After walking around the top floor of Trinity looking for somewhere to have a proper breakfast I found Notes. It looked nice and the menu seemed better. A young member of staff saw me and was helpful when choosing a coffee. I ordered the English breakfast and a flat white. The coffee was beautiful but that's all. The only good bit about the food service was getting a pager to let you know when your food is ready. I was given plastic cutlery and found it difficult to cut through the ping and ding food that I was served. It looked like a cheap school dinner. One leathery sausage, two strips of streaky bacon, two eggs, a mushroom that looked like it had been left out over night and some soggy bread was what I got for £7. Disappointed as the coffee was great but the food was a massive let down.
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