I have been spending more and more time in Glasgow recently because my brother Adam and his beautiful wife Sami have recently had a beautiful baby boy. He is my very first nephew and I may be biased, but I think he is the most beautiful baby in the world. Hence my frequent trips to Glasgow.
Delizique and its sister restaurant Cafezique, are a two minute walk from my brother’s flat so I have spent a lot of time in them over the last couple of weeks. I love them both. The food is great and the staff are very friendly and helpful. What more could you want?
Cafezique has a lovely feel to it. With stone walls and reclaimed wood, a mezzanine looks down onto the bar which is usually populated with locals relaxing with their friends and the weekend papers. On any given weekend you’ll probably see at least one of my brothers there!
I love that after uncovering the original Hargan’s Dairy sign, the owners decided to keep it and put their Cafezique sign round the side.
Both Cafezique and Delizique boast using quality produce sourced from local suppliers and this, along with the atmosphere, is what brings the crowds in. Everytime I go, its busy but the staff are always really friendly and always seem to be in a good mood. Especially the girls working in Delizique.
My mum and I popped into Cafezique for brunch last weekend and it was absolutely delicious. My mum opted for the h.l.t – grilled haloumi with seasonal leaves, tomato and mayo on organic bread which was made in Delizique’s bakery next door.
This tasted amazing. It was simple but it tasted so fresh and light. I kind of wish I’d ordered it as my mum would only allow me one bite of hers!
I ordered eggs benedict. My staple favourite breakfast at the weekends. I adore eggs benedict and I especially love hollandaise sauce so I asked for extra.
This was beautifully rich and delicious. Everything eggs benedict should be.
I always enjoy eating here. If you’re ever in Glasgow, please go along. Both Delizique and Cafezique are just lovely.