Review: The Brunch Club – Glasgow

Nestled in a quiet corner of Glasgow’s West End lies The Brunch Club: a chic bar-cum-restaurant dedicated to the increasingly celebrated all-day breakfast meal known as ‘brunch’.

When we visited for a lazy mid-afternoon weekend breakfast, the place was bustling.

As we were nursing a hangover, we started with a couple of light and slightly spiced Bloody Marys as we prepared to tackle choosing from their expansive menu. My partner went for the Eggs Royale on sourdough while I plumped for the Nutella waffles with fresh fruit, as I am a child at heart.

Our food was served quickly with presentation worthy of Instagram. The Eggs Royale was complemented by a beetroot hollandaise which was a welcome twist on the classic and absolutely delicious.

Several of the dishes on the menu feature a similar ‘Brunch Club quirk’ that adds to their appeal. The waffles were slightly stodgy, but not over-sweet, and had generous helpings of the toppings.

Overall, The Brunch Club’s lovely, relaxed atmosphere and attention to detail makes for a perfect weekend treat that doesn’t break the bank. 

67 Old Dumbarton Road, Glasgow

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