Village Kitchen Brunch review

In Uncategorized on March 2, 2014 at 8:49 pm

While on the way to the Wildcard brewery (review later) we decided to stop off in Orford road for brunch. The little cafés were busy so we ended up in the Village Kitchen


Many years ago the ‘VK’ was on Hoe street and we went there often. So it was nice to go in and give the new place a try.The décor is quite smart with very ‘restaurant’ furnishings. Velvety chairs. So no ‘Shabby Chic’ here!

I went for the American breakfast; sausage, bacon slice,  fried egg, maple syrup and 3 halves of pancake (why three halves? What happens to the fourth?). My partner had an egg on toast with chorizo option. Both were very nice but at £6 each this isn’t your cheap high street fry up.

It was a lot quieter than the other eateries; I’d place it between cafe and Eat17 as an option. It has quite limited space but I think makes a nice alternative for a smaller party who haven’t booked Eat17 a week in advance!


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