Pollokshields is home to the most ethnically diverse street in the whole of Glasgow, so there was no arguing that we’d be finding some of the best Panjabi food that we’ve tasted in quite a while! And we found it at Ranjit’s Kitchen, on Pollokshaws Road. Ranjit’s Kitchen serves vegetarian cuisine – you won’t be finding any meat at this place! So how does it fare for vegan food? We decided to give it a try…
Hanoi Bike Shop is known for fresh, delicious Vienamese cuisine in the Hillhead area of Glasgow – but how do their vegan options fare? We paid them a visit while holidaying in Glasgow, and I thought it would be a good idea to share what we ate and how we found their food to fare!
One of the things that I was really looking forward to on our trip to Scotland, was to try some delicious breakfast food! Having breakfast out is a treat we usually keep to holidays and special occasions, so what better way to enjoy something delicious than on holiday in Glasgow. I’d read a lot about Rose and Grants and how vegan friendly they are, so had to make sure they were on our to visit list.
When someone who is unaware of what the place serves hears the words Bread Meats Bread, they don’t automatically think vegan friendly eaterie. However, this city centre based restaurant is a joy for omnivores and vegans alike!
In anticipation of our honeymoon to Glasgow and Edinburgh, I made a list of all of the places I wanted to visit, and eat at! Bread Meats Bread was one of my priorities, and we made sure to pay it a visit on our first night in the city.