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Partick Duck Club

Partick, Glas­gow

IN Glas­gow, there’s a restau­rant that makes all other brunches seem bor­ing. You may have your ideas about what brunch fod­der is, but the Partick Duck Club takes it to a new di­men­sion with its Duck Leg and Nduja hash or Orkney Crab and Poached Duck Egg on Toast with Av­o­cado and Creme Fraiche. Plus, if you’re in the mood to start the day with a party, or a hair of the dog, it serves a great Bloody Mary or Gin Mary. It’s re­laxed, in­for­mal and cosy but – as Her­ald on Sun­day food critic Joanna Blythman, who gave the food 9.5/10 put it – “the cook­ing is se­ri­ously pol­ished”. It even opens at 8am for break­fast – though break­fast, of course, is too small a con­cept to ap­ply to any­thing served at Partick Duck Club. are now two – and if your idea of a heav­enly brunch in­volves some se­ri­ously good bread, then look no fur­ther than one of th­ese joints. They even have bread “menus”, which in­clude the likes of sour­dough, sweet po­tato and al­mond, and bread of the day. But it’s not all about the bakes as here they also make their own pork and fen­nel bangers, serv­ing them with can­nellini beans and chilli, and a heav­enly ve­gan break­fast. Plus, their boho vibe and leather arm­chairs make them the per­fect place to re­lax. One Glas­gow food blog­ger de­scribed it as “a lit­tle slice of chilled-out heaven on a Sun­day morn­ing”. Open at 9am on


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