I really enjoy meeting up with friends and visiting cafés and restaurants. I adore a good natter over a good coffee and good food – what could be better?!
As it turned out we had a lazy morning ( well day really) and headed out for brunch. It didn’t disappoint.
There’s a local bar/café which served food in the day and evening but also has a bar so at weekends is popular for it’s social night life. Although I’ve been in for drinks with friends I’ve never really been in the day for a bite to eat.
I ordered the Eggs Florentine; that is a poached egg with hollandaise sauce, on a toasted muffin with spinach. As opposed to Eggs Benedict which is served with ham instead of spinach.
It was beautifully presented and was a welcome treat. Included in the price was either tea, coffee or juice which I thought was very reasonable too.
I’ve since visited and enjoyed the Greek Salad…very good value for money, as I do find salads can be over priced for what you get. However this was not overpriced and you got plenty!
ADDRESS: 2 Breck Road, Poulton-le-Fylde, England.
COMMENT: Friendly service, lovely menu and provides a good café by day and a good transition to bar by night.
Having travelled to the Canary Islands I have fallen in love with Spanish food. Although I’ve never been to mainland Spain (on my long list of places to visit) I thoroughly enjoyed the seafood dishes and of course, tapas. A friend found a guitar in a corner of the restaurant and just started playing a tune – even though it had a string missing! Hehe. What an atmosphere. We had an absolute scream. The staff were great and it really made the place come alive.
I thoroughly enjoyed the ambience and lovely, warm welcome on arrival. Not a huge restaurant but big enough for a large party to be catered for. The decor was very Spanish, with terracotta colours and a two fab art designs of a black bull and a flamenco dancer…a real feast for the eyes.
We ordered tapas including, calamari, chorizo, king prawns in a garlic sauce and homemade bread with allioli. We enjoyed sangria to wash it all down…..yummy!
The star of the show though was the paella! It was absolutely fabulous, piping hot served straight from the pan. (The best bits were the chunks of rice stuck to the bottom of the pan, crispy and packed with flavour.) It contained meat, chicken, and fish, so it had the best of both worlds and it was such a crowd pleaser.
Lovely meal with my family. 🙂
We were so full afterwards, didn’t have room for dessert. Churros is a must next time, dipped in chocolate sauce.
Highly recommend this place and it had definitely inspired me to get creative in the kitchen. I’ll be on the look out for a Spanish cookery book – to add to my ever growing collection. Well you never can have too many books.
Even better hopefully go back to the Canary Islands or even visit mainland Spain someday.
ADDRESS: Espanol Restaurant, 4 Queens Square, Poulton-le-Fylde, England.
COMMENT: Muy buena comida.
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