A GLASGOW cafe is proving to be a hit with celebrities after welcoming a second famous face in a fortnight.

Scots actor Peter Mullan, who played low level drug dealer Mother Superior in Trainspotting, popped by Singl-end Cafe for some refreshments.

The Renfrew Street bakehouse posted a snap of the star on their social media, where he is seen smiling with staff members. 

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Alongside the photo, the cafe wrote: "Your usual table sir?"

"Another day, another celebrity in the gaff.

"Definitely not as scary in real life.

"Thanks for popping in Peter Mullan."

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And it's not the first time the cafe has welcomed a celebrity guest.

Staff were treated to a visit from one of country's most legendary actors when Bill Nighy popped in to Singl-End two weeks ago.

They were quick to grab a picture with the actor who is best known for his roles in Pirates of the Caribbean, Love Actually and Harry Potter.