Whilst Nineteen is actually quite a nice venue, the food there isn't the best. We had breakfast there on Sunday (which wasn't our first visit): my boyfriend had French toast; I had eggs benedict. My partner said that the French toast was a little soggy, and not as good as can be found at Purple (next door) or down the road at Perfect Blend. What confused me, though, was that my eggs benedict comprised not eggs and bacon, as is normal, or even eggs and ham, as I have also seen, but eggs on thick chunks of cold, pre-cooked pork (the type one would have for Sunday lunch). Also the eggs were really watery and the hollandaise sauce not great. Given that we had waited 20 minutes for our food to even arrive, I was pretty disappointed. I don't remember the food being this bad the first time we went, so maybe it was a blip, but I don't think I'd chance it again.
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