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Hi all

 

Going out for a drink a couple of weeks on Friday with a few mates, trying to plan ahead for a hearty breakfast on the Saturday morning.

 

Now easy you think, but I've a feeling that for the proposed clientele, smashed avocado and toast served on a chopping board isn't quite going to be what is required, so what I'm after is recommendations for a good old fashioned full English breakfast, greasy spoon style.

 

Anyone got any recommendations please?

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Brunch & lunch Matilda street or Lynn's pantry on Surrey street.

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The retro mod greasy spoon on Abbeydale Road is good. I think it's called Okeh Cafe. £5 for the full breakfast plus tea in a mug. On Sundays it seems to be the meeting place for a mod group, a bunch of old dudes on vespas and lambrettas, both other days are fine.

 

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At the other end of the spectrum I had a great fryup at the New Zealand place, Temper (?) on Arundel Street in the city. Not cheap, but very very good quality ingredients.

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Take a gentle trip out into the Peak District and sit outside at the Grindleford station cafe, where breakfast comes with a pint of tea and a fried slice.

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Look at The Depot Bakery. You'll never go anywhere else.

 

In my opinion, not great, overpriced, wouldn't rush back.

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