When we started planning where we were going to eat in Glasgow, Bread Meats Bread immediately went on my list. I'd seen endless pictures of their drool-worthy burgers on Instagram and food blogs and immediately wanted part of the action. Luckily we had a branch near to our Air BnB in the West End.
We opted for an early lunch to beat the rush. When we walked in 12pm, there was only one table occupied but I've heard it gets pretty darn busy at times. Each branch has it's own special so naturally I went for this one. The Great Western Wolf is a beast of burger topped with American cheese, crispy bacon, tender BBQ pulled pork, crispy fried onions and 'nduja with sriracha mayo. There wasn't as much as a kick as I wanted but it was still delicious. Cooked just right, the flavours complimented each other superbly. For a side we opted for one of their signature poutine dishes. The Raspoutine is an addictive dish of chunky fries, fresh cheese curds, chopped crispy bacon and grated cheese in a mountain of beef gravy. It was heaven on a plate! Our friends maple bacon fries were sent from heaven too. The lashings of maple syrup was to die for.
Bread Meats Bread wasn't the best ever burger to pass my lips but it was pretty darn tasty. The staff were friendly and attentive, the food was reasonably priced, it was in a buzzing area of town and the poutine is well worth visit just for that. I'll definitely visit again if I ever find myself in Glasgow!