Holy Crap! a post (or at least some thoughts) about a breakfast on the same day as it happened, anyhow…
Camino, it’s a bit of a trek up to King’s Cross to get there and the place itself is slightly hidden away so you’re probably not going to stumble across it on your way somewhere else, which is a shame as I thought it was pretty good.
Sausage and Eggs – nice and simple, but very tasty and with some salad too (I’m sure that’s a couple of my five-a-day right there). It’s hard not to compare this to last month, which I probably shouldn’t be doing, but look it’s freshly cooked and there’s fried eggs; that’s a win in my book.
Plus as I didn’t go for the large breakfast I was able to have some churros (deep fried dough that you dip in chocolate) on the side along with a second cup of coffee; nice but maybe a bit too sweet for my liking, well at least for breakfast, they’d be great for elevenses though.
In short, I liked it and would go back – ideally when I’ve got a bit more time as what with it’s slightly later opening time and my having to dash off to work, while it wasn’t exactly rushed, it could have been a bit more relaxed (though I did get to stay longer than the five or so minutes that Joel managed what with him having a train from Waterloo to catch – not ideal)