Popular bakery opens doors to cake bar in Glasgow's west end

Scotland’s baking sisterhood, Three Sisters Bake, has arrived on Great Western Road in Glasgow with their latest venture, the Cake Bar.

Published 1st May 2019
Updated 9 th Aug 2023

The new take-away and dessert destination, Cake Bar from Three Sisters Bake, is set to be an Instagram lovers dream thanks to its decoration which includes neon signs, flower installations and, of course, picture perfect cakes. 

Cake Bar will offer diners sweet treats such as ice-cream sundaes, hot brownies, tray bakes and celebration cakes too, plus a pick’n’mix counter and specialty coffee from The Gatehouse Coffee Roasters.

Located on 401 Great Western Road is the latest expansion from the Three Sisters Bake, who established their first café in Quarriers Village in 2011. 

The sisters also has a countryside café in Killearn and a regular pop up at Platform at Argyle Street Arches.

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Three Sisters Bake

Creating six full time jobs, Cake Bar will be open seven days a week (8am-8pm, Monday to Friday and 9am-8pm at the weekend).

Gillian Reith of the Three Sisters Bake, said: “Finally we are in Glasgow and we couldn’t be happier to be launching our latest sweet treat offering in the city!

"We’ve been searching for the right location to launch Cake Bar for a long time so we couldn’t be more delighted to have found the ideal spot on the busiest road in Glasgow.

“We see Cake Bar as the unruly childish streak of the Three Sisters Bake brand – it’s all about having fun.

"Our product line up is inspired by childhood nostalgia, complete with soft serve ice cream, pick n mix, hot brownie sundaes, cake boxes, celebration cakes and of course our famous scones.

"We’ve also got something for those seeking the picture perfect location, with our insta-fabulous wall with neon sign.”

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Known for cake making, experimental jam recipes, Champagne, whisky and gin drinking (and the inability to cook Gnocchi), Rosalind is the Food and Drink Editor and whisky writer for The Scotsman, as well as hosting Scran, The Scotsman's food and drink podcast.
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