Although the place initially looked like a fairly standard greasy spoon, upon further inspection it had some nice detailing giving it a homely feel. This was matched by the warmth of welcome from the wonderfully friendly counter woman, who was a joy throughout.Upon finding a full breakfast on the menu, my decision was made for me. I chose tea, included within the overall price, because as yet Dundee hasn’t provided me with much coffee luck.
The things were soon with me along with a slice of extremely good buttered granary toast, which proved satisfying eating.Highlights were a very good slice of black pudding, two suitably meaty sausages and profuse thick-cut bacon. In fact, there was barely a weak item across the whole plate. This pleased me very much.
So overall, Soo Delicious lived up to its name in no small measure. If you’re looking for a heartily tasty breakfast in this part of town I’d be pleased to point you in its direction. I look forward to visiting again.
Blythe scores Soo Delicious
4/5 for food
3/5 for presentation
4/5 for service
3.5/5 for setting
giving an overall 14.5/20
I ate: full breakfast (2 link, egg, bacon, black pudding, hash brown, tattie scone, mushrooms, beans, toast)
I drank: tea
I wore: first overcoat of the season
Total bill: £6