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After 10 years on the notoriously competitive Glasgow culinary scene, Cafe Ludovic continues to grow and grow. Situated on Battlefield Road, and only a few minutes walk from Mount Florida station, this Southside staple is a perfect place to drop in for a traditional Scottish breakfast, a sandwich at lunchtime or for a full evening meal. They’re fully licensed as well, making them an ideal for a stop-off en route to the big game at Hampden Park.
Dies ist ein zentralgelegenes und sehr stilvolles Cafe. Die Tische unter der Kuppel sind besonderes begehrt. Manche befinden sich am Rande eines kleinen Pools. Service, Speisen und Getränke sind ausgezeichnet. Ein Muss in München.
Cafe Ludovic has been going for a decade down in Mount Florida, and it’s easy to see why. They don’t like to over-complicate their menu, instead filling it with the traditional Scottish cafe favourites that keep the hungry punters of Glasgow’s Southside coming back year on year. In the mornings, expect square sausage, tattie scones and bacon, in a roll or all together in a full Scottish to be served up at this Battlefield Road establishment, as well as a wealth of vegetarian options.
Midday in Mount Florida brings out the repertoire of sandwiches and cooked lunches to Cafe Ludovic, from baked potatoes to butties and soups. With an enviable location close to both Mount Florida station, Glasgow Clyde College and of course, Scottish football’s home at Hampden Park, they tailor their evenings for the crowds of commuters, students and football fans, and their evening mains menu is replete with steak pies, burgers and fish’n’chips, all washed down with drinks from their wine and beer selection.