We often visit shanklys for breakfast .They do a great breakfast and our kids love the milkshakes. Definately recommend.
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I stopped off for an English breakfast, the cafe was empty when I arrived which is unusual for a week day at 9am. I walked in with a small Lucozade bottle that I had already half consumed traveling there. Before I could sit down the...More
Food is always great there. Personally I find the women who work there not personal. I.e. They say the right things "there you go sir" but without even having eye contact interaction or sincerity. As I said great food. Just need to be that little...More
On a day trip, to Portsmouth, 9 of us went to Shanklys for breakfast. The full english & scrambled egg with baked beans on toast were equally well appreciated by all concerned. Washed down with coffee & tea we all left feeling like we'd eaten...More
Well priced and delicious breakfasts available and pleasant staff. Good variety of menu from the small to the very large appetite. Great place for a weekend breakfast.
Shanklys is a traditional Cafe serving good honest food cooked to order, home made dishes. very clean with friendly staff. You can mix and match the menu on offer. Good value eatery
Met a friend for coffee and fry-up. Food was fine. Unfortunately our private conversation was relayed back to a third party, and entirely inaccurately causing significant distress. Not somewhere to go if you expect common decency.
Excellent little cafe. Great for breakfasts and their granary bread comes from Mark the Baker opposite - so you cannot beat their bacon butties!
A great value full English breakfast. Very generous portions. The "standard" breakfast was enormous. Staff were efficient. Popular with local tradesmen and you can easily see why; a breakfast here sets you up for the whole day.
Visited for an early breakfast whilst staying nearby for the goodwood revival. Although in period costume were greeted with a friendly manner and not made to feel weird at all! We had the £6 set breakfast each, all of which was piping hot, freshly cooked...More