19 Breakfasts To Defeat A Hangover In Glasgow

    Coffee and eggs.

    1. The Rio Cafe.

    Affordable, and with a varied menu. Relax with an all-day breakfast. Find out more here.

    2. The Maggie.

    Get a Scoobie Snack. Consiting of a hamburger, a sliced sausage, a rasher, a potato scone, a fried egg and a slice of cheese - all in one bun. It will either kill you, or cure you. Find out more here.

    3. Trans-Europe Cafe.

    WIth bus seats and a world map, this stylish caff will make you feel OK again. Find out more here.

    4. Cafe Gandolfi.

    A little expensive, but an institution. So much so that you can even buy a print of the shop front here. Find out more here.

    5. Nice and Sleazy's.

    Be brave and go back to the scene of the crime from the night before. You'll be rewarded with a delicious burger. You could try chasing it with a Buckfast cocktail, if you were brave. Find out more here.

    6. 13th Note.

    Try the Vietnamese hot and sour tom yum noodles with smoked tofu at this veggie place, and feel instantly better. Find out more here.

    7. Mother India's Cafe.

    Sort it all out with a curry. You could also try the Wee Curry House - or the Bay Tree, if you'd rather. Find out more here.

    8. Ginesi's Ice-Cream.

    Pick up a cone, go from a stroll, feel like a person again. Find out more here.

    9. Tchai Ovna.

    Get civilized with a cup of tea, and shisha pipe. Find out more here.

    10. Cafezique.

    A little upmarket, but totally delicious. Find out more here.

    11. The 78 Cafe Bar.

    Strictly vegan, and strictly mouthwatering. Find out more here.

    12. Where the Monkey Sleeps.

    Just look at that bagel. How could that bagel not cure your hangover. Find out more here.

    13. Glasgow Farmer's Market.

    If you can face the crowds, then your reward will be great. Find out more here.

    14. St Louis.

    Try the Eggs Stornoway and feel your troubles disappear. Find out more here.

    15. Stereo Cafe.

    With amazing vegetarian and vegan offerings, you may as well stay on at Stereo from the night before. Find out more here.

    16. Cafe Hula.

    A bacon sandwich for £2.50. Can't say fairer than that. Find out more here.

    17. Brooklyn Cafe

    See that? That's a bagel, with hollandaise, and poached eggs, and PULLED PORK. Find out more here.

    18. Tapa Coffee House.

    Sometimes all you want is a strong black coffee. Find out more here.

    19. The Left Bank.

    Affordable, bright and seasonal. You'll be feeling better in no time. Find out more here.