About Montgomery's Cafe
Went for a family meal for my birthday. Delicious food and lovely staff. Nice relaxed atmosphere too!
Food,service, cleanliness and value for money were all exceptional and I would highly recommend this restaurant. It thoroughly deserves to be included in any discerning diners list of eateries.
Neighbourhood café by Kelvingrove
Montgomery’s Café is a welcoming and cheery, neighbourhood café on Radnor Street, by the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. A bright colour scheme, hanging lights and intricate cornicing all catch the eye but the real attention-grabber is the huge map of the world on the ceiling. A family-run, kids-friendly business, Montgomery’s has its own bakery where they produce their own cakes and bread.
Breakfast and brunch through to dinner
Open for breakfast through to the evening, Montgomery’s serves everything from speciality tea and coffee to Luvians ice cream, soups, sandwiches and pancakes. The all day brunch stacks are very popular. Think along the lines of Melba toast stacked with Stornoway black pudding, vine tomato, oven-baked smoked back bacon and poached egg – all finished with a rich Hollandaise sauce.
In the evenings, the candles come out and the kitchen produces a short but thoughtful range of dishes such as chicken and bacon salad; potted Orkney crab and hot smoked salmon and pea risotto.
Kelvingrove attractions and transport links
Montgomery’s Café is on Radnor Street, in between Sauchiehall Street and Argyle Street. Kelvingrove Art Gallery is a two minute walk. The boutique shops of Byres Road are a ten minute walk. The nearest subway is at Kelvinhall while the nearest train station is at the Exhibition Centre. There is limited on-street parking.