I'll start with the good stuff - pleasant and cozy cafe, with moody music. Provided a great atmosphere for a rainy day. The service was pretty poor, however. Not once was a smile cracked by the solo server/barista towards anyone. Other staff seemed somewhat friendlier, but unfortunately did not have as much interaction with the customers. Upon requesting an extra shot for my latte (personal preference, I find European coffee to be on the weaker side in general), I received a stony look, and an equally stony reply that they do not give extra shots. Fair enough, but that's a world-first for me. Lo and behold, the coffee was too weak. Next time I'll order a short black to pour into my latte to circumvent the pretentious coffee-wizards.
Coffee: Great tasting drinks. Sampled a Flat White, and a Rwandan V60. Both didn't fail to please. Broad variety of pour-over and espresso based drinks. Aeropress available too! Staff: Very unfriendly at the time of visit. Might have been a bad time of life for the man, but please, ignoring customers is not good for repeat custom. Even after trying to start some form of rudimentary conversation, I was shutdown. The lady behind the counter was the complete opposite. Service with a smile! I just pray I walked in at the wrong moment. Atmosphere: Cool atmosphere! A little piece of idyllic coffee heaven in Glasgow. A little on the industrial grunge, with a bit of home-made hipster-ness. Food: Looked amazing! No chance to sample anything, but plenty of unusual and exciting hot and cold food. Nice looking sweet treats to. Slightly more expensive.
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