Kids on sleepovers meant Sunday brunch for me, yippee. I was able to try out a place that’s long been on my list, Baker Street Coffee House in Weybridge.
The pavement tables are in a suntrap, making it a nice spot in boarderline weather. Inside the decor is simple, unpretentious and clean.
They have lots of free newspapers to browse.
Being a coffee house, they serve artisan coffee. As you may know, I don’t drink coffee so unfortunately can’t give a verdict.
Interestingly, Baker Street serves cocktails in the evening.
Service is efficient, which is good considering the bustle when we were there.
The menu is big enough to have some of the rarer choices without being a silly size. Lunch choices also look good, with sandwiches, paninis, jacket potatoes and some salads.
One problem with brunching here, they have scrumptious looking homemade cakes on display and it’s too early in the day to eat them, unless you want to breakfast Italian style. You can even pre-order whole cakes to “takeaway.”
My husband kept it simple and with a Bacon sandwich (add fried egg 50p) £3.95. The bread wasn’t the most exciting, but it was tasty and satisfying.
I had my favourite brunch choice, Eggs Hemingway – toasted English muffin, smoked salmon, poached eggs and homemade Hollandaise sacue £7.50. It did not disappoint Holladaise sauce was thick and rich, could have been watered down a slight but but overall was good. A big portion (a larger than normal muffin), it was very filling, I was still full at dinnertime.
A good brunch spot can be hard to find. Baker Street Coffee House may not have a plush interior, but the food is good. It makes for a nice, chilled breakfast spot.
34 Baker Street, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 8AU
Street parking or town car park.