Yokey-licious! 10 places to taste...eggs

Poached, fried, baked, or scrambled, it's eggs-traordinary how versatile the little gametes can be. This week Yelp Glasgow brings you some cracking spots to enjoy a yolk or two with friends!

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Cafezique, 70 Hyndland Street, Glasgow West End G11 5PT

Lynne M loved "the Eggs Black, poached eggs on toast, with spinach and black pudding. It was amazingly delicious!"

Enjoy, 393 Great Western Road, Glasgow West End G4 9HY

Toby G was "instantly drawn to the veggie breakfast. Veggie breakfast usually just consists of a "normal" breakfast that has had the meat taken away; this was a wee bit different - chickpea and chilli fritters, home made baked beans? OK, gies it!"

The Hyndland Café, 96 Clarence Drive, Glasgow West End G12 9RN

"The menu is your standard breakfast & lunch fayre but there is a large variety - from cooked breakfasts, bagels, eggs, sandwiches, baked potatoes & French toast" advises Paula M. Check out their delivery option for breakfast!

The Left Bank, 35 Gibson Street, Glasgow West End G12 8NU

"The Lebanese breakfast was sensational, it consisted of fried halloumi, shakshuka (spicy chickpeas ragout & baked egg) batata harra (potatoes sautéed with garlic, coriander and chilli) and warm toasted pitta," Pammi G says "I will definitely order this dish again!"

Moyra Janes, 20 Kildrostan Street, Glasgow South Side G41 4LU

While she normally opts for dessert, Bex M also recommends the "eggs Benedict for a Sunday brunch, sat outside in the sun!"

Naked Soup, 6 Kersland Street, Glasgow West End G12 8BL

Pop in for a breakfast roll or go all out and try the set breakfast - sausage, bacon, eggs, toast and a freshly squeezed juice for £5.75.

North Star Café & Bistro, 108 Queen Margaret Drive, Glasgow West End G20 8NZ

Tracy S "opted for poached eggs with toast and mushrooms. They came with a lovely fresh salad on the side drizzled in balsamic. The bread was obviously homemade and beautifully crisp, drizzled in olive oil. The eggs were cooked to perfection, oozed runny orange yolk, and tasted delicious."

Trans Europe Café, 25 Parnie Street, Glasgow G1 5RJ

Hannah B has "eaten here at all times of the day and have never been disappointed. For breakfast the Eggs Benedict are amazing, there is a huge range of salads and sandwiches for lunch and on Friday and Saturday nights they now open for dinner."

Tribeca, 102 Dumbarton Road, Glasgow West End G11 6NX

Katy C's "other half had the eggs florentine - and I have to say, I looked on in envy as she ate every last bite. Big portion, cooked to perfection."

The Rio Café, 27 Hyndland Street, Glasgow West End G11 5QF

Grahame G is "particularly fond of the scrambled eggs with smoked salmon on toast. The vegetarian breakfast is great too, and they even do a roll with veggie sausage if you're in a brunch-y kind of mood."

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