When the Monkey Sleeps has a mighty number of panini, bagel and toastie fillings available — to be scoffed right away or taken away. A photo posted by Barnaby Maddick b. Taking it back to the old school, or the canteen at least. Bread and Butter is tasty food served up on canteen-style trays — with freshly baked pizzas to boot.
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Search WOW Inn Deep Great Western Rd Run by the folks at the William Brothers brewery, this riverside bar combines outside drinking glory with craft beer loveliness. Local coffee from Dear Green Roasters is always on the go along with a varied food menu.
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A great place to people-watch, and one of the central points of the creative community in the south of the city. If you want a drink and a catch-up, then the chilled out bar is a great place to meet folk. If you need some food then appearances from pop-up barbecue merchants Smoak will keep you happy, and if you want a dance then there are two separate rooms and a 3am licence. Moskito Bath St A trendy basement bar just round the corner from the GSA, Moskito has everything that a city centre bar needs.
Great location, good drinks deals, friendly staff to awkwardly attempt to banter with, and regular DJs and late-night food service for when a couple of drinks turns into a full-blown night out. Keeping things simple but doing them well is the script, with a short menu to keep you from spending all day trying to pick your toppings and drinks.
The food is well worth a visit, and the constant 2-for-1 deals on the food may encourage you to make a few of them. After all, everyone loves nice scran, but nobody wants to do maths. Tchai-Ovna House of Tea 42 Otago Ln Haunt of students, artists and tea lovers, Tchai-Ovna draws you in with promises of a relaxed and calming vibe and a delicious vegetarian menu.
Oh, and loads and loads of tea.
Tinderbox Ingram St Byres Rd Tinderbox are a reliable option when you need a quick pick-me-up, having been firing out cappuccinos in Glasgow for years. We know, sounds crazy, but a trip to the Monkey will open your eyes.
A great lunch option with branches either side of Kelvingrove Park. All the usual fillings are on offer, with the pulled pork a particular favourite. If you fancy your Mexican food in a different configuration, tasty tacos, enchiladas and quesadillas are also on the menu.
For those of you who feel like heading out, the Albert Drive restaurant is a simple, unpretentious place devoted to authentic Indian food, while the rest of you who want to stay in can grab a takeaway from the original branch on Old Dumbarton Road. Hanoi Bike Shop Ruthven Ln Vietnam might not immediately come to mind when you feel peckish, but the Bike Shop is here to change that.
Tucked away off Byres Rd, the dishes that fly out of the kitchen are authentic, accessible, and packed with flavour and colour.