by Bob Pacl
A very dismal experience.
After arriving for breakfast at noon, we were told it would be a short wait for the 6 of us.
25 minutes later we were waved in to a table in a room half empty.
After 15 more minutes, a waitress came to take our order.
From hundreds of options, I selected an “English breakfast” called the Highlander.
This should have beeen a warning sign.
I have had English breakfasts in several English districts and my London-born Mother-in-law did a pretty fair job too.
The eggs were fair, the tomatoes merely warm, 1 slice with black and green mottling, the mushrooms were inedible, bitter, the English muffin had a couple of drops of butter (none on the table), the hash browns, sausage and bacon were missing.
The waitress when told, brought 2 pork sausages, no bacon, no hash browns.
Not a place to go if you enjoy good food and tolerable service