Baffo (West End, Glasgow) : Review


1377 Argyle Street
Glasgow G3 8AH

V: 9th March 2018      T:  0141 583 0000  W:

Child Friendly: Yes (well behaved kids)      Accepts: Cash & Card

On my many walks in the West End, I have passed here a few times and always thought next time I am here and feel like a pizza I will jump in and give Baffo a try….today I did just that.

On entering I was shown my table, and sat down and had a look about.

This is a nice addition to this area, and inside has a very nice clean modern feel.

The Food…


Milanese £7
Sugo, fior di latte, salame Milano, mascarpone


On arrival this was very good looking and made my mouth water, it looked like it had a nice thin base (my fav way) and smelled really good.

Lets start by saying this was a little watery? is that how you would describe it? mostly due to the toppings and how thin the base was. Some people like this, some don’t….me I am not fussed as long as I like the pizza.

I really liked this pizza, and like the taste and flavours. Unfortunately tonight I wasn’t super hungry and shocker I left half the pizza….but I did take it home to finish later.

Portion Size : 5
Flavour : 5
Presentation : 5
Value for Money : 5


Affogato £3.50


The first time I tried this was at Paesano, and really enjoyed it so I thought lets see how it is here….and yes I know I said I was full with the pizza but there is always room for something sweet :p

Its simple, it works, and its nice!!

Portion Size : 5
Flavour : 5
Presentation : 5
Value for Money : 5


My first visit here I would say was very good, the prices for what you get is really good and I cant fault my first visit.

I will be back.

Review Scores – 

  • Atmosphere : 5
  • Staff : 5
  • Menu Choice : 5
  • Service : 5
  • Food : 5
  • Value for Money: 5
  • Overall : 5


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Paesano Pizza (Glasgow) : Review


94 Miller Street
Glasgow G1 1DT

T: 0141 258 5565

Visit Date : Saturday 7th January 2017

I have heard many people talk about Paesano Pizza, from friends to bloggers and they all said I had to visit.

I finally got round to a little visit.

I tried calling up Paesano Pizza and booking a table, to be told that they don’t take bookings. You just turn up and wait, but the wait length of time is not that long. This was a first for me, and wondered why they would do this but once arriving I could see they don’t need to as there is always people waiting for a table.

On arrival we were behind a good amount of people, but we decided to wait and see how long it would be before we were seated. It only took about 5 to 10mins and the we had our table.

The Pizza :

The pizza I ordered was number 7 on the menu. £8.00


My pizza had fresh Tuscan sausage with tomato sugo, mozzarella and evoo (extra virgin oil). I added Olives to my pizza as an extra, and you can also do this if you want something else on your order.

Firstly it looks very nice, and perfectly cooked.

This for me was a very very good pizza, the base was nice and thin and the crust was perfect. Flavour and taste was very good.

Dessert :

Affogato £4.00


“An Affogato is a coffee-based dessert. It usually takes the form of a scoop of vanilla gelato or ice cream topped with a shot of hot espresso.”

This was very nice but one thing I did notice was the espresso was not hot, but I didn’t mind as it was still very very nice.

Visit Overall :

Overall my first visit was very good, if you’re looking for a nice pizza then here is the place for you.

I would go back here anytime I fancied having pizza.

  • Child Friendly : Yes (a well behaved child as tables close together)
  • Service : 5
  • The portion sizes and taste : 4
  • Atmosphere : 4
  • Value for money : 5
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