Friday, 15 January 2010

Cranachan, Glasgow

Cranachan is a cool, modern cafe located in Glasgow's Princes Square They serve breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea, 'coffee & modern Scottish Fayre', in a very welcoming atmosphere.
  I had a look at their website the night before and the place seemed really interesting. My decision to have late lunch there was made as soon as I saw their purple colour scheme amongst all the other restaurants.
Chicken breast filled with haggis on a bed of new potatoes, with pink peppercorn sauce was one of the dishes on their specials menu and I really enjoyed it. Juicy meat, tasty haggis and sauce full of flavour, you can't go wrong with chicken and haggis put together!
Cranachan is their signature dish, 'fresh raspberries topped with toasted oats, heather honey and whisky bound in luscious thick cream served with buttery petticoat tails'. It was what it said on the menu, creamy and delicious but just a bit too big of a portion for greedy me.
I really want to go back there, this would be an ideal place to take somebody who want's to try 'something Scottish', maybe bring Mr Lovable for afternoon tea. Or do men do afternoon tea?
homemade scones and cakes

super funky interior design

awake and chatty staff

Princes Square, Glasgow G13JN - 0141 248 6257
Cranachan on Urbanspoon

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