Visit Glasgow's Kelvingrove Park Café
An Clachan Café has an excellent reputation for the range of our cuisine and our friendly service. We have a diverse menu of food, which is all sourced locally where possible. Most of our food and ingredients are Fairtrade and organic. All of our delicious food is cooked on our premises. We offer great service in a delightful setting. Why not call us today?
An Clachan, Gaelic for ‘the village’ was the name of the reproduction of a Highland village for the 1911 Scottish Exhibition of National History, Art and Industry held in the park, which attracted in excess of nine and a half million visitors. A commemorative cairn marking the site can be found by the footpath near the Kelvin on the other side of the park, and it is this cairn that gave the owners the name for the café.
Situated on the edge of the Glasgow's fashionable West End, two minutes from vibrant Finnieston and within easy walking distance of Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, with views towards Glasgow University Tower, the café is perfectly situated to access many of Glasgow's hottest desinations.
We get our coffee from Dear Green, a local Glasgow roastery.
Why visit the An Clachan Café?
Our customers say...
Here are some comments from people who have visited us and left feedback on
"Oasis of home cooking and baking delights served by friendly, helpful staff.
Situated next to play area for children, in quiet part of park"
"The food was incredible and such good value, you couldn't recreate the atmosphere anywhere else but in the beautiful setting of Kelvingrove park"
"Great sandwiches, cakes, teas and coffees, lovely, gentle atmosphere An Clachan is brilliant - great food, friendly service and a real highlight during a walk in Kelvingrove"
We have a large range of herbal tea, including:
- Mojito mint
- Chamomile flower
- Jasmine Huang Shan
- Flying Scot Breakfast
- Indian spiced chai
- Earl Grey leaf
- Mixed red berry
- Yunnan Green Tea
We are mindful of out environmental responsibilities, and recycle all of our paper, glass, plastic and tin.