The "Small Breakfast" costs £3.50, and includes egg, sausage (jumbo OR Lincolnshire), bacon, beans and fried bread. A mug of tea is 80p extra, and bread and butter another 50p. The cafe is situated off Edward Benefer Way, right next to a new Asda store - pop in for some food after doing your shopping!
The food was nice, and the fried bread was perfect, not overdone as you sometimes find. The sausage was jumbo sized (I wasn't offered a choice of Lincolnshire as per the menu) and was sadly a stereotype cafe banger - fine chopped, salty and not great. The staff were exceptionally friendly and chatty.
The "Small Breakfast B1" costs £3.60, and includes egg, 2 x bacon, sausage and fried slice. A large mug of tea is £1 extra. The cafe is in Norfolk Street, is very large and has a range of tables to suit all parties, from one seater up to eight. The staff wear a nice uniform of navy blue cap, white shirt and black trousers and apron.
The sausage was poor, another low cost wholesale budget specimen, that merits no further description.