St Louis, 734 Dumbarton Road, Glasgow West End G11 6RD
Donald M pops along for the blues night, and loves the feeling of being in 'someone's front room'. With Sunday brunch until 2pm, as well as all-day breakfast during the week, you can tuck into a bacon roll whenever you fancy!
Cafezique, 70 Hyndland Street, Glasgow West End G11 5PT
For £9.90 you can get the big breakfast - 'two poached eggs, two sausages, potato scone, toast, beans, two rashers of bacon, tomato, mushroom and black pudding.' Get in early (or book a table) as this place fills up quickly.
Coia's Café, 473 Duke Street, Glasgow East End G31 1RD
Ryan W recommends this 'great place for a family meal', and gives his tick of approval to the 'Irn Bru sorbet' With Scottish delights like Stornoway black pudding or a breakfast croissant, and eggs benedict it's easy to see why they've been open since 1928.
Trans-Europe Café, 25 Parnie Street, Glasgow G1 5RJ
As this places serves up all-day breakfast you don't need to hurry to wake up! Grace M loves the 'bus seats at the tables and the walls decorated in a map of Europe using postcards. Each sandwich/salad corresponds with a European city and has a great soup and sandwich deal!'
Cup, 311 Byres Road, Glasgow West End G12 8UQ
Drop in to try the breakfast sliders, which come as three mini rolls, with sausage, bacon and black pudding. Kathryn J rounds off the experience with a 'cuppa and cake', the caramel wonder cupcake being her particular favourite. A delectable treat to top off any brunch.
Tribeca, 102 Dumbarton Road, Glasgow West End G11 6NX
Tucked into a tiny wee spot on Dumbarton Road, this café serves up breakfasts in true American fashion. Named after an area of New York, there's pancakes, French toast, bacon, six-egg omelettes, steak, Egg Benedict and each is of 'epic proportions', reports Catriona M. Tasty, tasty Americana!
Pinto, 5 Gordon Street, Glasgow City Centre G1 3PL
Pinto does something a little different - breakfast burritos. These bad boys are packed with scrambled egg, bacon, peppers, black beans, salsa, and cheese. Elizabeth F loves the 'hot bundle of tastiness', and suggests that you 'grab a coffee and a hot delight'.
Gusto & Relish, 730 Pollokshaws Road, Glasgow South Side G41 2AA
Claire B opts for the eggs Florentine which is 'cooked to perfection. Service is quick and friendly' and tea is served Suki style -- 'none of your builder's brew teabags on a string there'!
Sideways, 141 Elderslie Street, Glasgow West End G3 7AW
This 'welcome addition to the neighbourhood' serves brunch daily until 5pm, so there's no need to rush in. With pancakes, pastries, and even chargrilled sardines, there's plenty to pick from. While relaxing on the 'super comfy couches', Claire W grabs a black coffee to wash her breakfast down.
The Wee Guy's Café Deli, 51 Cochrane Street, Glasgow City Centre G1 1HL
The much-loved Guy's restaurant now has a little brother, and Andrew M hails that it's open for 'breakfast trade.' All food is made fresh on the premises daily - whether you're after breakfast or lunch, it's worth a wee dander in here.
Compiled by Yelp Glasgow's Community Manager, Briony C, with help from Yelpers.