Robert Harris – Fielding

Robert Harris – Fielding –

Reviewed by Karen – March 2014

The Place:

This is a franchise.  You can sit inside or outside.  There is plenty of counter food as well as a menu.  It doesn’t have the ‘funky’ vibe you get in the one off cafe’s, but it is still a nice atmosphere nonetheless.  There is a lot of counter food so plenty to chose from for kids.

The Service:

The service was okay.  You don’t walk out of there and immediately think I must blog awesome feedback about the service.

The presentation:

As you can see from the photo – the dish looked reasonably appealing. Nice touch with the sprig of parsley and sprinkling of pepper.

  • The Benedict – was yummy.
  • The bacon – was cooked nicely, there was plenty of it and it wasn’t fatty.
  • The eggs – were done perfectly, the eggs were runny and warm.
  • The hollandaise – was creamy, but a shame it wasn’t home made.
  • The Hash Browns – nothing to write home about, but they were okay.
  • The bread – the toasted focaccia bread was spot on.

Would we go again?

Yes, it was pleasant.  Not mind-blowing but pleasant.


Style: Classic 4/10

Taste: 6/10

Originality: 4/10

Value: 6/10 Will confirm the price, but it wasn’t too bad.  The hash browns costs extra.

Eggs: (how good they were): 6/10

Overall score: 5/10

32 Manchester Square, Fielding

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