It’s safe to say that Glasgow is a bit brunch daft these days.
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 seven of our favourite brunch spots to whet your appetite.
Scran – 594 Alexandra Parade
From their poached eggs “Royalish”, to their infamous loaded fries topped with smashed burger meat, cheese, and their secret sauce there’s something to satisfy all of your foodie cravings.
Their weekend specials always cause a stir on Instagram and will have folk dragging their hungover asses out of bed at the crack of dawn to bag one of the limited specials before they sell out.
Singl-end – 15 John St & 263 Renfrew St
Singl-end was one of the original spots in the city dedicated to coffee, bakes, and brunchin’.
The specials are always worth checking out but their ‘meaty baked eggs’ with pork and fennel sausage is an I Love Glasgow brunch favourite.
Even better with a wee cocktail on the side to get your day off to a flyer.
Partick Duck Club – 27 Hyndland Street
Partick Duck Club is a buzzing all-day dining venue in the West End with a newly added outside terrace which is perfect for some al fresco brunching.
You’ll find classic brunch dishes on the menu, often with a delicious Duck Club twist – like the achingly moreish 24-hour beef shin & duck egg benedict, or their irresistible duck leg and nduja hash!
Sinclairs – 34 Sinclair Drive
The chefs at Sinclairs use only the very best ingredients, from Stornoway black pudding, to Puddledub bacon and Corrie Mains free-range eggs.
Enjoy a perfectly roasted coffee alongside a range of filled buttery brioche rolls, stacked croissants, and all of your favourite classic egg dishes.
Ocho – 8 Speirs Wharf
Ocho’s B-Y-O-B is every brunch lover’s dream.
Build your Own Brunch has been wildly popular since they added it to the menu three years ago, and they love upgrading it as the seasons change to keep it fresh for regulars and new faces alike!
Le Petit Cochon – 9 Radnor Street
The French know how to do brunch and Le Petit Cochon doesn’t disappoint.
In a city of sourdough, Le Petit Cochon’s sweet and savoury range of crêpes is a welcome change. BUT… their Croque Madame, wearing a cloak of punchy melted Gruyère, and topped with a perfect fried egg is always going to turn heads.
Bar Soba – Multiple Locations
Is there a better way to enjoy the weekend than sipping cocktails and enjoying brunch with friends?
We don’t think so and you can do just that with a Boozy Brunch at Soba! A delicious street food brunch plus four cocktails, glasses of Prosecco, or bottled beers for just £27.50pp.