Cafe Ocho, Spiers Wharf, Glasgow – June 2011


Ventured north to Spiers Wharf at lunch time today to Cafe Ocho.

  • Two glasses of Cava
  • Unlimited Tea or Coffee
  • Scone & Jam
  • Selection of Sandwiches

£30 for 2

Scones were fruity, pastries were very danish like and the tea was good too.  Excellent service in what appears to be  the hub of the community.  Mix of afternoon tea-ers, work lunches and people nipping in for a sandwich.

One to remember for when in the area.



5 Responses to “Cafe Ocho, Spiers Wharf, Glasgow – June 2011”

  1. james dempsey Says:

    bought a living social voucher for afternoon tea with a glass of cava, went today 21/10/11, with my mother was greated, by a lovely friendly woman named eleanor, who took care of us with excllent service throughout, the food was amazing , sandwhiches so soft, the scones, and cake (all home baked were fantastic), eleanor also made sure my vegetarian needs were catered to, great place to go i will return,mum loves it, see you soon eleanor.:)

  2. H McLachlan Says:

    Bought this as a treat for my mother. Expected table cloths, china and home baking. Got dry Mr Kipling slices and not even offered a refill pot of tea. After eating sandwiches my mother and I were both ill. Phoned to complain but got no response. Extremely disappointed…..

  3. m. irvine Says:

    Meeting friends at the Cafe Ocho for lunch but not being from Glasgow you have no post code for GPS of even telephone # that O could phone to ask for it……..

  4. Mickie Milne Says:

    another great meal on Friday night-great food, drinks and atmosphere. thanks for hospitality of staff.

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