Brunch Spot

By April 13, 2018Featured, Food, Lifestyle

It no doubt that breakfast/ brunch is one of my favourite meals, since Simon & I have been living together there is nothing that I love more than waking up on the weekend, switching on the coffee machine & deciding what to have to eat, if I’m in luck Simon treats me to his speciality, Sweet Potato fritters.

When I’m away with work I love heading out & exploring, particularly for somewhere for brunch. I have been lucky to have the most delicious donuts in Miami, avocado smash on french toast in Singapore & when I’m at home I’m exactly the same where can we head to next to enjoy some freshly brewed coffee & ultimate breakfast dishes. So when I heard that Liverpool’s Bold Street Coffee had teamed up with one of my favourite cocktail bars Santa Maluco for brunch I couldn’t wait to try it.

Originally known as the place to head too for a delicious slice of pizza & accompanying cocktails, Santa Maluco is located in the heart of Liverpool but ideally located so you miss the hustle & bustle of a busy city at the weekends. So last Saturday when it was a downpour of rain Simon & I headed in ready to escape the rain & to dig into breakfast.

Sitting ourselves amongst the mass of cushions in the window seat we made ourselves comfortable, I don’t know about you but I like to take my time when enjoying breakfast, with both Simon & I travelling with our jobs we usually have too much to talk about that I want to settle in with my coffee & relax. Obviously being from Liverpool I already knew of Bold Street Coffee & had enjoyed many cups of their coffee so I knew I wouldn’t be disappointed & we weren’t, I love coffee at home but dont always enjoy the beans some coffee houses use but safe to say we weren’t disappointed.

Whilst sipping on our coffee our breakfast dishes were quick to arrive & me being the greedy one had to pick two. I always feel selecting yohurt & museli is myhealthy option before enjoying crispy bacon, smashed avocado that was crispy but with the perfect kick of chillies, whilst I was also pretty envious of Simon’s. His order of portebello mushrooms on thick toasted bread with a side of crispy bacon looked too good not to sneak a few bites of. With plenty of dishes to select from it’s the perfect place to pop in & take a coffee to go, or sit back & relax over the weekend & enjoy a tasty brunch.

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