Rise, shine and begin your day with Yelp Glasgow's round up of some of the tastiest spots to dive into some French toast!

Café Ludovic, 9 Lochleven Road, Glasgow Southside

Kate M loves the "eggs Benedict, and I really enjoy the French toast - and the bonus is they deliver if you are in the south side."

Cafézique, 70 Hyndland Street, Glasgow West End

French toast for £5 with optional extras of banana, bacon or Canadian maple syrup! Jennifer K enjoys the "relaxed yet buzzing atmosphere and the friendly and accommodating staff!"

Chocco-Latte, 536 Great Western Road, Glasgow West End

Gavin W loves the "bacon and maple syrup waffles, and I'd gladly walk over hot coals to get my greedy face in about them again. Tremendous, as is the French toast!"

The Hyndland Café, 96 Clarence Drive Glasgow West End

Leanne R "opted for a portion of French toast with bacon and maple syrup which was absolute delicious. Bacon was slightly crisped, French toast was cooked perfectly, slightly crunchy crusts, soft in the middle."

North Star Café Bistro, 108 Queen Margaret Drive, Glasgow West End

"They do amazing breakfast rolls, and their French toast is to die for, advises Kate L. "Everything is cooked to perfection. Their ciabattas are probably my favourite, but their daily specials are always of high quality too!"

Papercup, 603 Great Western Road, Glasgow West End

Gordon M says "the French toast is served as two thick slices of fresh brioche loaf, dipped in egg and cooked to a perfect golden brown, a generous drizzle of maple syrup and a small dollop of a wonderful yoghurt and pistachio mix which cuts through all the sweetness perfectly."

Patisserie Valerie, 23 West Nile Street, Glasgow City Centre

"My tea was lovely and the French toast was a tasty brioche bread with a wee bowl of maple syrup to drizzle over" says Elizabeth F.

Snuggle Muffin, 120 George Street, Glasgow City Centre

"The French toast arrived quickly and was grilled rather than fried which was nice. The flavour was good, lots of cinnamon and a good-sized portion of two slices!"

Tribeca, 102 Dumbarton Road, Glasgow West End

John B says the "coffee is very good. Strong and mellow, served at a perfect temperature. I had the French toast with bacon and maple syrup. The food was delicious and the portions were huge."

Where the Monkey Sleeps, 182 West Regent Street, Glasgow City Centre

Daniel H went for "a great latte with French toast, accompanied by maple syrup and bacon. My partner had American pancakes, which she asked for with fruit instead of bacon which wasn't a problem."