Reviewed by Ruman
Monday morning meetings are always made easier when done away from the office, over a cup of coffee. This time round, our meeting took place over breakfast at Dorset Cafe which is located not too far from Baker Street. Zohra had been here before but couldn’t remember the name or exact location but a quick search on Google’s street view helped her to find the cafe.
On the plate: two turkey rashers, one merguez sausage, two fried eggs, mushrooms, quarter of a tomato, Heinz baked beans, one hash brown and two slices of toast (£6.50).
The merguez sausage was spiced (as expected) and the turkey rashers were smokey. It seems Zohra and I have a difference of opinion when it comes to these two items. I wasn’t a huge fan of the sausage as for some reason it was too chewy for my liking whereas Zohra really enjoyed hers. When it comes to turkey rashers, I prefer mine to have a smokey taste to it whereas Zohra doesn’t. I liked that they gave us both white toast and brown toast as I’m not a huge fan of white bread. The hash brown was a bit too dense – it was almost a bit too starchy as Zohra explained. At £6.50 we felt like it was great value for money. We’ll probably be back when we have another early morning meeting – any excuse for a Full English!
Breakfast is served all day.
Value for money: 8/10 (£6.99 total bill // £6.99pp)
Address: 27 Melcombe Street, Marylebone, London, NW1 6AG
Nearest station: Baker Street (Jubilee, Metropolitan, Circle, Bakerloo, Hammersmith & City lines)
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Ruman eats a brownie a day, but only with coffee. She struggles to eat more than 2/3 of an adult size portion of food, but always has room for dessert. When not exploring restaurants, galleries or cities around the world, Ruman is a Marketing Ninja at Halal Gems, where she also holds the title of Chief Chocolate Officer.
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