Having only been introduced to the hidden away higher-floors of Trinity just yesterday, I've been fortunate enough to dine there now twice in just twenty-four hours!
On my first visit, I was stunned by the spectacular views (fortunately, it was a sunny day) and the service was helpful, friendly and fast. Me and my friends arrived at around half ten, which was peacefully quiet and so we divulged into the breakfast menu, I had freshly squeezed orange juice, breakfast tea and to eat, the smoked salmon and scrambled eggs on brioche - it was without a doubt, one of the nicest breakfasts I've ever eaten. It was neither too big, too small or too sickly as I've found it can be when I've had this meal in other places. My friend had the basket of pastries and so when ordering, I cheekily asked if I could try some of the seaside doughnuts on the side, which the waiter kindly suggested that he would add an extra few to my friends basket free of charge - how yummy they were!
After raving about this place so much to my partner, we decided to go again this morning for breakfast a second time, unfortunately the weather had taken a turn for the worst from yesterday (it was wet and windy), and it was - as expected - slightly busier with a large party of around ten people followed by a few other tables of three to four people and so the service, as you would expect took slightly longer, but was barely noticeable as we were still in awe at the scenery and the pleasant atmosphere of the place. At this point I feel I should mention that my partner's the type to enjoy a little traditional village cafe as opposed to the more modern surroundings Angelica presents and so hearing him say he liked it is a big bonus!
Again, I ordered the salmon and my partner ordered the full English breakfast, the food arrived hot with very good portion sizes, and although you would normally think an English breakfast unhealthy, it was clear that this wasn't, or if it was, you certainly wouldn't think it. It was delightful meal yet again.
My only hinderance is the cost of certain meals, two glasses of orange juice came to £7 - now if I'm being fair it was obviously freshly squeezed but not only does it feel a lot for what it is, I was sure the menu listed it as £2 a glass, which to me seems a lot more reasonable.
I would recommend anyone to visit Angelica, but most of all on a sunny day to be able to fully appreciate the spectacular views on offer, with a delightful offering of food to follow.
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