Slowly, your head sinks down into a plate of steaming sausages and baked beans. A long night has turned into a hazy morning, complete with pounding headache, but everything will be all right. Snax, Edinburgh’s least refined, most generous hangover café, has you in its (slightly greasy) embrace.
Toasties for £ 2, Full Breakfast for £ 3.30 (Huge option for £ 4.80)… the options are endless, and the portions are huge. Food quality is excellent for the price, with no messing around, just well-done breakfast classics. They also have salads, and chips for takeaway. The white-tiled interior is typical British greasy spoon café. If you’re planning a long trip to the Highlands, or just a long wander around town, Snax will set you up for the day. Take it from the many people who come in for breakfast after their morning shift.
There are two locations, one between St Andrews Square Princes Street, and the other on Buccleuch Street by the Meadows. But if you’re STILL too lazy to head over, the lovely people at Snax do deliveries for £ 2 (minimum payment of £ 7) so you and your friends barely need to get out of bed. Shout out to the kind Snax worker who gave me chips at 06:00 for 20p (all the money I had) when I was walking home.