This was going to be a trek into the unknown. I was off to Wolverhampton.
Someone had recommended this place to me on Facebook, so I thinking that I could do with doing a bit of exercise, I jumped on my bike, headed to Birmingham on the canals, then carried on to Wolverhampton. I was a long way, but I knew there was a Full English at the end of it.
If someone was to ask what the place was like, I would say its a typical greasy spoon. When you go inside, its like a greasy spoon, too. Prices are cheap, (though I have had cheaper), this place is all about the calories. The portions are BIG. I had the large breakfast, however, I was told that the ‘Bumper’ breakfast had more sausages, toast and egg and also had mushrooms, hash browns and black pudding, too.
The bacon (4 pieces), was streaky – which is a nice change. It had rind on it too – reminding me of my youth.
The sausages, (2) were VERY well cooked, but were obviously very cheap ones. The 2 eggs were both hard and drowned by the tomatoes and the baked beans. There was an unexpected slice of fried bread, as well as the 2 rounds of thick toast. As I said, it was a big breakfast.
The staff were lovely – I think that’s worth a mention.
The total cost including 2 coffee’s was £6.20 – which is reasonable.
Their opening hours are normally 8:00am till 2:00pm.