Glasgow’s Best Brunch Dishes

The 158 Club Lounge

Over the last few years Glasgow has gone brunch daft. We’ve seen the launch of boozy brunches, bottomless brunches, and even all day brunches! Competition is fierce and standards are high; whether you go super healthy or mega indulgent, Glasgow has a wealth of amazing brunch options.

It was a hunger-inducing task but we’ve chosen a few tasty dishes to whet your appetite.

Here’s 5 of Glasgow’s best brunch dishes:

McPhabbs – 23 Sandyford Place
McPhabbs Brunch
McPhabbs – Buttermilk waffle with fried chicken, hot sauce, maple syrup & fried egg

Home to Glasgow’s original bottomless brunch. McPhabbs came up with a novel way of tapping into this global trend by switching the bevy with small plates – keeping both your tastebuds and the licensing board happy. Dishes such as their fried chicken and buttermilk waffles with maple syrup and hot sauce are… well, bloody McPhabbulous!

Hutchesons City Grill – 158 Ingram Street
Hutchesons Brunch
Hutchesons City Grill – Avocado with poached egg on toasted sourdough

Bubbles & Brunch at Hutchesons has become one of Glasgow’s must-do foodie experiences. Who can resist starting their day with a bottle of fizz, good company and fabulous food; all set within one of the Scotland’s most iconic dining spaces. Their hugely popular avocado & poached egg on toast looks almost too good to eat… almost!

Tibo Bistro – 443 Duke Street
Tibo Bistro
Tibo Bistro – Eggs Stornoway

For over a decade Tibo has fed hungry Dennistoun natives, and often draws visitors from across the city into this Duke Street favourite. Expect classic brunch dishes (like this perfect eggs Stornoway), served with a side of east end charm… and a kick-ass bloody Mary if you know what’s good for you.

Kelvingrove Café – 1161 Argyle Street
Kelvingrove Cafe Brunch
Kelvingrove Café – French toast with banana & bacon

The west end has near endless options when it comes to brunch, but the Kelvingrove Café is a definite stand-out. With mouthwatering dishes such as their brioche French toast, with banana, crème fraîche and bacon, it’s easy to see why it’s a favourite weekend hangout for the west end brunch crew.

Pot Luck – 38 Nithsdale Road
Pot Luck Lemon Hotcakes
Pot Luck – lemon hotcakes, swiss meringue, blueberries & mascarpone

Since opening last year, Pot Luck has become known for creating some of the most instagrammable dishes Glasgow has ever seen. All of their dishes are generous, mouthwateringly beautiful and creative in equal measure. Pot Luck is a very, VERY, popular brunch joint and deservedly so. Just don’t be surprised if there’s a queue for hot cakes!