The Great Muswell Hill Full English Breakfast Review, Part 7.

 


Within the 200m parade of shops bookended by Barclay’s Bank on one corner and Goldilocks hair salon on the other, you will find five establishments offering a form of Full English Breakfast. Perhaps the centre of the FEB universe?

Excited by this discovery, The Wattmeister popped into The Coffee Cup to try out their offering.

Ambience: the lighting is a bit harsh which gives a canteen feel to this coffee and cake parlour.

Cost: Full English £5.90 plus £2.20 for black americano.

Content: 1 sausage, 1 fried egg, 1 hash brown, 3 slices of bacon, 1 whole grilled tomato, 1 slice of toast, baked beans in a separate pot, a few mushrooms, all served on a hot plate.

This was a good, solid breakfast with 3 bacon rashers….however because of the layout it felt like I was being observed from behind the counter. Only recently having learned to use cutlery, this made the experience slightly unsettling. Nevertheless, service was good and there was not much left on the plate.

Score: 8 watts/10 watts.

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2 Responses to The Great Muswell Hill Full English Breakfast Review, Part 7.

  1. Julie Wiater says:

    You left something on the plate?? Are you feeling ok?

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