Taka TakaGreek • Bristol, United Kingdom
You may think other hotels in the area have a bit more going for them, but don't underestimate this husband & wife run hotel with as good a breakfast as I've had. Top notch.
Minimum on card is £6, which is a bit sneaky because most coffee + cake combos will be less than that, but they'll IOU you a coffee if you want.
The avocado on toast, with lemon wedge plus balsamic pot is genius and only £5.50
There's a very pleasant bar downstairs that wasn't packed on a Thursday night. This is a tip mostly for Thursday drinkers. #TGINF
They have great foursquare deals. Free pastry with first check-in? Cashback!
This is a really poor burrito. Even go to Yo Sushi ahead of here, or eat a pigeon.
I think there's a hint of cardamom in the banana bread. Just so you know.
If you've not got The Giant (a snappy signature), then you've wasted your time here.
The sp on Gourmet is just one example of how incapable this place is. Shame.
Pork shoulder hot sandwich with stuffing and apple sauce. No need to mess around with anything else (as good as the rest of the grub is).
Tuesday is chess night. That's cooler than you think it is.
Widely written about barista hole-in-the-wall outfit near Central/Surrey Hills, and for good reason. I had a pear and ricotta muffin which outshone the coffee.
Relax yourself in this back lane breakfast spot in the Rocks. Campos coffee is not the best, but can't argue with the banana bread. They have a market stall nearby on Fri/Sat/Sun.
Burger is sadly not the 2nd best in Sydney, in fact it's quite on the opposite end of the scale. Can't go wrong if you order Italian though (truffled turkey v.good), and the service is brilliant.
Coffee is ok at this lovely looking needle thin espresso bar, but would taste better if the edgy baristas weren't such douchebags. Tip: ask for a smile.
Keep em coming - the chips are free refills. Great fish and chips, good offers (incl. gamble for wine between 8 & 9), but slight shame about the seating and they haven't got the extraction quite right
Was a bit gutted that the lamb sandwich was a kebab as opposed to tasty nouges of grilled lamb. Will come here again though as other things on the menu look good, but steer clear of the shami kebab.