The bf and I decided to go out for breakfast on Sunday. Earlier in the week I'd driven past the cutest looking place in Edgbaston and we'd looked it up online to find the menu and opening times. So, we got up on Sunday morning and drove in the rain, looking forward to some tasty breakfast. We arrived, and it was shut. Massive bummer.
As we sulked on our way back to the car though we walked past The High Field. We saw a couple eating in the window who looked like they were enjoying themselves, and so thought we'd take a chance on this unknown place and see if it could satisfy our shattered breakfast expectations.
From the moment we walked through the door I knew this was my kind of place. The decor was fresh and more than a little bit quirky, and the staff were super friendly and attentive.
The attention to detail was really impressive. From the uniform table settings, sheepskin seat covers and fresh flowers in vases, to the makeshift Lyle's Golden Syrup sugar bowls and sweet little side-dish of smarties with our pots of tea, I can tell that there is no expense spared to make the dining experience here comfortable and enjoyable.
We ordered the pancakes with maple syrup and bacon, and the eggs Benedict with smoke salmon to share. Oh. My. God. We were not disappointed. Feast your eyes on these babies...
The pancakes were amazing, and the eggs Benedict were quite honestly the best I've ever had. The portions were massive too! Definitely a must visit if you're a breakfast fan! X