East Avenue Bakehouse is now a prominent figure in Liverpool’s Bold Street , which houses an unbelievable selection of restaurants and cafes, choices include Turkish, British, Korean, Japanese, Peruvian and many more.
East Avenue Bakehouse is my first choice for breakfast because with their fresh bread displayed in the windows, the smell of fresh coffee and locally sourced bacon , where else would I want to go.
The environment Is always fresh but cosy and the décor is rustic, quirky whilst being super family friendly. Its the type of place you could have a work meeting in the morning, relax with a book at lunch and have a date with the person you met last week at that bar.
Below are some reviews of their Breakfast dishes. Let me know if you have been to East Avenue Bakehouse and if you thought it was as great as I did.
Bakehouse Benny Freshly made English muﬃn topped with two free-range eggs, your choice of gammon, spinach or salmon and ﬁnished with hollandaise sauce. – With gammon or spinach(v) £6.95 – With Scottish smoked salmon £7.25
The Hollandaise sauce was absolutely amazing , so creamy and layered with flavour. I was given a really big portion which is always good for breakfast.
Family Tradition British smoked streaky bacon, avocado, cracked black pepper and mayonnaise, as a sandwich on granary bread. £5.75
This is a truly delicious sandwich that is great for any time of day. Every component had the perfect texture and was full of flavour. Perfectly ripe avocados, smoky bacon and almost subtle mayonnaise that soaked into the crusty bread. Another Bonus is that it is super filling, I snacked substantially less that day after that breakfast. One word – Yum.
Bacon or Sausage Butty-British bacon or local sausage on fresh bread of your choice. £4.25
I do prefer my bacon more crispy , I hate it when you get stringy pale fat on the sides, It wasn’t like that all the way around but if your going to order bacon just make sure to ask for it exactly your way.
Chocolate and hazelnut tart and Latte , £ … 😦 don’t remember sorry ! but around £4.50 for the tart and £3.00 for the Latte.
The tart was really rich so I did share it with my brother but it was delicious and nutty without being too crunchy.
The Latte was bitter yet sweet and didn’t have that weird almost burnt taste that you get from chains like Costa.