Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Lunch at the Regency Cafe, London

Bill and I had lunch at the Regency Cafe today.
It is a short walk from both Westminster and from the Tate Britain.
Honest, inexpensive English grub.
Bill had the set breakfast: an egg, bacon, sausage and beans with a side of bubble and squeak (mashed potatoes fried with Brussels sprouts).
I had a cheese omelet with beans and the best chips we've had in London so far.
The Regency has no liquor and no washroom, so if you fancy a mid-day break, slip over to the Royal Oak pub across the street.
Friendly service to all, guaranteed.

 

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