Handy location for “Bread Meats Bread” at the corner of Hope Street and St Vincent Street, but for a place called so called, and with a selection of (fake?) bread in the window none of us got offered a choice of bread.
We tried the normal chips (£2) and Sweet Potato Chips (£2), both were fab. Proper home made chips. Very tasty.
Coleslaw (£1.50) was a bit disappointing, pretty dry and no oomph.
Pretzel bun, ok hot dog – was the verdict from Mr Beer £5 New York Hot Dog.
Beef Cheesesteak on white £7. Again Ok, nothing woohoo about it. More steak/cheese i think and something else needed.
Pastrami Burger £7. Mr Foodie had this one, OK again. Did the job. Big chunks of tough chewy pastrami and the burger wasn’t “ooh a posh burger”.
Slippy stairs to toilets, clean but a bit too bijou and the hand dryer takes a long time to dry your hands!
Not a large selection of drinks – no diet irn bru (eek!).
On street corner near to Central Station so it will do well. Better than chain burgers but not massively impressed so it needs to be a bit better to beat the others. Total cost £24.50 for three.
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