Favourite Lunch Spots at Glasgow for under £10

I'm always on the look out for the best spots to have lunch in the city especially since I'm often in town for work. Although I'm open to spending money on delicious foods, I try not to spend over £10 every time I'm out for an afternoon meal. So here's a list of my favourite spots to eat lunch in Glasgow, from the cheapest option to the most expensive one. Let's go! 1) Accento Cafe | £5.00 It's not a secret that I love Accento Cafe. It's one of my go-to spots in Finnieston,

Accento Cafe, Finnieston

Photo by Samad | Facade of Accento Cafe Nestled in a tiny corner of Finnieston in West End Glasgow, lies a nook occupied by a cosy and homely Sardinian cafe known as Accento Cafe. From the Mediterranean island of Sardinia in Italy to the chilly metropolis of Glasgow, Scotland, this comfy space was opened by a family of Sardinians wanting to bring their tradition, food and personalities to the locals of the city. Upon entering the small cafe, you're surrounded by all kinds of

Sarnies, Telok Ayer

We made a trip to Sarnies one rainy weekday for brunch after hearing friends rave about it for a while now. It was my first time at Telok Ayer, actually. This was before I found out about Park Bench Deli. It's nice to know that the CBD of Singapore is filled with such good food, since I am possibly moving to this beautiful country soon (yay!). The coffee ($4.60) at Sarnies is great, like I had discovered at Pasarbella, of course. I'm not a huge coffee drinker though, but I en

Park Bench Deli, Telok Ayer

At the recommendation of someone I consider to be quite the food expert, we made a trip to Park Bench Deli at Telok Ayer Street one Friday afternoon. We were promised hearty sandwiches and that's exactly what we got. The deli is highly reminiscent of Katz in New York even though it is much smaller and a lot more organised here. The entire deli gave off a very Brooklyn vibe and I felt transported back to New York City once again. The sandwiches are freshly made and the friendl