Quirky cafe with a tasty range of sandwiches and cakes.
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Wheelchair
Easy to access and get around the café with a wheelchair. Great laid back atmosphere. Food is delicious and the coffee is even better.
Transport & Parking
The venue is at Partick Cross, right next door to Kelvinhall Underground Station, Partick Train Station and plenty of buses go along Dumbarton Road. I drove and parked in a disabled space on Mansfield Street. The venue is close by. The pavements are okay to get along in a wheelchair without any assistance.
Level access at the entrance makes getting in easy. The door was wide enough for my chair.
Easy Accessible in a wheelchair and clean.
The staff were very helpful with a lovely laidback attitude. Cannot fault them. Didn't feel rushed in any way.
Anything else you wish to tell us?
Friends had The Scottish Croque, it looked fantastic. I had a Healthy New Yorker sandwich. The cakes were all delicious. I will have to come back because I just wanted to try everything on the menu! The table we sat at was a long bench style which meant I could easily get my knees under and sit properly at the table, a bonus. The furniture was set out in such a way that I could get around easily and there was a ramp to the till area. Highly recommended for a lazy brunch/lunch with friends.