Great menu and the English breakfast actually looks like a proper English breakfast not just a big plate of wet eggs and ham instead of bacon. Service was quite slow, took over 10 minutes just to bring our coffees but my filter coffee was very nice. Breakfast was very nice, poached eggs cooked perfectly, the sausages weren't the best but I actually didn't mind them and you have to ask for butter for the toast but be careful as apparently butter sounds a lot like whale in Greek! Highly recommend this place especially for the breakfast
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