Greyfriars Dan’s Verdict I suggested meeting Lunchquest at Greyfriars café, a place that I had noticed had recently opened next door to my regular lunchtime café of choice, the soup heaven that is Union of Genius. Dan’s all-day breakfast Greyfriars looked smart from the outside but from a quick look at the menu in the …

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Flutes & Tails Edinburgh airport is regrettably one of the poorest I’ve visited in terms of food options. On today’s visited I was tempted by a look at Bar Burrito’s breakfast menu but the production-line ladling out of rubber eggs almost turned my stomach and certainly turned my feet towards the exit.Place mat Instead I …

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Tim Horton’s OK, Canadian chums – look away now. Tim Horton’s is an iconic Canadian hospitality brand. Timbits – bite-sized doughnut things – send people in to some sort of fevered rapture, apparently.Exterior It came as a bit of a surprise when they chose Glasgow to open their first UK outlet, but it seems to …

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The Terrace Cafe My tour of cultural hotspots took me once more to Wishaw. I’d stopped here a few months ago and sampled a cheap burger from Snak Shak.Exterior On this visit, my arrival was much earlier in the day so my sights were set on somewhere for breakfast. The Terrace Cafe on Main Street …

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Bob & Bert’s I awoke on a bright and sunny Belfast morning with little in the way of diminution in the near fatal man-flu I bravely didn’t mention once during yesterday’s review of Deane’s at Queen’s.Exterior Consequently a hearty breakfast seemed an absolute must. Having not had such fun at the Nottingham Crowne Plaza buffet …

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