Papa’s Cafe, Worcester – Review by HungryOwlOn August 5, 2019 by HungryOwl
Eating out for breakfast is something that has swept the UK by storm in recent years. What used to be an exclusive offering by the local greasy spoon cafe and department stores, now has every coffee shop, restaurant and pub fighting for attention. Worcester is no different and choice of where to go for breakfast seems to grow on a weekly basis.
After an early Saturday morning trip to the hairdressers which saw FattyCat waiting patiently for me – he was rewarded with a breakfast treat at Papa’s Cafe. The cafe is in one of Worcester’s 17th Century buildings in New Street. The interior has been lovingly and sympathetically decorated; there is also a quiet courtyard out of the back which is a delightful sun trap.
FattyCat ordered the Full English breakfast and he commented highly on the quality of the sausage and bacon, but was a little unhappy that the eggs only came as scrabbled and not fried. The granary bread toasted was fabulous and seemed homemade, but I couldn’t confirm this.
I had the fluffy pancakes with Greek yogurt and summer fruits – then I requested they swap the honey for maple syrup. They were absolutely perfect, although for my sweet tooth I would have like more syrup.
Both of us had coffee (1 Americano and 1 Latte). The blend of the coffee was to my taste.
Service was attentive and friendly. Plus I loved being able to peep into the kitchen and watch the two chefs.
I now need to returned for an afternoon tea, as the cakes in the display cabinet looked amazing especially the dark chocolate covered orange cake.