Have you had breakfast yet?

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Last week I did a post entitled Take Chances Be Happy when I was still traveling in London. Using the WP app and through the slow WiFi through my iPhone, I finally managed to put it out.  We then rushed to the train station for a day long tour. I was so thrilled to read your comments on the train. 🙂

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When husband really wanted to try a good old English breakfast, I looked around while walking on the street, this small family run restaurant caught my eye. As soon as we walked in, I loved everything I saw there. “How nice.” I said. “You can eat in our garden if you like.” the waitress suggested. When hubby saw smoke ashtrays, he declined.

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Hubby ordered the full English breakfast, two eggs, sausage, hash brown, toast, beans… As you can tell, he indulged quickly.

The eggs and toast were perfect and pleasantly delicious.

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They didn’t forget to be awesome. I’m sure the owner and the chef (his wife) have been this awesome every single day for many years.

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I even got a recipe for free. I shall carry it for a long, long time:

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Yes, 1 Packet of Life Loving. ❤

Related post: Take Chances Be Happy

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40 thoughts on “Have you had breakfast yet?

  1. Thanks for taking us with you into this delightful London restaurant, Amy. I loved seeing the menu and studied it. So British with the beans and tomatoes, and wonderful tasty treats. Your photos give a wonderful sense of the Londonesque setting and the recipe is great. Very fun post.

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      • Oh yes, I agree as to German breakfasts. They soooooooooooooo good – nowadays. I still remember the days of my youth, though, when all you got was 2 breadroll with jam and, if you were lucky, one or 2 slices of cheese and/or cold cuts. But nowadays, with breakfast buffets, you usually have a wide variety of choices.

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  2. Gorgeous place and mindful images. You can feel the character of this place through your images, Amy. I miss English breakfast. I lived in London for one year when I was young! So it is still my second “home”! 🙂

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