Bad Ass Brunch Recommendations – Part 2

Top 3 Glasgow Brunch Recommendations

Some people were born to invent life changing tech, others to create Oscar worthy movies. I’m not sure why I was put on this earth, but for now my purpose is to recommend to you some of the most bad ass brunch places in Glasgow.

For more bad ass brunch recommendations, check out Part 1 here.

Counting down this top 3, we have Hutchesons City Grill.

3. Hutchesons City Grill

 

What makes this a bad ass brunch spot?

The prosecco brunch for two is by far the best value for money on the menu. Β£50 for a bottle of Vaporetto prosecco, orange juice to make mimosas with (a theme in this blog), a basket of fresh croissants and 2 classic brunch dishes.

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Taste – 6/10

I had the Eggs Benedict (yes I am that basic) and although it was nice enough, there was a bit too much fat on my bacon and the hollandaise didn’t pack much flavour. However the freshly baked croissants and prosecco were great.

Portions – 8/10

My main was standard Eggs Benedict sized and with the croissants on the side, it was more than enough food for my friend and I.

Price – 8/10

Β£50 for two to have this much food and drink in such a lovely location is definitely value for money in my eyes.

Customer Service – 8/10

Both the waiting staff and the host were very accommodating to us. Although our reservation was for inside (which I’m sure would’ve been just as lovely), they were more than happy for us to sit outside and enjoy the sunshine and keep our drinks topped up.

Overall Feels – 7/10

2. Tribeca – Woodlands

What makes this a bad ass brunch spot?

This is one of my go-to hangover food spots. The food is good, portions are massive and it’s relatively close to home. Plus the restaurant is themed after one of my favourite cities, The Big Apple.

Taste – 8/10

I’d recommend the Brooklyn Breakfast for the best Tribeca experience. Buttermilk pancakes serviced with maple syrup, bacon, sausages, eggs (any way you like ’em) and hash browns.

Portions – 9/10

One word: MASSIVE.

Price – 7/10

Not the cheapest but given the portion sizes, you definitely get your moneys worth.

Customer Service – 7/10

Staff are always super friendly, genuinely never had an issue any time I’ve been to the Tribeca on Woodlands Park Road.

Overall Feels – 8/10

1. 10 10

What makes this a bad ass brunch spot?

10 10 has been on my brunch bucket list for a while now and it did not disappoint. I went for the mimosa tower, but I stayed for the food which was packed full of flavour.

Taste – 10/10

I had the buffalo hot chicken wings and the Huevos Rancheros. I’ve never tried Rancheros before but it was a really nice change from my usual Eggs Benedict.

Toasted tortilla, black eyed beans, smashed avocado, feta, peppers, red onion, tomato, chilli sauce and fried eggs.Β  BAD.ASS.

Portions – 9/10

Our mains were very filling, and nicely washed down with 5 glasses of mimosa from our 1.5L tower!

Price – 8/10

I’d say Β£30 for 1.5L of mimosa is pretty good, wouldn’t you?

Customer Service – 7/10

Wouldn’t say their service was particularly memorable but they weren’t rude and we were never left waiting long.

Overall Feels – 9/10

 

Where do you think I should be looking into for the next instalment of Bad Ass Brunch Recommendations? Let me know on Instagram @melsalwayshungry

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