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Breakfast at The Cabin Cafe (Juggernaut)

Postby steveizy » Mon Aug 01, 2011 6:38 pm

As promised, Carol and I went there in our unofficial MZAWF capacity as food tasters :thumbsup

Broadfield Cafe watch out!

It's a while since I went to a transport cafe and I don't think Carol has ever set foot in one before, so neither of us really knew what to expect.

It's a busy place and slightly disconcerting to find ourselves about tenth in line, judging by the ticket numbers. That problem wasn't a problem as within 5 minutes, we had a lovely breakfast, piping hot, served. Good it was too :thumbsup

We both elected for a "Tri-Axle which consisted of 2 sausages, 2 Bacon, Beans, Tomato, Hash Browns, 2 Eggs, Toast and a lovely cup of tea. All served on a huge plate (except the tea :roll: ). The sausages, although plain, passed my sausage test admirably and the rest of the breakfast was top notch with everything cooked just right. It was a struggle to finish it - so much there- but we did and proudly left clean plates.

As far as ratings go, I would suggest that it is on a par with Broadfield Cafe, our benchmark, thence 10/10. Both are different but equally enjoyable in their own ways.

Highly recommended :hungry
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Re: Breakfast at The Cabin Cafe (Juggernaut)

Postby Nevis » Sat Aug 20, 2011 10:59 am

Sounds delicious :yum :yum :yum
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