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“That fruity roast's just perfect”

coffee chocolate and tea
Ranked #11 of 47 Dessert in Glasgow
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Reviewed 11 April 2014

If walking you have to pass several coffee joints to get to it, so you may well be coffee'd out by the time you reach it :/ However, resist for the day and make your way to CC&T. If you love coffee then I'd give it a go. It's small and can be cold in the winter, but the macchiato has a rich fruity tone which gives your taste buds a well deserved service. Let's not forget the tea and chocolate. I'm no tea lover, but her indoors swears by their selection. So go on, spend that £2 on something worthwhile :)

Visited Jan 2014

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Reviewed 27 March 2014

Ask for a filter coffee and watch the beans being ground and put into you own little filter whilst a boiling kettle is lovingly poured to release that gorgeous fresh coffee smell.

Unbeatable. And really too cheap.

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Thank mnd1965
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Reviewed 19 March 2014

I love this place. Live locally and visit a couple of times a week. Wonderful coffee, great staff, homely atmosphere, unpretentiously brilliant. Great cakes, gorgeous chocolates, wonderful and reasonably priced bags of beans/ground coffee to take home. The seating is mainly stools around the edge of the cafe, and at some times of day it can get busy, but it really is a gem of a place.

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Thank clairemfw
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Reviewed 24 October 2013

Lovely little place for a great coffee. We visited after a trip to Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery to sample their famous Cranston Hill blend of coffee with some delicious frangepane tarts.
Also purchased some of their utterly delicious handmade salted caramel chocolates to take away with some coffee beans also. It's a nice place with its fire engine red Samiac roaster. I just wish it was a bit bigger with some tables and I'm not so keen on perching on bar stools but I can't fault the friendly service or the produce.

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Thank ruthmedia
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Reviewed 26 September 2013

Excellent wee cafe, worth going off the beaten track of the west end to get to. Each coffee made with care and attention.

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1  Thank smw148
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