Razena Schroeder Mar 18, 2012 09:35 am
I usually park on the same level as this establishment, but it always seems packed regardless of the time of day.. so when I passed there on Saturday it seemed an opportune time to have a late breakfast as it was still early and more than enough empty tables.
The English breakfast was more than substantial and the 2 slices of rustic looking 'homemade' bread was a welcome surprise. The waitress was attentive without being overbearing and brought out the items as requested.
My only regret is that the food was served in an awkward soup style plate with a raised edge that resulted in all the items being cramped into the bottom of the plate. One of the party at the table across from me seemed to have the same problem in trying to get at her meal without any item flying over the edge.