Those who get easily offended by swear words should probably sit this one out, but there is a “badass” cafe in Glasgow with the aim of being rude. Rude Cookies calls themselves “the baddest bakery in Glasgow”, and could possibly be considered the rudest cafe in the UK with their uncensored cookies.
Located on Minard Road in Shawlands, Rude Cookies is a women-led independent business where you don’t have to be scared of swearing. Owners Magda and Aga have been challenging the baking business since 2020, and have recently opened a cafe in Glasgow’s Southside.
On top of being decked in pink, the cafe boasts funny artwork, and a very special door handle that you will just have to go see for yourself (wink wink).
So, onto the main event: the rude cookies themselves. Even though you can find almost every swear word under the sun written on the cookies, the artwork is the most noteworthy part. The carefully decorated baked goods make for pieces of art, while both making you laugh and admire the skill of the bakers at the same time.
Guests can treat themselves and/or their loved ones to rude baked creations such as “Yoda f*cking best”, a cactus that says “Prick” on it, a portrait of Pedro Pascal saying “zaddy”, or a half-naked Lewis Capaldi cookie saying “Scottish Beyonce”.
What is more, visitors can treat themselves to decent coffee, hot or iced, as well as stuffed gooey cookies in various flavours like the Jammy Bast*rd with raspberry jam, or the Italian Stallion with pistachio cream. Guests can also indulge in a wee slice of New York cheesecake, with multiple options available at the cafe.
Rude Cookies also sells a bunch of merch, from funny candles to rude T-shirts, so it could be a one-stop shop for those who have already started their Christmas shopping (I know, too early right).
So, why not swing by possibly the rudest cafe in the UK, where censorship does not exist.