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Topic: Breakfast / Fry Up
Posted By: jameswhufc
Subject: Breakfast / Fry Up
Date Posted: 20/April/2015 at 16:55
Can anyone recommend a good place for breakfast on the santa eulalia area where rockline/coyote is.

I used to eat in Nicos (Pasadenas) but obviously he has moved on now so need a new eatary for next week.

Cheers.


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West Ham United season ticket holder.



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Posted By: Wireman
Date Posted: 20/April/2015 at 17:10
Teasers just along from Coyote is very good. If you are hungry go for their biggest brekkie, I think is called the Canadian, which will keep you going for an hour or two.
Along Estrada St Eulalia towards the top on the right you will find a Dutch place called Bom Appetite (spelling) which is also very good and obviously a little further, as you know, there is the Cottage on the strip. Enjoy.


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Posted By: jameswhufc
Date Posted: 20/April/2015 at 17:18
Thanks Wireman! Of course i forgot about Teasers. I will give them a try Saturday.


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West Ham United season ticket holder.


Posted By: lucyr
Date Posted: 20/April/2015 at 20:06
you have to go to the cottage, a wee walk away, but worth it Smile

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Posted By: Vino
Date Posted: 21/April/2015 at 10:19
There is Annabells on St Eulalia Road just further up from Rockline past the supermarket on the left! They do great breakfast and have a good selection of snacks and main meals too that are great!


Posted By: jameswhufc
Date Posted: 21/April/2015 at 13:08
Thanks for all the suggestions. I'll try a different one each day and find a favourite.


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West Ham United season ticket holder.


Posted By: Vino
Date Posted: 11/May/2015 at 01:59
Hi James, did you find a favourite?Wink


Posted By: jameswhufc
Date Posted: 13/May/2015 at 14:41
Hi Vino,

Tried a couple of places. Teasers a couple of times as it was easy and couldn't complain.

Also went up the Cottage one day and service was good although they didn't do scrambled egg which i found strange?


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Posted By: jameswhufc
Date Posted: 07/February/2016 at 17:16
ANyone got any more tips for a visit in April. Something near Villanova? A nice big fry up will be much needed this visit.


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West Ham United season ticket holder.


Posted By: peteknopp
Date Posted: 07/February/2016 at 17:19
Question of time, James. We're so manic at times it's just not feasible but pls pop in and ask and say I said pretty please!

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Posted By: pyrman
Date Posted: 08/February/2016 at 10:16
Main road .. walk along to the little square behind the bus stops and find Yorkshire Tavern ... the Dutch place, Hollandaise, is on the way ... behind the right hand bus stop (bull ring), there is a new cheap bar restaurant, Times ...


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Posted By: port princess
Date Posted: 08/February/2016 at 15:14
invictus does a very good breakfast as does the small Calipto bar on rua vasta de gama

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Portprincess


Posted By: carolenclive
Date Posted: 08/February/2016 at 21:24
English Kitchen on the right hand side at the top end of the strip do English breakfasts and are suposed to be very good,

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caz


Posted By: peteknopp
Date Posted: 08/February/2016 at 21:58
English kitchen is no more. Bank repossessed building from owners and they've returned to UK

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Posted By: jameswhufc
Date Posted: 09/February/2016 at 09:29
Thanks for the tips. Pete lets hope the pretty please works Wink

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West Ham United season ticket holder.


Posted By: carolenclive
Date Posted: 09/February/2016 at 11:58
Oh dear,I thought it was there last month must have been  mistaken.Shocked

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caz


Posted By: JimTina
Date Posted: 12/February/2016 at 12:35
Has "The English kitchen" closed now?

What a shame. We spent a few mornings in there last summer and they seemed really nice people.

The Cottage has always been one of our favourite places for breakfast.

The New Dubliner is another one.




Posted By: peteknopp
Date Posted: 12/February/2016 at 12:43
Signs etc still up outside Eng kit - don't suppose they wanted to waste time and money taking them down. Sold off all the crockery etc and back to UK to be with family

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Posted By: ClaireKildare
Date Posted: 12/February/2016 at 13:08
That's really sad.  


Posted By: mrandyd
Date Posted: 13/February/2016 at 09:22
Shows how tough it is at that end of the strip, can't be good for any business up there.



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