallery. It is a lovely local café with a reasonably priced menu. All the food is homemade, homebaked -- and you will not be able to resist the...More
Nice afternoon with friends, plenty of tea with afternoon tea ! Excellent home made tomato and basil soup. Definitely worth a try and return.
I heard about this place - which is close to Kelvingrove Museum - from friends and came in for afternoon tea. What an amazing treat!! Fresh-leaf tea in china tea pots, the fluffy fresh bread for the sarnies and the softest, most delicious cakes all...More
Visited with my two best friends and enjoyed the rare chance to sit outside in September in Glasgow!! The two ladies who attended to us where so lovely and friendly and helped to recommend some teas. We were also delighted to find a student soup...More