Three Sisters Bake, Killearn.

Three Sisters Bake is a Glasgow gem. I first tried some of the baked goods in the form an incredible Salted Caramel Brownie at the Good Food Show. Over the weekend I drove half an hour to there Killearn venue, which is an extension of the village hall. With huge glass windows, call to book a table!

Three Sisters Bake, Killearn

Could happily have eaten the majority if not all of the menu.

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The seafood platter was incredible. I loved the mackerel pate, one of my favourite foods. Healthy(ish) and good for your brain, win win.

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Look at the cake with popcorn on the top – salted caramel and chocolate, on my too try next time list.

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A rather large meringue with fruit compote and cream.
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The view alone is worth the drive, rolling hills with snow on the top and oh so moody winter clouds.

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The glass extension is the cafe, I will definitely be back in the summer months to sit outside on the balcony.

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