Off The Rails opened its doors for the first time in late September, delighting weegies with decent brews and modern décor.
Located in one of Glasgow’s most iconic locations next to the refurbished Glasgow Queen Street Station, Off The Rails has the perfect winter warmers for commuters and shoppers in the city centre this festive season. Launching a brand new seasonal menu offering, Off The Rails’ new winter warmers include hot chocolate orange, vanilla chai latte and the season’s favourite drink – Pumpkin Spiced Lattes. , such as if coffee is not your style. The café has also launched its brand new food menu of sandwiches and salad bowls, including a sandwich in homage to New York institution Katz’s Deli.
Set to be a surefire hit, Off The Rails new menu features sandwiches developed by the skilled chefs at Rioja Finnieston including the ‘Mr Potato’ with pulled ham hock, potato salad, red onion, crispy bacon, lettuce and lime on your choice of bloomers, morning rolls, bagels, baguettes or ciabatta. Another highlight is the ‘Tribute To Katz’s Deli’, a sandwich that pays homage to the legendary New York institution with pastrami, rocket, cheese, pickled onions and gherkins with hollandaise sauce. With vegan options for the environmentally conscious, a hummus, artichoke, mushroom, crispy onion and avocado sandwich is a noteworthy addition.
Off The Rails Manager, Rachel Smith said: “We’re delighted to be opening in such an iconic spot and can’t wait to show people exactly what Off The Rails has to offer. Whether you’re a commuter, student or just doing some lunchtime shopping – you’ll find a friendly face, great food and delicious coffee at Off The Rails.”