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Start the day with steel-cut oats, a freshly baked croissant, or a bowl of muesli, seeds, oats, walnuts, cranberries, apricot and double cream chia pudding topped with fresh fruit. Skip the carbs with the two-egg, bacon, mushroom, spinach and feta breakfast and for those feeling adventurous, the Mexican fiesta offers toast topped with onion, tomato, cannellini and red kidney beans, sweetcorn, cumin, coriander, avo, sour cream and cheddar cheese.
Baja scrambled eggs with fresh green chilli, coriander, tomato, Parmesan, spring onion and lime with a toasted tortilla; a traditional Welsh rarebit with bacon and tomato chutney; and potato rosti topped with bacon, poached eggs and creamy mushrooms make patrons want to return for more.
Light lunches include salads, josper grill sandwiches and toasties. Those feeling more peckish can opt for more substantial dishes, such as fish and chips or chicken served in a wrap, prego roll or souvlaki-style with Greek salad. The grilled chicken and zucchini ribbon salad is deliciously crunchy, served with feta, sun-dried tomatoes, cashew nuts, Cajun spiced panko breadcrumbs, drizzled with lemon basil dressing and balsamic glaze. Other classics like quiche Lorraine, peri-peri chicken livers served with warm artisan bread and hake and salmon fish cakes round off the lunch menu.
The dinner menu comes into play each evening offering hearty grills, burgers, curries and pasta dishes. The Calamari Ponta Do Ouro grilled with lemon butter, peri-peri sauce and roasted cherry tomatoes, tarragon and fries is a triumph of flavours.
End off on a sweet note with toasted banana bread topped with caramelised bananas, Nutella, pecans and vanilla ice cream, or a delectable baked cheesecake with blueberry compote and whipped cream.
Choose from milkshakes, smoothies and fresh juices, with boutique wines, gin and speciality rum, brandy, whisky, grappa and craft beers all featuring on a well-considered drinks menu.
Friendly and attentive without being intrusive. The staff are well trained and it’s a pleasure to watch the kitchen at work through the service hatch.
An industrial chic interior with exposed brick, banquette seating and café tables leads to a leafy outdoor courtyard that’s perfect for sunny days. The vibe is relaxed and casual – you’ll find ladies who lunch alongside those talking business, as well as groups enjoying a celebration. The venue can be hired out in its entirety.
Meals with friends or celebrations.
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Bellevue Cafe is literally one of my favourite places, from breakfasts to pastries to delicious food. We just about eat there once a day. The food is absolutely out of this world and the vibe is very relaxed and friendly, I would recommend Bellevue to anybody who enjoys a meal or coffee fit for a king. Cappuccinos that make you smile! Thumbs up Chris Black and Guy Cluver, we love you guys!