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Top chef who worked for Celtic players opens new cafe in Glasgow

Top chef who worked for Celtic players opens new cafe in Glasgow <i>(Image: Newsquest)</i>
Top chef who worked for Celtic players opens new cafe in Glasgow (Image: Newsquest)

A chef who has worked for Celtic players will open a new cafe in Glasgow.

Serendipity is the latest venture from John Traynor, the great mind behind La Pastina on Byres Road.

As the Glasgow Times previously reported, John has had experience working in some of the city's most loved restaurants including Porter & Rye and has cooked for the likes of former Celtic stars Odsonne Edouard and ex-boss Neil Lennon.

His new cafe is a brunch spot and will be located at 657 Great Western Road, which used to be the home of breakfast spot Morning Glory by Five March.

The team teased the menu for the new cafe which is serving a range of eggs, breakfast muffins, croque monsieur, full Scottish breakfasts and more.