The Plough Harborne Full English Breakfast

The Plough Harborne Full English Breakfast – Harborne

Its quite a way and I was surprised that you have to book to get a table, but fair play to them, at 10:10 in the morning, I was shocked at how busy it was.

You order breakfast at the bar, with your coffees and teas. The tea comes in a pot with a tea cosy on it. I thought that was a nice touch.

Tea Cosy at the Plough Harborne
Tea Cosy at the Plough Harborne

The breakfast itself was good. Decent bread for the toast, (I think that this makes such a difference), a fried egg, a couple of pieces of bacon, (the fat was still white, which could put people off, thought I was OK with it), a single sausage, (perfectly succulent), a flat mushroom, a roasted half tomato, black pudding and beans that had been ‘tarted up’ with what we believe was ‘Campbells’ Concentrated Tomato Soup? They were a bit sweet. There was also a hash brown, which is always a nice accompaniment to a breakfast. Finally, there was spinach leaves? Goodness knows why, but there was. They do have a great menu, offering some absolute delights.

The Plough Harborne Full English Breakfast
The Plough Harborne Full English Breakfast

The only downside to the Plough is that it was one of the more expensive breakfasts I have tried, at £9.75, Coffee was extra.

The setting was lovely, its just on the High Street of the oh, so trendy Harborne. Kindly, as I had cycled there, I was allowed to put my bike in the garden.

Would I recommend this place. Of course I would, its great.

BBC Recommended!

British Breakfast Club Recommended
British Breakfast Club Recommended

BBC Rating

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