This was really nice! Lovely food, something very different but very tasty compared with the usual fry up. Nice tea and the bloody Mary had a good kick. Waiter was genuinely lovely, entertaining and attentive. Would definitely do this again. Would like to see more drinks options for hair of the dog treatment.
Mmmmmmm mmmmmm good!
Gorgeous food. The perfect end to a lovely canal work on a Sunday morning!
Slightly hectic; quite a few walk outs because of this, so maybe one more person needed on the floor to meet and great but that's purely from a 'making food for money perspective'.
From a 'making food for enjoyment perspective' - faultless.
See you again very, very soon The Good Egg crew.
Yummy breakfast, good service
This was a yummy breakfast with great service.
NB - this is just brunch in an existing cafe that's open to the public. Don't expect it to be held in a quirky venue or anything temporary/unique.
The food, atmosphere and staff were all amazing..
I just wish we could have know that it was in a more relaxed, cafe atmosphere - as the 9am sharp start (it specifically says to arrive promptly when you book) wasn't at all necessary, and would have made the brunch much more relaxed if we had know there was no rush.
Actually just a cafe
Don't go expecting a 'grub-club' - this is just a cafe. So the whole process of booking / showing up on time isn't necessary, it's not 'an event'. Upon arrival, we discovered that our fee was actually just purchasing a main from the menu. None of the other diners seemed interested in holding a conversation.
It's a nice cafe, with friendly staff, tasty food and excellent coffee.
Something a little different
The food, service and atmosphere at the Good Egg was fantastic. We weren't hurried a long at all. Given great service and both our plates (Shakshuka, one with halloumi and one with sausage) were wiped clean. Hearty portion and good value for money at £8.
Delicious, fast, and excellent service
The food was excellent, very tasty and good sized portions. We tried a chorizo avocado egg sandwich, the breakfast burrito and the salt beef hash. Amazing! Service was great too!
The breakfast was amazing and they make the best soya cappuccino! Good value for money was full after. Will definitely be going again.
Lovely Shakshuka, reasonable price!
I loved this place. I tried the beef shakshuka and it was amazing (i am also addicted to shakshuka). Staff friendly and all. My friends tried the burrito and they also liked it. It could have been a bit more cosy seating at the venue maybe but thats all.
Lovely place to go for a delicious brunch !
The food was delicious and great family friendly atmosphere. Would happily return to the good egg in a hurry and have already told my friends about both it and grub club!
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It was held in a really nice venue and the coffee was great but everything else was a bit of a let down. When we arrived we were told that there original 'soul food' had sold out the day before. Instead they were serving a breakfast burrito or merguez sausage and egg. We went for the merguez sausage which took over an hour to be served. And it wasn't worth the wait. the dish tasted primarily of tin tomatoes. There was an overcooked egg on top and a few bits of merguez sausage. A bland and disappointing dish. A shame because the location was great.
I just want to make sure you all keep me on the mailing list, etc. I rellay enjoyed the events and my personal weekly workparty at the Free Store, but have been AWOL for quite a while due to illness. Just got out of final hospital stay and hope to be back up to snuff and get re-involved by the new year.I know there's something on the site asking about ideas. I wasn't insured when I got sick, and it turns out that I'd probably have been worse off financially if I had been. Maybe a boycott on health insurance by those who have it available to them and can afford it would be an effective way to change the system. Insurance companies wield power because we're terrified and thus buy their products. But what if we sucked it up and stopped buying coverage? It wouldn't take changing anyone's opinion- the consequences of an uninsured nation might force change.Lisa
Great food, great atmosphere!
All of the dishes served were very tasty and the portions were generous, the location and atmosphere we're also nice, difficult to fault, would definitely go again!