To drink, I had genmaicha, a roasted brown rice and green tea. It had a lovely unique flavour, and the teapot and cup were just gorgeous.
I also had the foxy winter porridge which used pre-soaked organic oats with vanilla, cinnamon cardamon hazelnuts, organic coconut milk, pear and agave. This was a really nourishing bowl, the creamy oats with shredded coconut throughout and sprinkle of granola on top. The pear was a lovely addition, as was the fresh mint. Extra points for being dairy free too.
Adrian chose the pancakes made from pre-soaked buckwheat, black quinoa, coconut and rapadura with a maple-orange gloss and biodynamic yoghurt. Impressive. I might have sneaked a bite of the pancakes- and they were really yummy. He also had a hot chocolate, but thought it was quite rich- like drinking pure milk chocolate.
The set out of the place was great, you feel so comfortable surrounded by long tables, fresh flowers, plates of cutlery- it has a really nice atmosphere. We leisurely read the paper (the 9 letter today was overtaken, for anyone wondering), and it was just a relaxed and easy way to spend a morning :)
The only downside of the place was they don't serve coffee, but it's very conveniently located in the same vicinity as Don Campos, which makes an excellent cup. So no complaints there.
Have you been to Bread & Circus, or any other great places around the area? What should be next on my list?! I'm thinking The Grounds, which is close by.