It's an old fashioned authentic working man's caff of a sort I thought had disappeared. Proper full English, solid lunches like liver and bacon. Proper puds. No-nonsense service and the arrival of your food is announced at opera level volume. So pay attention. Cash only.
Very warm and friendly staff! The Full English is perhaps one of the best I've had (especially considering the cheap price!). The bread and butter pudding was also a pleasant surprise and left me wanting for more. The decor is practical yet timeless, truly providing a sense of a slow English day 🙂 I definitely highly recommend this lovely little cafe hidden in plain sight to both locals and tourists alike!
The experience could feel real if it was not for the long line of tourists (including us). The venue has a quaint and charming diner vibe, the food is very decent for the price. The Italian gentleman who screams your name and asks if you have had your toasts alright is part of the charm. All in all, we'll be back.
The eggs here are amazing, the yolk color is really vivid! I got the eggs benedict with smoked salmon for £6.90 and it's a little strange of a combination but it worked really well. Would definitely come here again.
Went for breakfast, found it very busy. The interior is classic British cafe, the staff was pleasant given how busy they were, and there's a strong sense of the Regency's place in the historical fabric. The food is simple and plentiful, but not especially refined and could be better quality. It is however absurdly cheap, just remember to bring cash, cards are not accepted.