Friday 2 July 2004 1.42pm
Ooh yeah, The Anatolian has proper bread too doesn't it? Big crusty doorsteps last I was in there.
Interesting post though. I love an eggs benedict and such like but sometimes you just want an untarted-up fry-up, don't you? I can vouch for the smoked haddock with poached egg and hollandaise at The Garrison
but I'm not sure they run to eggs, sausage and bubble. The Cat and Cucumber used to do good bubble and of course The Borough Cafe is famous for it. Maybe the only answer is to eat in two different places in Borough Market
. Are there two such establishments from within which you could eat your favoured breakfast while waving at each other across the street?
seems very popular nowadays, do they do a breakfast?
Rivethead, do you mean the Bermondsey Kitchen
? Good brunch? Not sure about the Red Stripe though, coloured water in a trendy tin if you ask me but each to his own.
I'll tell you where the breakfast used to be good. The William IV(?) on Harper Road
used to do a massive weekend breakfast with all the gear for both omnies and veggies. This was three or four years ago and I'm afraid I haven't been down there for a while but it used to be marvellous. Not a bad pub too.