Although 4th avenue Roasters does serve lunch – unfussy toasties, open sandwiches and salads – it’s at breakfast that the tiny, much-loved space excels. You could choose the Early Rise crumpet – topped with spicy tomato, perfectly poached egg and ham – or The Hangover – a no fail, all-in egg, bacon, tomato, chilli and three cheeses dish. Else go for the French Stack, fluffy ciabatta French toast topped with spicy tomato relish, a generous serving of bacon melted parmesan shavings.
For dessert, there are slices of freshly baked cake available that change daily.
A standard soft drink menu with outstanding coffee.
Attentive and pleasant, waitrons make you feel as comfortable as the regulars.
This laid-back street facing restaurant allows you to people-watch in peace. There’s an atmosphere of chatty neighbourliness.
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