Yesterday we had breakfast at Cafe Cranberry in Prestatyn. I enjoy eating out for breakfast, it’s my favourite meal of the day. There are a lot of good places to go in North Wales for a great ‘Full Welsh’.
We’d gone to Prestatyn because we had a dentist’s appointment. This really shows you how much I enjoy a nice cooked breakfast. Unfortunately, I had to have a filling, so I had a very numb mouth. What else do you do when you’ve just had a filling other than drink a cappuccino and have a cooked breakfast?
A few places I’ve visited recently do a ‘small’ breakfast and Cranberry Cafe is one of those. It’s a great idea to give this option because not everyone wants to eat so much for breakfast. I’d rather have quality over quantity with my breakfast.
The breakfast consisted of bacon, sausage, egg, mushrooms, tomato, beans and a big wedge of ‘Henllan’ wholemeal bread. The cost was £4.85 for the small breakfast, the full welsh costs £6.85 which is basically the same as the small, but 2 of everything. I think the cost was pretty reasonable for what was on offer.
From what I could taste, the breakfast was good. I had to chew very slowly and cautiously but I enjoyed everything on the plate. The egg wasn’t as runny as I would like, but with the amount of dribbling I was doing, this was probably a good thing. The star of the show for me was the Henllan bread. I haven’t heard of it before, but I’ll be keeping an eye out for it.
The service was quick and friendly and the cafe had a lovely ‘local’ atmosphere. The cafe was busy so it’s obviously well thought of in the area. I’d definitely go back, but hopefully next time I’ll be able to feel my mouth.
I give the Cafe Cranberry small breakfast a rating of ****