Puti Vegan Cafe will close a restaurant in Glasgow ‘for the foreseeable future’


A POPULAR cafe in Glasgow city center is set to close for the ‘foreseeable future’.

Puti Vegan Cafe in Cambridge Street announced today that its last day of business will be March 30.

They explained on their social media page that their lease was ending and not being renewed.

Despite the bad news, the team assured that they will keep customers informed of any future decisions.

The statement read: “With great sadness, Puti will be closing for the foreseeable future.

“Our last working day will be Wednesday, March 30.

“This is due to the end of our lease where renewal was not an option given by the landlord.

“We managed to build a big family out of nothing and it’s a big thank you to ALL of you. We’re really disgusted but all future updates, we’ll post them on Facebook and Instagram!

“From every Puti staff member, we thank you all, our Puti family, for the constant support over the years and I hope we get to see as many faces as possible before our door finally closes. .”

Puti specializes in pan-Asian cuisine and is known for serving up vegan munchie boxes, using a self-build strategy.

Customers reacted to the news, with one commenting: “Oh no, so sad about that. You are hands down the best vegan restaurant in Glasgow.

“Hope you’ll show up somewhere else in town. Best wishes.”

Another said: “Oh no I hope you find a new place because your food and service are amazing.”

One said they were coming to Glasgow next week and would definitely visit Puti.

Elsewhere in the city, Via Ristorante has announced its closure after 17 years.

On Bath Street, the popular China Buffet King is closing ‘until further notice’.


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