Had to go to Bradford early one weekday morning. Missed out on breakfast so decided to eat out in Bradford. Came across this lovely little cafe just outside Bradford Forster St Train Station on Cheapside. After reading the menu was impressed enough to try out their "Fry Down". This was a healthy take on the "Fry Up" Poached egg, grilled bacon and sausage, beans and fresh tomatoes with granary toast/bread (exactly how I make it at home) with a lovely cup of coffee. It was excellent! The sausages were really meaty and tasty, the bacon lovely and crisp. The bread was fresh and tasted delightful. The menu has a variety of light breakfast choices along with a lunch menu and offers smoothies that looked fresh and appetising.
The decor was clean, modern and bright; with a relaxed atmosphere. Makes you feel like just calling in for a coffee and piece of cake with a friend for a chat.
The idea behind this enterprise is to train teenagers, who would like to get into catering, be a chef, a waiter, etc or a job in the service industry, to a level where they can be gainfully employed. Even more of a reason to check this place out if you ever find yourself in Bradford.
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