One of my absolute favourite places to visit in Leicester is Mrs Bridges tea rooms. If you live in Leicester and haven't visited at least once then you just have been living under a rock. Before I talk about the amazing food, I want to talk about the feel of the place. First built in 1723 this cosy little cafe still has the feel of an old tea room and the staff are possibly the friendliest around. I have been in there many times and not once have I had below excellent service or food for that matter!
The menu is pretty huge but everything is done well. It has become an annual tradition that myself and Kirstie visit each year for afternoon tea on my birthday. At under £10 per person for sandwiches, scones, cakes and a pot of tea you really can't complain!
I also regularly visit for breakfast or brunch (as you may have seen in this post) and my favourite is the French toast with bacon. They do a range of breakfasts from the humble breakfast sandwich to the out there with their Caspian breakfast with cream cheese, avocado and waffles!
They also have a huge sandwich menu so there is always something to take my fancy! One of my favourites is the hot pork with feta, spinach and beetroot ketchup. One of my biggest loves at the moment is sandwiches and I am trying to recreate some of their recipes at home but honestly I do not have the skills to cook the meat as fantastic as their chefs do!
What is your favourite dish at Mrs Bridges?