New delicious menu, new happy eating, same old Salvation…

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Random day of holiday.

Sunny skies.

Holiday planning.

Out for breakfast when everyone else is in the office.

We like this. We liked this muchly.

Oh we also happen to like cinnamon french toast with ricotta, sour cherries and flaked almonds.

And we kinda don’t mind bubble and squeak cakes with pork and leek sausages, poached egg, wilted spinach, tomato relish and rocket.

Oh Jane, how you save me every time…

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Blissful brunch at Salvation Jane’s…

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Reading about a restaurant I’ve never been to before and reading that it’s worth visiting gets me more excited than I should probably say out loud. Such was the feeling when I read about Salvation Jane in Old St last year.

Brunch has become¬†massively popular over the last few years and frankly, it deserves all the respect it gets and then some. It’s the perfect time of day – you get your lie in but it doesn’t take over your whole afternoon in the way that lunch sometimes can – and it genuinely allows you, in fact it actively encourages you to pick and choose from breakfast and lunch menus and the best places even throw extra choices in just for the hell of it. Yep. Brunch and I? We’re old, super delicious friends.

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