I’d actually already had a hearty breakfast at my B&B, Anderson’s, so coffee was my initial focus. I ordered espresso and took a seat in their comfy window seat.When it arrived, I asked the chap what it was and was rather surprised to hear it was a South American blend from Hasbean. It was first-rate stuff and absolutely light-years ahead of every other coffee I’ve had in the city.
I gave their breakfast menu a look to see whether there was something light I could order to see what their food selection was like. Toast with Dundee marmalade looked like it would fit the bill rather well.
This soon arrived along with a free glass of orange juice which came with any breakfast dish ordered with a hot drink.
I’m not the world’s biggest marmalade fan, but when in Rome and all that. I slathered the two good slices of sourdough toast in delicious butter before applying a top-coat of marmalade. It was highly enjoyable eating.
So overall, it was an unexpectedly pleasure to find a place of Pacamara’s quality lurking in this part of town. They’re soon to start opening for evening meals from Wednesday to Saturday, so I look forward to coming back and trying dishes from that menu when next I’m in town.
Blythe scores Espressoh!
4/5 for food
4/5 for presentation
4/5 for setting
4/5 for service
giving an overall 16/20
I ate: sourdough toast, marmalade
I drank: espresso(h), orange juice
I wore: blue stripes
Total bill: £4.40
302 Perth Rd, Dundee DD2 1AU