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Traditional Scottish Breakfast

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Traditional Scottish Breakfast

Can anyone recommend a place in the West End for a traditional scottish breakfast, reasonably priced, for a Saturday morning? Couldn't find much using the trip advisor search but there must be loads out there!

A cooked breakfast with haggis, nothing expensive just traditional and well cooked using fresh ingredients.

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1. Re: Traditional Scottish Breakfast

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Easily dug out ?

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2. Re: Traditional Scottish Breakfast

There is a Cafe on Dumbarton Road called 2Go. Number 397 I think, and its very close to Partick Subway station. Come out station, turn left toward Dumbarton Rd, then right onto Dumbarton Road. Its a 1 min walk from station. Always found it good, no frills, cheap and decent quality. An old school type place

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Have a look at Stravaigin - their weekend brunch is absolutely stunning.http://www.stravaigin.co.uk/weekend-brunch.php

Cafezique does a brilliant breakfast too - delizique.com/cafe/menu#breakfast-and-lunch

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A vote for the Left Bank or Stravaigin both on Gibson Street. Cafezique does a lovely breakfast but I don't think they do the full Scottish. The Richmond Bar and Grill is one of my newer discoveries and around the corner from Stravaigin. Lovely brunch! http://therichmondglasgow.com/

Perhaps I've led a sheltered life but I've never seen haggis on a breakfast menu before.

Edited: 29 July 2014, 20:01
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5. Re: Traditional Scottish Breakfast

I was thinking that about haggis too - but then noticed Cafeazique offers it as one of the extras!

It's definitely not a standard item - black pudding is much more popular amongst meat eaters anyhow.

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6. Re: Traditional Scottish Breakfast

That said, the The Richmond Bar & Bistro brunch menu does mention haggis bon bons whatever they are, but then I only really scan the vegetarian options lol.

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7. Re: Traditional Scottish Breakfast

The Cafezique breakfast was very good the one time I had it (admittedly 3 years ago), but at £11/£12 then, I wouldn't classify it as 'reasonably priced'.

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I would agree that Haggis is not the norm on a traditional Scottish Breakfast, the staple items being Sausage, Bacon, Egg, Black Pudding and Potato Scone with supplements of Baked Beans, Fried Mushrooms and Tomatoes.

Damn, shouldn't have mentioned that now, where can I get that lot now at this time of night!!!!

Edited: 29 July 2014, 20:30
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9. Re: Traditional Scottish Breakfast

Traditional Scottish breakfast is surely a plate of porridge.

A damn fine way to start the day.

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10. Re: Traditional Scottish Breakfast

Porridge is all well and good William (with honey no salt), but its good to get the full monty now and again.

Too late for you now Madscot, but Hyndland Cafe (open til 9pm) do breakfast all day long, and until 10am its a bargain price. Yum! http://www.thehyndlandcafe.com/#!menu/cu5n

Hyndland Cafe's all day breakfast is £6.96 and would you believe it, optional haggis for an extra 60p!