About Emily's Cafe
Can't wait to go again
The cafe is small but very nice, Emily was great very pleasant and the afternoon tea was great. Lovely little cup soup, then soft sandwiches. Nice selection, gorgeous cakes and scone, all served in nice China Would definitely go back yum yum.
Fab afternoon tea!
What a treat to have afternoon tea at this cafe...the crustless sandwiches were so fresh and delicious. My husband ate the 2 scones and I had 3 of the 4 cakes...was just too full to manage the 4th! We had started with a little teacup of lentil soup as a taster, very nice too.
Both tea and coffee came in a pot for topping up, I like that.
Reading the menu board there is lots to tempt me back, prices were very reasonable. I thoroughly recommend it. Thanks Emily!!
Cosy neighbourhood café in west Paisley
Emily’s Café is a cosy, welcoming and independently run café on Paisley’s George Street. Family-friendly, it is a bustling little spot for a cup of coffee, lunch, afternoon tea or evening meal at the weekends. A recurring theme in customer reviews is the café’s warm and cheery atmosphere.
Locally sourced ingredients and hearty home-style cooking are at the heart of Emily’s Café. Daily specials, soups, sandwiches, breakfast rolls, toasties and jacket potatoes keep the customers smiling during the day.
At weekends, Emily’s is open for dinner bookings. The menu changes regularly but typical starters might be the prawn cocktail or chicken liver pâté. Popular main courses include chickpea and butternut squash curry and the creamy carbonara with garlic bread. The prices are keen and BYOB with no corkage makes dinner at Emily’s Café even more attractive.
Served in vintage crockery, Emily’s afternoon tea is also winning fans. Soup, sandwiches and, of course, a fantastic range of cakes make a great accompaniment to a catch-up with friends.
Paisley attractions and transport
Emily’s Café is on George Street in Paisley. The Royal Alexandra Hospital, Paisley Museum and Art Galleries and the Paisley Campus of the University of the West of Scotland are all within walking distance. Canal Street and Gilmour Street rail stations are brisk ten minute walk. There is car parking outside the café.