Much in the same style of the Ingram Street branch, it’s a place with quirky detailing to sit next a menu of filling classics, with breakfast rolls, simple sandwiches and burgers to the fore.
I was joined on this speedy stop by regular guest quester Tim, who had most recently joined at Kitty O’Shea’s.
Talk of chicken noodle soup hooked us both in. Tim added an egg salad roll, while I added a cheeseburger and chips. The friendly counter woman was quick about sorting things then delivering items to our table as they were ready
The soup was an absolute winner with a light and nicely flavoured broth replete with soft noodles.
The burger wasn’t quite so good with a rather bland savouriness instead of deep beefiness. The chips were pretty decent, although the dish was not the bonniest.
So overall Foodfillas on the Corner is doing reliably hearty work. It served us quickly, cheaply and with good cheer. I’ll no doubt be back the next time I’m in need of a quick feed in the neighbourhood.
Blythe scores Foodfillas
3.5/5 for food
2.5/5 for presentation
4/5 for setting
3.5/5 for service
giving an overall 13.5/20
We ate: chicken noodle soup (2), egg salad sandwich, cheeseburger and fries
We drank: water
We wore: pink shirt, brown shoes
Total bill: £9.25