'Unique' new ice cream parlour opening in Glasgow this week

'Unique' new ice cream parlour opening in Glasgow this week <i>(Image: @Voom.Studio)</i>
'Unique' new ice cream parlour opening in Glasgow this week (Image: @Voom.Studio)

A 'unique' new cafe and ice cream parlour is opening in Glasgow this week.

Crumbs is the latest addition to the bustling West End, opening just a few doors down from familiar favourites like Loop & Scoop and Cottonrake Bakery.

The venue will specialise in artisan ice cream, speciality coffee and baked goods, and it will welcome customers from Wednesday, May 29.

Glasgow Times: Chocolate tarte
Glasgow Times: Chocolate tarte

Chocolate tarte (Image: @Voom.Studio)

Aiming to offer foodies something a little different, Crumbs will feature six unique daily ice cream flavours, using innovative options such as rhubarb and basil, toasted coconut, and crème brûlée.

A vegan choice will be available every day, including a rich chocolate and sea salt sorbet.

Glasgow Times: Chocolate and sea salt sorbet
Glasgow Times: Chocolate and sea salt sorbet

Chocolate and sea salt sorbet (Image: @Voom.Studio)

Bakers and ice cream makers plan only to use fresh, seasonal produce that is sourced locally and make everything in-house where possible.

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There are plenty of choices for furry friends, as dogs are encouraged to visit and enjoy a puppiccino, dog-friendly ice lollies and peanut butter 'pupcakes'.

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Baker Noeme said: "We are excited to bring unique flavours to Great Western Road.

"We saw a gap in the market for something fresh and exciting. Our ice cream, sweet, and savoury bakes are all homemade on-site each day, allowing us to experiment with flavours and serve only the freshest treats."

Crumbs is the sister venue to La Masa, a taco bar which opened in Glasgow city centre back in February.

Glasgow Times: Raspberry chew cake
Glasgow Times: Raspberry chew cake

Raspberry chew cake (Image: @Voom.Studio)

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