Kaf Coffee, Glasgow
Photo by Kaf Coffee | Minimalist store front
Kaf Coffee is a Scandinavian-style cafe and bakery located in Hyndland, West End towards Partick. It’s a small space that packs a huge punch in minimalist interiors, delicious breakfast plates and well-made milk coffees and brews.
Photo by Samad | Scandi plates; top one is vegan and bottom, normal
As a lady that brunches (very often), I made it a point to visit Kaf for their Scandi-brunch plates consisting of crispy bacon, slices of cheese, freshly baked sourdough bread, baked potatoes, grilled cherry tomatoes, soft-boiled eggs, homemade hummus, some fruits and a bowl of yoghurt with berries and homemade granola! HUGE meal, isn’t it? Well, it’s the best way to start your day after all, full of energy and hearty meal. Such amazing portion, great quality of tasty food and by the way, this Scandi-plate is only £8. If you’re vegan, they also offer a vegan option which swaps the crispy bacon and eggs for mushrooms, avocado and vegetarian haggis.
Photo by Samad | Prices of drinks Kaf offers
I was also extremely happy with their coffee, even if it did take a bit of time to make as there was only one barista who had to serve all the customers for sit-in and takeaway; note that this cafe is very small so people often stop by and queue for a takeaway coffee. But once it arrived, my caffe latte proved to be worth the wait!
They also offer a range of in-house baked goods like cakes, brownies, cookies and also small selection of retail items like eco-bags, coffee filters, refillable coffee cups, bags of independently roasted coffee like Dear Green Roasters and worthy-reads like Kinfolk and Fare Mag.
Photo by Samad | Barista station
The inside of the cafe is nice and simple - small and fits about 6-7 people for sit-in so expect to wait for a table or just cross your fingers and bet on some luck for you to get seated when you pay a visit. On a sunny day, you could potentially chill out outside. Overall, you can expect a very strong Scandinavian theme here. The interior is all white with wooden flooring and big plants! I'd consider it a good place for you to sit for a chat with your friends over some lunch or even to read a book on your own with a cup of coffee.
If you’re in the area, definitely pop by for a coffee and hopefully grab a seat and devour some Scandi goodness!
Photo by Samad | Cozy little cafe
5 Hyndland St
Glasgow, United Kingdom G11 5QE Opening hours:
Monday to Saturday 8am - 5pm
Sunday 10am - 4pm