Early Bird Breakfast at Yorkies Cafe in Skegness

Yorkies Cafe on the High Street in Skegness looked at first sight to be your classic greasy spoon emporium, but when you get inside you find that as well as your standard British cafe options they also trade as offering “Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options, and Gluten Free Options” Having said all that, we had just vacated our…

Elviras Cafe in Plymouth: Great spot for Breakfast

Elviras Cafe in Plymouth is located in Stonehouse on Admiral’s Hard down by the slipway where you can ride the foot ferry over to Cremyll. It was also really close to the AirBNB we were staying at, so the day we planned to take the ferry over to Mount Edgcombe park was the day we…

Maria’s at Borough Market – Nice bit of Breakfast Action

Marias Market Cabin should be your first port of call at Borough market if you are looking for your standard English Breakfast. Operating out of a portacabin trailer right in the heart of the action, you could be forgiven for walking on by blinded by the ‘fancier’ food on offer, but you would be making…

Another Broken Egg Café – Southern Omelette for Brunch

Another Broken Egg Café over at Park Market place is another ‘another broken egg café’, there are at least 6 in North Carolina and many more in and throughout many of the Southern States. When it is a Rainy Day I feel like filling my belly with a nice comforting breakfast brunch style lunch, so…

The Perfectionist’s café – All Day Breakfast before the flight

The Perfectionists’ Café in Heathrow was apparently ‘Inspired by Heston Blumenthal’s In Search of Perfection TV series, in which he examined every aspect of our favourite dishes in order to make them as delicious as possible’. I liked the look of it as I meandered my way through Heathrow Terminal 2 looking for someone to sustain…

Big Daddy’s Diner – Another Day, Another NYC Breakfast

Big Daddy’s Diner on the upper west side of Manhattan is one of those diners with a big shiny sign that is hard to avoid. I kind of knew that I was going to be selling myself out a little bit when we walked though the doors, but I chose to rise above that and just roll with…