Friday 21st February
Today I went to the Filter + Fox cafe, Liverpool, for brunch. I am no food critic but I can certainly tell that the food was amazing in many ways. On the menu were many dishes, but the only vegetarian dish that I could see at first glance was a grilled cheese sandwich. That to you, may not seem extraordinary but it was certainly brilliant. It came with a spoonful of a lovely cafe-made sweet pickle and was served on lovely, toasted brown-seeded bread. Excuse me, but I forgot to take a photograph of the meal. Hah! I was truly very hungry.
For my drink, I had an elderflower and lemon soda. As you can imagine, it was lovely. I had never heard of such thing before, but I realise it makes so much sense to put the two flavours together!
I went with my brother and mum. My mum and I had the exact same food, drink and everything. My brother, however, had a bacon bagel and hot chocolate.
The only problem I had with this cafe is that service time was long. I didn’t mind this, but others, I imagine, would so – especially if they’re hungry! It took half an hour for just three sandwich/toasties to get to us. I can gather that this was from low staffing. Anyways, negative points aside, it was certainly worth the wait. I really enjoyed my brunch!
If you ever come to visit Liverpool, I would recommend you go and eat in local business restaurants. It is so much nicer than the chains. especially if you are with family and friends.
And I’m finished! I really enjoyed writing a post a little bit different to normal. Lifestyle posts, for me, are hard to write. But if I perfect them I’m sure that I can engage you!
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