“The Gandolfi was one of the first cafés to open in Glasgow. In my early 20s, it felt so cosmopolitan that you could have a salad or a glass of wine or a cappuccino in a place other than a restaurant or a pub. It’s set in the offices of the city’s old cheese market and has the original tables and chairs made by Tim Stead, a famous Scottish furniture maker.” -Stewart Laing
This appeared in the January/February 2014. Read more about Stewart Laing's Glasgow neighborhood.