Today we were with friends and we wanted somewhere were we could sit outside in the sunshine for brunch.
Service was speedy and efficient and we were quickly brough coffees and then bloody marys. It was a pretty good bloody mary – nicely spiced, though perhaps a bit too much ice. I like my tomato juice thick and dark and the ice waters it down a little. But then again, this is a minor gripe.
We were a larger group and it was busy when we arrived table so we waited a little long for food, but to be honest I hadn’t noticed until the waitress came to apologise and tell us it was on the way which is good.
I’d gone for the sweet potato has with crispy bacon and it was properly delicious. Nice and light and something I would definitely order again.
Other half had the full English.
- Sausage – ok though a little pale I like one a little more herby
- fried eggs – good
- hash brown – a proper one – hooray!
- Bacon – good stuff
- Toast – nice seeded sourdough with some delicious butter
- Beans – what they say on the tin.
- mushrooms – a little greasy but fine
- tomato – nicely cooked and seasoned
So for coffee, two Bloody Mary’s, two breakfasts and then two half pints (well it was brunch) the bill came to around £40. Service was good; food was good. Job’s a goodun.
Thanks Green’s – we will return.