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Breakfast at the Pelham Buckle

Postby steveizy » Wed Jul 06, 2011 4:18 pm

After the disappointment we had at the Tavern and with the Black Dog not doing breakfasts any more we thought we would try the Pelham.

It was excellent :banana Friendly staff, quite a few other customers there as well - which is a recommendation in itself :thumbsup

Quite impressed with the industrial conveyor toaster for customers to make their own unlimited amount of piping hot toast in a few seconds from a choice of breads. So much so that I just had to go back for seconds to have another play ;)

The breakfast was great. Maybe the sausage could have been better, but I am a bit fussy about my sausages as readers might gather, everything else was top-notch and beautifully cooked.

If the Broadfield Cafe is the benchmark with 10/10, this ranks close behind, maybe 9.5. Highly recommended :yum :yum :yum
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Re: Breakfast at the Pelham Buckle

Postby Luma » Thu Jul 07, 2011 10:32 am

Sounds like a feast was had :thumbsup Good to read your post as is with fact that mzawf is working again and I'm looking forward to your blog on the red devils coming season :thumbsup When does the action get under way?
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Re: Breakfast at the Pelham Buckle

Postby Nevis » Thu Jul 07, 2011 12:27 pm

Sounds like we may have to go there! I could just do with a good old fry up just now. Good recommendation. :yum :-D :scarf
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Re: Breakfast at the Pelham Buckle

Postby goodtimesdisco » Fri Jul 08, 2011 10:11 am

Breakfast at the Cabin Cafe formally the Juggernaut a264 faygate roundabout. I opted for a Scania brekkie, the healthy level breakfast. The menu wasn't numbered but named after trucks.
The food was tasty hot and served its purpose came with bread and butter and a nice cup of Rosie lea :thumbsup
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Re: Breakfast at the Pelham Buckle

Postby steveizy » Thu Jul 14, 2011 8:31 pm

Big Al wrote:Breakfast at the Cabin Cafe formally the Juggernaut a264 faygate roundabout. I opted for a Scania brekkie, the healthy level breakfast. The menu wasn't numbered but named after trucks.
The food was tasty hot and served its purpose came with bread and butter and a nice cup of Rosie lea :thumbsup


Thanks for reminding me about The Juggernaut. I had completely overlooked this old haunt until your post - although I used to go there occasionally about 20 years ago :shock:

I'm/ we are on a bit of a health kick at the moment, trying to lose a few pounds. I stopped beer for five days and gained 9 pounds which isn't very encouraging :scratch

The Juggernaut, sorry Cabin Cafe will be ideal for our next "cheat day", maybe for a birthday treat :yum

I will report our findings, including detailed sausage analysis, very, very, soon hopefully :hungry
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