Latest Cafes from caffs.co.uk http://www.caffs.co.uk Discover all the latest cafes from caffs.co.uk. Redbeck Motel Many thanks to <a href='http://twitter.com/LiloMan_LUFC'>Andy Hirst</a> for suggesting this on Twitter, allowing our fried spies to mop up the info.<br><br>The <a href='http://www.redbeck.site11.com/'> Redbeck Motel</a> has more services than your usual caff, including licensed bar [with Al serving] and accommodation if the an over-night post fry-up nap is required. Why not fill the kids full of cheap squash and unleash them on the ball-pool?<br><br>In Andy's words: champion!<br><br>Doncaster Road, Crofton, Wakefield WF4 1RR http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=198 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=198 Poppy's Cafe Our fried spies picked up on <a href='http://twitter.com/bryndlewindle'>bryndlewindle</a>'s chatter of a caff in Epping. Further investigation uncovered the name and location. Good work!<br><br>309 High Street, Epping CM16 4DA http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=197 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=197 Ossie's Cafe Winner of the Best Contribution to Local Area, by <a href='http://www.loveyourcaff.co.uk/'>loveyourcaff.com</a>.<br><br>Go and give Mr O. D. Alcici an overdue congratulatory visit and do some research beforehand by visiting the Ossie's Cafe <a href='http://www.ossiescafe.co.uk/'>website</a>.<br><br>Unit 10 Copperfields Shopping Centre, Spital Street, Dartford, Kent DA1 2DE http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=196 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=196 JJ's Cafe Winner of the <a href='http://www.loveyourcaff.co.uk/winner07.htm'>2007 Best Caff Award</a>. Fans of JJ's [big fans] can even <a href='http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-15009918.html'>buy the cafe</a> if they like!<br><br>Newcastle Upon Tyne NE6 1SD http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=195 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=195 The Golden Grill No content as yet.<br><br>1 Stainash Parade, Staines TW18 1BB http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=194 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=194 Waywest Cafe Who says men can't multi-task? I can drive a car, negotiate over-taking a HGV <i>and</i> make a note of the Waywest Cafe on my way down South on the A1. I stopped short of taking a picture and causing a fizzing great road hazard, you'll be glad to hear...<br><br>Great North Road, Darrington, Pontefract WF8 3HU http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=193 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=193 Tasty Cafe Taken from a tweet by <a href='http://twitter.com/Lizzles_Yelp'>Lizzles_Yelp</a> who sez: "Perfect greasy spoon!". Next time we're in the Captal...<br><br>72 St John Street, London EC1M 4DT http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=192 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=192 Springfield Cafe No content as yet.<br><br>123 Bounds Green Road, Bowes Park London N11 2PP http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=191 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=191 Sunrise Cafe No content as yet.<br><br>80 Bounds Green Road, Bowes Park London N11 2EU http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=190 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=190 Gourmandise No content as yet.<br><br>6 Royal Parade, Ealing, London W5 1ET http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=189 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=189 George's Cafe No content as yet.<br><br>573 Chiswick High Road, Chiswick London W4 3AY http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=188 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=188 Strand Cafe No content as yet.<br><br>109 Strand On The Green, Chiswick London W4 3NQ http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=187 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=187 The Roundabout Cafe No content as yet.<br><br>1-2 Twickenham Road, London TW9 2SE http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=186 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=186 Bridge Cafe No content as yet.<br><br>9 Stile Hall Parade, Chiswick, London W4 3AG http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=185 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=185 Bev's Cafe No content as yet.<br><br>A19 between York and Thirsk http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=184 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=184 Cafe Unique No content as yet.<br><br>13a Bondgate, Darlington DL3 7JE http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=183 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=183 Kirkgate Cafe No content as yet.<br><br>18 Kirkgate, Silsden, Keighley, West Yorkshire BD20 0AL http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=182 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=182 Eureka Cafe No content as yet.<br><br>Two Mills, Parkgate Road, Woodbank, Chester CH1 6EZ http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=181 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=181 Copper Kettle Ignore the tea-cake, I'd already eaten two all-day breakfasts before continuing my research here.<br><br>40 Huby Court, York YO1 9UD http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=180 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=180 Big Jon's Cabin From Big Jon himself [we think]! A brand new cafe in Corby. We'd love to hear, see and taste more!<br><br>Many thanks, Big John!<br><br>Geddington road, Corby NN18 8BZ http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=179 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=179 Bedford Cafe Your last oily hope before lo-carb Barnes on the Lower Richmond Road.<br><br>219 Lower Richmond Road, Putney SW15 1HJ http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=178 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=178 Capital Cafe Spied this out the corner of my oily eye during a drive to the Chrimbo sales, innit.<br><br>16 London Road, Morden SM4 5BQ http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=177 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=177 King Cafe Spied this out the corner of my oily eye during a drive to the Chrimbo sales, innit.<br><br>196 Kingston Road, New Malden, KT3 3RJ http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=176 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=176 Sunshine Cafe Spied this out the corner of my oily eye during a drive to the Chrimbo sales, innit.<br><br>244 Kingston Road, New Malden, KT3 3RN http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=175 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=175 Fat Boy's Spied this out the corner of my oily eye during a drive to the Chrimbo sales, innit.<br><br>204 Cambridge Road, Kingston Upon Thames, KT1 3LU http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=174 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=174 River Cafe Spied this out the corner of my oily eye during a drive to the Chrimbo sales, innit.<br><br>35 Cambridge Road, Kingston Upon Thames, KT1 3NQ http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=173 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=173 The Limit Cafe Fantastic little cafe in Borth, just north of Aberystwyth called The Limit Cafe. Fantastic all day breakfast £4.99 and Jam Roly poly with custard for £2.20<br><br>High Street, Borth, Dyfed SY24 5JQ http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=172 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=172 London Road Cafe [nee Tuck Inn] It's raining ham!<br><br>Thanks to <a href='http://www.sallywalker.me.uk'>Sally Walker</a> and <a href='http://burfordsecretarial.com'>Charlotte Burford</a> for this one - none other than the Tuck Inn in Kent. There's lots of love going around for the Inn, and even an appreciation society on <a href='http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=2396984564'>Facebook</a>! Whatever next? A statue? Here's hoping!<br><br>1 Hartlip Hill, Hartlip, Sittingbourne, Kent http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=171 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=171 Cafe Vivaldi Recommended highly by mid-week frequenter, <a href='http://www.chelsea-mad.co.uk/'>Paul Lagan</a> who says:<br><br>"excellent service, good grub too..."<br><br>Why not go in of a Wednesday a get him a strong tea? Or better still - pick up his tab!<br><br>Cheers, Paul!<br><br>2 Leigham Hall Parade, Streatham High Road, London SW16 1DR http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=170 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=170 Junction 29 Truckstop If an ensemble like <a href='http://www.themisers.co.uk'>The Misers</a> eat here, then it must be cheap - or better still - they give away free food! Dubbed 'The Best M1 Truckstop', you'd better believe Junction 29 Truckstop, or it'll be a fight with Clint Eastwood [and an Orangutan] in the car park outside!<br><br>Thanks Messrs. Misers!<br><br>Check the <a href='http://www.junction29.co.uk'>Junction 29 website</a>.<br><br>Holmewood Industrial Estate, Chesterfield, Derbyshire S42 5SA http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=169 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=169 Newington Coffee Shop We caught <a href='http://www.facebook.com/home.php?ref=logo#/profile.php?id=666170991&ref=profile'>Edinburgh Martin</a> raving about this fried gem:<br><br>"Top notch massive breakfast at Newington Caff. Proper traditional greasy spoon! Just what Sunday morning demands. Lovely staff, good breakfasts! Decent prices. Perfect hangover cure!"<br><br>A glowing recommendation!<br><br>69 South Clerk Street, Edinburgh EH8 9PP http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=168 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=168 Greedies <a href='http://www.unltd.org.uk'>Jonathan Jenkins</a> threw two Isleworth eggs at us! <a href='http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=166'>The Noshery</a>; and this one! What a fab name!<br><br>Erm... They've got a <a href='http://www.greediesworld.co.uk/'>website</a>.<br><br>Many thanks, Jonathan - it's a pleasure to serve - there's a badge in the post for you!<br><br>49 South Street, Isleworth, Middlesex TW7 7AA http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=167 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=167 The Noshery <a href='http://www.unltd.org.uk'>Jonathan Jenkins</a> threw two Isleworth eggs at us! <a href='http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=167'>Greedies</a> and this one! Get in!<br><br>Many thanks, Jonathan - it's a pleasure to serve - there's a badge in the post for you!<br><br>491a London Road, Isleworth, Middlesex TW7 4DA http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=166 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=166 The Delight Cafe Big props to <a href='http://www.subterraneans.co.uk'>Jude Rawlins</a> for pin-pointing this Delight! Of which he says:<br><br>"The bubble'n'squeak is very good, and the black pudding is exceptional."<br><br>Looks, sounds and smells proper boss! Many thanks, Jude!<br><br>483 Roman Road, London E3 5LX http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=165 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=165 Vinnies <a href='http://twitter.com/ijoeallen'>Joe Allen</a> has submitted two caffs to the cause: <a href='http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=163'>Jenkins Cafe</a> and this one, of which he says:<br><br>"Bit dirty but do a great breakfast called the Gutbuster."<br><br>Now, we're sure 'dirty' means good like Michael Jackson means 'bad'! But not 'bad' as in 'badass' [or 'dirtyass' for that matter]. Erm...<br><br>Good work, Joe - there's a badge winging its way down the Roman Road to you!<br><br>Head Street, 1 Headgate, Colchester CO1 1NU http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=164 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=164 Jenkins Cafe <a href='http://twitter.com/ijoeallen'>Joe Allen</a> has submitted two caffs to the cause: <a href='http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=164'>Vinnies</a> [home to the famous 'Gutbuster'] and this one, right in Colchester's yolk.<br><br>Good work, Joe - there's a badge winging its way down the Roman Road to you!<br><br>42 St. Johns Street, Town Centre, Colchester CO2 7AD http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=163 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=163 Breakfast at Tiffanys <a href='http://twitter.com/zarkarva'>Jack Dineen</a> gets our hearts racing with this one. And we don't mean in the artery hardening sense!:<br><br>"great fry up, smashing girl behind the jump, not sure what her name is though.....!"<br><br>Good work, Jack. And good luck with the mystery serveuse!<br><br>20a, Eversley Rd, Bexhill-On-Sea, East Sussex TN40 1HE http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=162 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=162 Coffee Mill Highlighted by <a href='http://twitter.com/j_monster'>Jeremy Fowler</a>, or J Man as we now know him. He says:<br><br>"A great all English breakfast ! mmm."<br><br>Fabbo! Thanks, J Man! <br><br>91 High Street, Teddington TW11 8HG http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=161 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=161 Village Cafe Thank you <a href='http://www.antoniolulic.com'>Antonio Lulic</a> for oiling caffs.co.uk's Difference Engine cogs with this one, who draws our attention to:<br><br> "£4.20 for 2x bacon, sausage, egg, beans, toast and tea."<br><br> Surely that can't be London price? It's almost worth getting the train down from York! <br><br>212A Mare Street, Hackney, London E8 3RD http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=160 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=160 Palace Cafe Many thanks to <a href='http://twitter.com/juliebindel'>Julie Bindel</a> for highlighting this saturated sanctuary from the Crouch End twats! Apologies for offending any one from Crouch End, but you did ask for it. You'll too busy down at Banners or Hot Pepper Jelly to care anyway...<br><br>157 Tottenham Lane, London, N8 9BT http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=159 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=159 Quernhow Transport Cafe Have skidded off the A1 [it's a tricky procedure coming off here!] on many an occasion to visit this caff. You won't find a reason not to: it's open 24 hours, and will still be open when your flimsy excuse runs out.<br><br>Check out their website: <a href='http://www.a1cafe.co.uk/'>A1 Cafe</a>.<br><br>Quernhow Cafe, Aidenbery, Thirsk, YO7 4LG http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=158 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=158 Fountain Cafe You'll rub your eyes at this oily string of caffs on Southend Sea-front highlighted by <a href='http://twitter.com/jupitusphillip'>Phill Jupitus</a>.<br><br>Bar one kiss-me-quick hat shop, each one is a caff! Everyone wins a prize! Including Phill whose greasy pin-pointing tips us over the 150 mark and qualifies him a wrinkly five pound note! Well done, Phill!<br><br>Apparently there's more than a dozen. Stuff Costa del Sol - a fortnight in Southend-on-Sea it is!<br><br>20 Palmeira Parade, Westcliff On Sea SS0 7RR http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=157 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=157 Mermaid Cafe You'll rub your eyes at this oily string of caffs on Southend Sea-front highlighted by <a href='http://twitter.com/jupitusphillip'>Phill Jupitus</a>.<br><br>Bar one kiss-me-quick hat shop, each one is a caff! Everyone wins a prize! Including Phill whose greasy pin-pointing tips us over the 150 mark and qualifies him a wrinkly five pound note! Well done, Phill!<br><br>Apparently there's more than a dozen. Stuff Costa del Sol - a fortnight in Southend-on-Sea it is!<br><br>19 Palmeira Parade, Westcliff On Sea SS0 7RR http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=156 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=156 The Estuary You'll rub your eyes at this oily string of caffs on Southend Sea-front highlighted by <a href='http://twitter.com/jupitusphillip'>Phill Jupitus</a>.<br><br>Bar one kiss-me-quick hat shop, each one is a caff! Everyone wins a prize! Including Phill whose greasy pin-pointing tips us over the 150 mark and qualifies him a wrinkly five pound note! Well done, Phill!<br><br>Apparently there's more than a dozen. Stuff Costa del Sol - a fortnight in Southend-on-Sea it is!<br><br>18 Palmeira Parade, Westcliff On Sea SS0 7RR http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=155 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=155 Riverside Cafe You'll rub your eyes at this oily string of caffs on Southend Sea-front highlighted by <a href='http://twitter.com/jupitusphillip'>Phill Jupitus</a>.<br><br>Bar one kiss-me-quick hat shop, each one is a caff! Everyone wins a prize! Including Phill whose greasy pin-pointing tips us over the 150 mark and qualifies him a wrinkly five pound note! Well done, Phill!<br><br>Apparently there's more than a dozen. Stuff Costa del Sol - a fortnight in Southend-on-Sea it is!<br><br>16 Palmeira Parade, Westcliff On Sea SS0 7RR http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=154 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=154 The Barge Cafe You'll rub your eyes at this oily string of caffs on Southend Sea-front highlighted by <a href='http://twitter.com/jupitusphillip'>Phill Jupitus</a>.<br><br>Bar one kiss-me-quick hat shop, each one is a caff! Everyone wins a prize! Including Phill whose greasy pin-pointing tips us over the 150 mark and qualifies him a wrinkly five pound note! Well done, Phill!<br><br>Apparently there's more than a dozen. Stuff Costa del Sol - a fortnight in Southend-on-Sea it is!<br><br>15 Palmeira Parade, Westcliff On Sea SS0 7RR http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=153 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=153 Jolly Roger Cafe You'll rub your eyes at this oily string of caffs on Southend Sea-front highlighted by <a href='http://twitter.com/jupitusphillip'>Phill Jupitus</a>.<br><br>Bar one kiss-me-quick hat shop, each one is a caff! Everyone wins a prize! Including Phill whose greasy pin-pointing tips us over the 150 mark and qualifies him a wrinkly five pound note! Well done, Phill!<br><br>Apparently there's more than a dozen. Stuff Costa del Sol - a fortnight in Southend-on-Sea it is!<br><br>14 Palmeira Parade, Westcliff On Sea SS0 7RR http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=152 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=152 The Captains Table You'll rub your eyes at this oily string of caffs on Southend Sea-front highlighted by <a href='http://twitter.com/jupitusphillip'>Phill Jupitus</a>.<br><br>Bar one kiss-me-quick hat shop, each one is a caff! Everyone wins a prize! Including Phill whose greasy pin-pointing tips us over the 150 mark and qualifies him a wrinkly five pound note! Well done, Phill!<br><br>Apparently there's more than a dozen. Stuff Costa del Sol - a fortnight in Southend-on-Sea it is!<br><br>13 Palmeira Parade, Westcliff On Sea SS0 7RR http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=151 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=151 Riviera Cafe You'll rub your eyes at this oily string of caffs on Southend Sea-front highlighted by <a href='http://twitter.com/jupitusphillip'>Phill Jupitus</a>.<br><br>Bar one kiss-me-quick hat shop, each one is a caff! Everyone wins a prize! Including Phill whose greasy pin-pointing tips us over the 150 mark and qualifies him a wrinkly five pound note! Well done, Phill!<br><br>Apparently there's more than a dozen. Stuff Costa del Sol - a fortnight in Southend-on-Sea it is!<br><br>12 Palmeira Parade, Westcliff On Sea SS0 7RR http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=150 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=150 Fountain Cafe You'll rub your eyes at this oily string of caffs on Southend Sea-front highlighted by <a href='http://twitter.com/jupitusphillip'>Phill Jupitus</a>.<br><br>Bar one kiss-me-quick hat shop, each one is a caff! Everyone wins a prize! Including Phill whose greasy pin-pointing tips us over the 150 mark and qualifies him a wrinkly five pound note! Well done, Phill!<br><br>Apparently there's more than a dozen. Stuff Costa del Sol - a fortnight in Southend-on-Sea it is!<br><br>20 Palmeira Parade, Westcliff On Sea SS0 7RR http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=149 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=149 Sea Breeze You'll rub your eyes at this oily string of caffs on Southend Sea-front highlighted by <a href='http://twitter.com/jupitusphillip'>Phill Jupitus</a>. Bar one kiss-me-quick hat shop, each one is a caff! Everyone wins a prize! Including Phill whose greasy pin-pointing tips us over the 150 mark and qualifies him a wrinkly five pound note! Well done, Phill!<br><br>Apparently there's more than a dozen. Stuff Costa del Sol - a fortnight in Southend-on-Sea it is!<br><br>10 Palmeira Parade, Westcliff On Sea SS0 7RR http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=148 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=148 Waters Edge Cafe You'll rub your eyes at this oily string of caffs on Southend Sea-front highlighted by <a href='http://twitter.com/jupitusphillip'>Phill Jupitus</a>.<br><br>Bar one kiss-me-quick hat shop, each one is a caff! Everyone wins a prize! Including Phill whose greasy pin-pointing tips us over the 150 mark and qualifies him a wrinkly five pound note! Well done, Phill!<br><br>Apparently there's more than a dozen. Stuff Costa del Sol - a fortnight in Southend-on-Sea it is!<br><br>9 Palmeira Parade, Westcliff On Sea SS0 7RR http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=147 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=147 P Taylor You'll rub your eyes at this oily string of caffs on Southend Sea-front highlighted by <a href='http://twitter.com/jupitusphillip'>Phill Jupitus</a>.<br><br>Bar one kiss-me-quick hat shop, each one is a caff! Everyone wins a prize! Including Phill whose greasy pin-pointing tips us over the 150 mark and qualifies him a wrinkly five pound note! Well done, Phill!<br><br>Apparently there's more than a dozen. Stuff Costa del Sol - a fortnight in Southend-on-Sea it is!<br><br>8 Palmeira Parade, Westcliff On Sea SS0 7RR http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=146 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=146 Cornish Cafe Politely supplied by Damian Bevan in full English! Thanks, Deebs!<br><br>Has anyone been here? Have you been back, Damian? We would love your thoughts and - bestest ever - a photo! info@caffs.co.uk! All submissions get a shiny badge, don't you know?<br><br>2-3 Edinburgh Way, Harlow CM20 2DG http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=145 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=145 Rumbling Tum Cafe Thanks for this one, <a href-'http://finchsells.com'>Finch</a> - sounds proper boss!<br><br> Has anybody been here? Have you been back, Finch? We would love your thoughts and - bestest ever - a photo! <a href='mailto:info@caffs.co.uk'>info@caffs.co.uk</a>! All submissions get a shiny badge, don't you know?<br><br>443 Victoria Road, Ruislip, Middlesex HA4 0EG http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=144 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=144 Breakout Cafe Proceed straight to jail! The fantastically named Breakout Cafe' opposite Pentonville Prison. I wonder if they'll fry a file in with their bangers?<br><br> Thanks to <a href='http://markthreemedia.com'>Mark Allen</a> for this'n, who says:<br><br> "Ace greasy spoon."<br><br> Have you been here? Have you been back, Mark? We would love your thoughts and - bestest ever - a photo! <a href='mailto:info@caffs.co.uk'>info@caffs.co.uk</a>! All submissions get a shiny badge, don't you know?<br><br>419 Caledonian Road, Islington, London N7 9BQ http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=143 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=143 Taste Buds Adam Leadbetter's fave caff! Tell us why, Adam!<br><br> Have you been here? Have you been back, Adam? We would love your thoughts and - bestest ever - a photo! <a href='mailto:info@caffs.co.uk'>info@caffs.co.uk</a>! All submissions get a shiny badge, don't you know?<br><br>18 Pembroke Place, Liverpool L3 5PX http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=142 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=142 Rheidol Cafe Spotted by <a href='http://www.twitter.com/liefkendall'>Leif Kendall</a> and has a hi-viz endorsement judging by Google Street View's results!<br><br> Have you been here? Have you been back, Lief? We would love your thoughts and - bestest ever - a photo! <a href='mailto:info@caffs.co.uk'>info@caffs.co.uk</a>! All submissions get a shiny badge, don't you know?<br><br>1A Rheidol Terrace, London N1 8NT http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=141 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=141 PJ's We eavesdropped AzzyWazzy who alerted us to this fine specimen. Many thanks, AW!<br><br> Have you been here? Have you been back, AzzyWazzy? We would love your thoughts and - bestest ever - a photo! <a href='mailto:info@caffs.co.uk'>info@caffs.co.uk</a>! All submissions get a shiny badge, don't you know?<br><br>18-20 Burley St, Leeds LS3 1LB http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=140 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=140 Big Jim's Little Cafe Pointed out by Deborah Kelly. Apparently you can bring your own alcohol! Perfect!<br><br> Have you been here? Have you been back, Deborah? We would love your thoughts and - bestest ever - a photo! <a href='mailto:info@caffs.co.uk'>info@caffs.co.uk</a>! All submissions get a shiny badge, don't you know?<br><br>Seabrook Road, Hythe, Kent CT21 5QW http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=139 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=139 Maggie May's We haven't been - but good egg, <a href='http://vindalooqueen.blogspot.com/'>VindalooQueen</a> has! And raves about it:<br><br> "the hot choc is tasty, the fry ups are large and greasy and there are loads of good papers!"<br><br> Get in! Make sure you check out her <a href='http://vindalooqueen.blogspot.com/'>blog</a>, and witness the excellent work that she does for the fried cause!<br><br> Have you been here? Have you been back, VQ? We would love your thoughts and - bestest ever - a photo! <a href='mailto:info@caffs.co.uk'>info@caffs.co.uk</a>! All submissions get a shiny badge, don't you know?<br><br>90 Bold St, Liverpool L1 4HY http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=138 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=138 Friend's Cafe Many thanks to the Twit-tastic <a href='http://twitter.com/CptHolster'>Sparkle</a> for the recommendation for this one. Next time we're in Levenshulme, the strong splosh is on us!<br><br> Have you been here? Have you been back, Sparkle? We would love your thoughts and - bestest ever - a photo! <a href='mailto:info@caffs.co.uk'>info@caffs.co.uk</a>! All submissions get a shiny badge, don't you know?<br><br>891 Stockport Road Stockport Road, Levenshulme, Manchester M19 3PG http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=137 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=137 West Station Cafe Further Twit-fishing caught us the West Station Cafe following a recorded visit by <a href='http://twitter.com/thelastnameleft'>K Moodie</a>.<br><br>K tells us they've even got a Facebook page <a href='http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=62167396631'>here</a>! Heavens - it's the future coming at us all too fast. Read the rules before you go...<br><br> Have you been here? Have you been back, K? We would love your thoughts and - bestest ever - a photo! <a href='mailto:info@caffs.co.uk'>info@caffs.co.uk</a>! All submissions get a shiny badge, don't you know?<br><br>2 Newton Street, Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland, PA16 8UJ http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=136 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=136 Fresh Cafe [Formerly Cafe Chantilly] We stalked <a href='http://twitter.com/restyrestall'>James</a> on Twitter who simply said:<br><br> "classic fryup :)"<br><br> Many thanks, James for this Capital feeder!<br><br>Have you been here? Have you been back, James? We would love your thoughts and - bestest ever - a photo! <a href='mailto:info@caffs.co.uk'>info@caffs.co.uk</a>! All submissions get a shiny badge, don't you know? <br><br>212 Borough High Street, London SE1 1JX http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=135 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=135 Bev's Baps Jonathan drove past Bev's Baps and the conjured images almost made him write off the Civic!<br><br> Have you been here? Have you been back, Jonathan? We would love your thoughts and - bestest ever - a photo! <a href='mailto:info@caffs.co.uk'>info@caffs.co.uk</a>! All submissions get a shiny badge, don't you know?<br><br>3 Green Lane, Greetland, Halifax, HX4 8AB http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=134 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=134 Forge Market Cafe Harvested from a Twitter trawl and many thanks to <a href='http://twitter.com/PantBadger'>PantBadger</a> for the eggs up. She's even got a list of caffs, which we're eager to trade for a shiny badge!<br><br>Have you been here? Have you been back, PantBadger? We would love your thoughts and - bestest ever - a photo! <a href='mailto:info@caffs.co.uk'>info@caffs.co.uk</a>! All submissions get a shiny badge, don't you know?:<br><br>Forge Market, 1201 Duke Street, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G31 5NZ http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=133 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=133 The Gate Grill House Harvested from a Twitter trawl and many thanks to <a href='http://twitter.com/shiv5468'>shiv5468</a> for the eggs up.<br><br>Have you been here? Have you been back, shiv5468? We would love your thoughts and - bestest ever - a photo! <a href='mailto:info@caffs.co.uk'>info@caffs.co.uk</a>! All submissions get a shiny badge, don't you know?:<br><br>126 Aldersgate Street, London EC1A 4JQ http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=132 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=132 Castle Cafe Our Deep Fried Spies found Sebastian Breaks on Twitter, and his heavy praise for the Castle Cafe:<br><br>"There are times when only a greasy spoon will do! Castle Cafe, Llantrisant rules this world."<br><br>A credit to Sebastian also for his fantastic photo. Everyone apart from his half-eaten all-day-breakfast is a bit camera-shy. Good work, SB!<br><br>50 High Street, Llantrisant, Pontyclun CF72 8BR http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=131 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=131 Crichton Avenue Cafe More an essential community service than a caff, Crichton Avenue Cafe oils a wide catchment from its prime position in the centre of Clifton. Wall-mount TV set to JK, notice-board of events and Argos catalogue to dream of plasma screens whilst you tuck in. At 1:30 there's usually an invasion by the Canon Lee kids who come, exchange a pound for a cone of chips and flick 45 degree V signs at Jamie Oliver in the process.<br><br> Don't ignore the signs - a Comic Sans triptych calling customers for all-day breakfasts from the 4 corners of Clifton. Bless you Crichton Avenue Cafe! <br><br>49 Crichton Avenue, Clifton, York YO30 6EF http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=130 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=130 Snax A greasy spoon chain? Tell us more, <a href='http://vindalooqueen.blogspot.com/'>VindalooQueen</a>!<br><br> "Greasy spoon with tasty options too!<br><br> In my fight against boring chains like McDonalds and Starbucks, I like to visit independent local businesses as they are usually cheaper, friendlier and you don't leave hungry! My recent discovery is Snax in Edinburgh.<br><br> Snax is a greasy spoon and has 3 branches. Despite being a greasy spoon, it offers lovely healthy options like Lentil Soup and Jackets filled to burst with Meditteranean salad. I discovered this hidden gem by chance. I was walking along Princes St, refusing to go in a touristy cafe which charges 6 quid for a sarnie when suddenly, I saw the Snax menu advertised. I followed the signs to what looked like a derelict building and passed a few tramps drinking White Lightning. A wild goose chase, I thought. Then I saw it! It was cosy and friendly with a tasty, varied menu. It's the type of chippy/greasy spoon you can even bring your fussy friend on a diet too as they even do lovely fresh salads-technically, it's not such a greasy spoon! Tourists will love this place as it is conveniently located close to hotels and they can get a breakfast here for £3, as opposed to £15 in their hotel.<br><br> The one thing that spoils this place is that it is patronised by every motorist's worst enemy- the Traffic Warden. Don't let this sight put you off though!"<br><br><br><br>8 Portland Place, Leith, Edinburgh EH6 6LA http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=129 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=129 Sunrise Cafe Fresh off the griddle! Mr Jinks threw down a Twitter vote and Sunrise Cafe became MP of lunchtime! Get in!<br><br>Many thanks, Mr J!<br><br>80 Bounds Green Road, Bowes Park, London, N11 2EU http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=128 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=128 Sunnyside Up Cafe Twitter and in particular Sam Whitney threw this one up and took me all the way back to my child-hood... I used to come to the Agora in Wolverton as a young boy and swap my black pumps [and 40p] for a size 1 set of roller skates in a bid to try and knock my own teeth out on the roller rink. What a splendid flashback to my youth and the red brick precursor to the Central Milton Keynes shopping centre.<br><br>Of the Sunnyside, Sam says:<br><br>"Pretty traditional greasy spoon menu, quite cheap, lovely friendly staff."<br><br>Next time I'm walking down memory lane, I'll stop by the Sunnyside for some fried fare! Many thanks, Sam!<br><br>The Agora Centre, Church Street, Wolverton, Milton Keynes MK12 5LG http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=127 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=127 Victoria Snack Bar Annual patron, Sue Atkins recommends this one for us. I don't normally care for football, but I hope Sue's team carry on winning, bringing her here [each year] and keeping Victoria Snack Bar in egg, chips and beans!<br><br>11 Terminus Pl, London, SW1V 1JR http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=126 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=126 Ramone's It's another win for Wales, and for us in our quest to fatten our UK Egg Map up. Many thanks to Mrs G for this one, who says:<br><br>"Awesome fry-up. Awesome."<br><br>Sounds like she's still in shock! Many thanks, Mrs G! And thanks for these fantastic before and after shots too!<br><br>64 Salisbury Road, Cardiff CF24 4AD http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=125 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=125 Y Of Sleaford We stalked Pete on Twit-hole after he said the C word:<br><br>"I thinks it's called Y of Sleaford. Typical place, fry ups, omelettes, chips etc. But very bright, lots of windows. Friendly staff too."<br><br>It is called Y of Sleaford! And I can't wait to give whoever's driving the car a sustained distraction, taking us at least 30 miles off the M1 - to Sleaford!<br><br>2-4 Market Place, Sleaford NG34 7SD http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=124 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=124 Alexandra's Cafe That's two in Rotherham in one day. Many thanks to <a href='http://lastplaceonthe.net'>James Robinson</a> for drawing our fried spies to his 'dirty great butty', and ultimately its source: Alexandra's Cafe.<br><br>Apparently they also cater for weddings - good enough reason to get married, what!<br><br>I wonder if James knows <a href='http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=120'>RJ</a>? Many thanks for the photo too, James!<br><br>Alexandra Centre, Rail Mill Way, Parkgate, Rotherham S62 6JE http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=123 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=123 Snax A greasy spoon chain? Tell us more, <a href='http://vindalooqueen.blogspot.com/'>VindalooQueen</a>!<br><br> "Greasy spoon with tasty options too!<br><br> In my fight against boring chains like McDonalds and Starbucks, I like to visit independent local businesses as they are usually cheaper, friendlier and you don't leave hungry! My recent discovery is Snax in Edinburgh.<br><br> Snax is a greasy spoon and has 3 branches. Despite being a greasy spoon, it offers lovely healthy options like Lentil Soup and Jackets filled to burst with Meditteranean salad. I discovered this hidden gem by chance. I was walking along Princes St, refusing to go in a touristy cafe which charges 6 quid for a sarnie when suddenly, I saw the Snax menu advertised. I followed the signs to what looked like a derelict building and passed a few tramps drinking White Lightning. A wild goose chase, I thought. Then I saw it! It was cosy and friendly with a tasty, varied menu. It's the type of chippy/greasy spoon you can even bring your fussy friend on a diet too as they even do lovely fresh salads-technically, it's not such a greasy spoon! Tourists will love this place as it is conveniently located close to hotels and they can get a breakfast here for £3, as opposed to £15 in their hotel.<br><br> The one thing that spoils this place is that it is patronised by every motorist's worst enemy- the Traffic Warden. Don't let this sight put you off though!"<br><br><br><br>15-17 West Register Street, Edinburgh EH2 2AA http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=122 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=122 Snax A greasy spoon chain? Tell us more, <a href='http://vindalooqueen.blogspot.com/'>VindalooQueen</a>!<br><br> "Greasy spoon with tasty options too!<br><br> In my fight against boring chains like McDonalds and Starbucks, I like to visit independent local businesses as they are usually cheaper, friendlier and you don't leave hungry! My recent discovery is Snax in Edinburgh.<br><br> Snax is a greasy spoon and has 3 branches. Despite being a greasy spoon, it offers lovely healthy options like Lentil Soup and Jackets filled to burst with Meditteranean salad. I discovered this hidden gem by chance. I was walking along Princes St, refusing to go in a touristy cafe which charges 6 quid for a sarnie when suddenly, I saw the Snax menu advertised. I followed the signs to what looked like a derelict building and passed a few tramps drinking White Lightning. A wild goose chase, I thought. Then I saw it! It was cosy and friendly with a tasty, varied menu. It's the type of chippy/greasy spoon you can even bring your fussy friend on a diet too as they even do lovely fresh salads-technically, it's not such a greasy spoon! Tourists will love this place as it is conveniently located close to hotels and they can get a breakfast here for £3, as opposed to £15 in their hotel.<br><br> The one thing that spoils this place is that it is patronised by every motorist's worst enemy- the Traffic Warden. Don't let this sight put you off though!"<br><br><br><br>118 Buccleuch Street, Edinburgh EH8 9NQ http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=121 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=121 The Larder Gleaned this after a Twitter stalk for 'greasy spoons'. Good egg <a href='http://twitter.com/rjcopley'>RJCopley</a> says:<br><br>"Very nice it is too."<br><br>Many thanks, RJ - see you in there for double-egg, chips and beans!<br><br>Unit A7, The Business Centre, Bow Bridge Close, Rotherham S60 1BY http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=120 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=120 Korner Cafe Clocked this caff whist being ferried past by chum <a href='http://www.pin-collective.co.uk/'>Jonny</a> in his Mazda Bongo [or is it a Frendee?]. We made a ventral note and pact in blood to return of a lunch.<br><br>I wanted the usual double egg, chips and beans, however this would risk going 'off-menu', probably qualifying some form of punch in the face - and no lunch. So, instead I had eggs and beans on toast with a side-serving of chips-in-a-basin. Splendid!<br><br>Features include: a crisps shelf and bottle of Henderson's Relish [of course] on ea. table.<br><br>334 Edmund Road, Sheffield S2 4EN http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=119 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=119 The Gatley Griddle & Grill From eagle-eyed caff scouts Luvthecity.com:<br><br>"There are no Mancunian cafes mentioned in Adrian Maddox's 2003 seminal book 'Classic Cafes', but if there were, The Gatley Griddle & Grill would be right at the top. Despite being a 20 minute drive out of town, we've added it to our Top 10 Greasy Spoons because to live in Manchester and never visit would be a crime. It hasn't changed since the mid 1960s and the interior is charming and authentic, from the Formica tables to the Swedish wooden benches. Even if historic interiors aren't your thing, it's still worth a trip to see the fantastic plastic menu and eat the unbeatable toast and two slices of bacon"<br><br>Ever fighting the cause, see their list of <a href=http://www.luvthecity.com/Top10Caffs.aspx?app=1&c=e010a645-2ab0-4c6b-bc38-f879c24a6ad2'>Manchester caffs</a>. Why not rent a flat off them to say thanks? It's only fair...<br><br>45 Gatley Green, Gatley, Cheshire SK8 4NF http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=118 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=118 Aspin Lane Cafe From eagle-eyed caff scouts Luvthecity.com:<br><br>"When the Luvthecity team last visited the Aspin Lane Cafe is was closed and up for sale, so we shouldn't really put it on our Top 10 list, but we're hoping its inclusion here will persuade someone to buy it, re-open it and bring back one of Manchester's finest greasy spoons. The Aspin Lane Cafe served this part of east Manchester for years with great breakfasts, big mugs of tea and buttery toast - so it's ironic that it closed before the area filled with the few thousand people that now live in the nearby Greenquarter. Come back Aspin Lane Cafe - your people need you!"<br><br>Ever fighting the cause, see their list of <a href=http://www.luvthecity.com/Top10Caffs.aspx?app=1&c=e010a645-2ab0-4c6b-bc38-f879c24a6ad2'>Manchester caffs</a>. Why not rent a flat off them to say thanks? It's only fair...<br><br>4 Aspin Lane, Manchester M4 4DP http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=117 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=117 Bowler's From eagle-eyed caff scouts Luvthecity.com:<br><br>"Despite being in the middle of town, hardly anyone seems to have heard of this hidden gem. We were quite keen to keep it that way (we like having a big table to ourselves on a Saturday morning) - but here we are, telling you about it! Bowlers is opposite the Town Hall, the Central Library and St. Peter's Square, so there's no excuse not to pop in for a round of toast"<br><br>Ever fighting the cause, see their list of <a href=http://www.luvthecity.com/Top10Caffs.aspx?app=1&c=e010a645-2ab0-4c6b-bc38-f879c24a6ad2'>Manchester caffs</a>. Why not rent a flat off them to say thanks? It's only fair...<br><br>2 Mount Street, Manchester M2 5WQ http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=116 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=116 Essy's From eagle-eyed caff scouts Luvthecity.com:<br><br>"When the legendary John Dalton Street Cafe was closed down in the mid-1990s and turned into a bl**dy hairdressers, we were hopping mad. So we're delighted to see it return in a different guise as Essys, an old-fashioned greasy spoon with much the same food as before. It's located a few doors down from Katsouris (see No. 4, above), so which caff you choose really says a lot about what's important to you in the world of bacon & eggs"<br><br>Ever fighting the cause, see their list of <a href=http://www.luvthecity.com/Top10Caffs.aspx?app=1&c=e010a645-2ab0-4c6b-bc38-f879c24a6ad2'>Manchester caffs</a>. Why not rent a flat off them to say thanks? It's only fair...<br><br>21-23 John Dalton Street, Manchester M2 6FW http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=115 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=115 Arch Bridge Cafe From eagle-eyed caff scouts Luvthecity.com:<br><br>"Located on Chapel Street to the west of Deansgate, the Arch Bridge Cafe is a bright, sunny caff with a wide range of superb value food. Rachel and the team are the friendliest bunch in town and the breakfasts are huge and fantastic value. You'll see more builders in here than any other caff in town, and there's no better recommendation than that! (Plus, it's Luvthecity's local caff, and we know a good bacon butty when we see one)"<br><br>Ever fighting the cause, see their list of <a href=http://www.luvthecity.com/Top10Caffs.aspx?app=1&c=e010a645-2ab0-4c6b-bc38-f879c24a6ad2'>Manchester caffs</a>. Why not rent a flat off them to say thanks? It's only fair...<br><br>95 Chapel Street, Salford, M3 5DF http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=114 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=114 Katsouri's From eagle-eyed caff scouts Luvthecity.com:<br><br>"Located on the corner of John Dalton Street, Katsouris is the poshest greasy spoon in town. The menu is huge, with big breakfasts, fresh coffee and big fat chocolate cake. This branch of Katsouris has less of a Greek slant to it than its more famous sister branch in Bury Market, but you can still notice the influence. After a few too many pints the night before, you may be tempted to go for the Big Breakfast, but our top tip is the recession-busting Little Kitten breakfast. Sometimes one big sausage is enough"<br><br>Ever fighting the cause, see their list of <a href=http://www.luvthecity.com/Top10Caffs.aspx?app=1&c=e010a645-2ab0-4c6b-bc38-f879c24a6ad2'>Manchester caffs</a>. Why not rent a flat off them to say thanks? It's only fair...<br><br>113 Deansgate, Manchester, M3 2BQ http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=113 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=113 Koffee Pot From eagle-eyed caff scouts Luvthecity.com:<br><br>"Located in the heart of the Northern Quarter, Koffee Pot is one of the finest greasy spoons we've even seen; a messy, down-at-heel but fashionable caff full of eccentric customers. Occasionally it feels a little too sure of itself, but you can't beat the fantastic food. There are different pies each day, fabulous puddings, special order lunches and the finest Spam, Chips & Beans we've ever tasted"<br><br>Ever fighting the cause, see their list of <a href=http://www.luvthecity.com/Top10Caffs.aspx?app=1&c=e010a645-2ab0-4c6b-bc38-f879c24a6ad2'>Manchester caffs</a>. Why not rent a flat off them to say thanks? It's only fair...<br><br>Also recommended by <a href='http://www.colugo.co.uk'>Simon Poulston</a> who said:<br><br>"This is a great caff in central Manchester. Good food and very reasonable."<br><br>And <a href='http://www.thedepartmentofdesign.co.uk'>eli_t</a> - who gave it two thumbs up! Hooray!<br><br>21 Hilton Street, Manchester M1 1JJ http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=112 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=112 An Outlet From eagle-eyed caff scouts Luvthecity.com:<br><br>"Love Saves The Day, Manchester's most famous deli chain has had a rough few years, most recently with the closure of both the Deansgate and Thomas Street branches - but it's been rebranded as An Outlet and the concept behind LSTD is alive and well. It's very much a greasy spoon for the Northern Quarter brigade, a fantastic menu with interesting breakfast combinations and the nicest of interiors with the company's trademark black walls and chalk-written menus. When we were last here we got the finest and most cheerful service we've seen in Manchester"<br><br>Ever fighting the cause, see their list of <a href=http://www.luvthecity.com/Top10Caffs.aspx?app=1&c=e010a645-2ab0-4c6b-bc38-f879c24a6ad2'>Manchester caffs</a>. Why not rent a flat off them to say thanks? It's only fair...<br><br>Carverís Warehouse, 77 Dale Street, Manchester M1 2HG http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=111 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=111 Jo's Place From eagle-eyed caff scouts Luvthecity.com:<br><br>"Another out-of-towner, we've included Jo's Place in our top 10 caffs because it's an original style greasy-spoon with none of the trendy nonsense that you get in a lot of the city centre caffs. Located on the way to West Derby, it's 15 minutes in a cab from town but well worth the trip"<br><br>Ever fighting the cause, see their list of <a href='http://www.luvthecity.com/Top10Caffs.aspx?app=1&c=e010a645-2ab0-4c6b-bc38-f879c24a6ad2'>Liverpool caffs</a>. Why not rent a flat off them to say thanks? It's only fair...<br><br>77 Lisburn Lane, Liverpool, L13 9AF http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=110 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=110 Cafe Express From eagle-eyed caff scouts Luvthecity.com:<br><br> "The perfect caff for students who are hungover and can face the 20-minute walk down the Wavertree Road for a cheap bacon butty, the Cafe Express Deli is one of our favourite greasy spoons in Liverpool. Check out the 2-for-1 breakfast options" <br><br>Ever fighting the cause, see their list of <a href='http://www.luvthecity.com/Top10Caffs.aspx?app=1&c=e010a645-2ab0-4c6b-bc38-f879c24a6ad2'>Liverpool caffs</a>. Why not rent a flat off them to say thanks? It's only fair...<br><br>180 Picton Road, Liverpool L15 4LL http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=109 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=109 Di Scala From eagle-eyed caff scouts Luvthecity.com:<br><br>"It looks more like a general cafe or sandwich bar than a greasy spoon caff, but Di Scala does some of the best breakfasts in central Liverpool and it's always busy"<br><br> Ever fighting the cause, see their list of <a href='http://www.luvthecity.com/Top10Caffs.aspx?app=1&c=e010a645-2ab0-4c6b-bc38-f879c24a6ad2'>Liverpool caffs</a>. Why not rent a flat off them to say thanks? It's only fair...<br><br>22 Newington, Liverpool L1 4ED http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=108 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=108 The Housewive's Kitchen From eagle-eyed caff scouts Luvthecity.com:<br><br> "Located on the far-eastern edge of Kensington, The Housewive's Kitchen may be over a mile from the city centre, but it's worth the bus ride if you fancy an old-style greasy spoon restaurant. You can grab a HUGE all-day breakfast for £4 and then get hour haircut next-door - that's got to be a perfect Saturday morning!"<br><br> Ever fighting the cause, see their list of <a href='http://www.luvthecity.com/Top10Caffs.aspx?app=1&c=e010a645-2ab0-4c6b-bc38-f879c24a6ad2'>Liverpool caffs</a>. Why not rent a flat off them to say thanks? It's only fair...<br><br>97 Edge Lane, Liverpool L7 9LQ http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=107 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=107 Kavanagh's From eagle-eyed caff scouts Luvthecity.com:<br><br> "Located in St. John's Precinct, Kavanagh's is a lovely cheap and cheerful market-style greasy spoon with Formica tables, old-style ketchup bottles and cute vinyl banquettes. It's also one of the best-value greasy spoons in Liverpool and the service is ultra-fast and friendly"<br><br> Ever fighting the cause, see their list of <a href='http://www.luvthecity.com/Top10Caffs.aspx?app=1&c=e010a645-2ab0-4c6b-bc38-f879c24a6ad2'>Liverpool caffs</a>. Why not rent a flat off them to say thanks? It's only fair...<br><br>St. Johns Precinct, Liverpool, L1 1NN http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=106 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=106 Cafe 53 From eagle-eyed caff scouts Luvthecity.com:<br><br> "Located in the heart of Bold Street, Cafe 53 has been serving all-day breakfasts for years and it's as popular as ever. This old-style cafe is always busy but the staff are really friendly and it feels like a place that time forgot (which when compared to some of the cringingly-trendy cafes in Bold Street is a fantastic relief!)... we love it!"<br><br> Ever fighting the cause, see their list of <a href='http://www.luvthecity.com/Top10Caffs.aspx?app=1&c=e010a645-2ab0-4c6b-bc38-f879c24a6ad2'>Liverpool caffs</a>. Why not rent a flat off them to say thanks? It's only fair...<br><br>3 Bold Street, Liverpool L1 4EU http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=105 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=105 Cafe St John Cafe St John is a relatively new caff, bless. Situated right next to the coach park off Gillygate, it greets the Foreigns with a well-oiled welcome as they stream off the bus.<br><br> Run by a lovely couple, this has to be the warmest caff I think I've ever been to. Whilst working out my bill on one occasion, the lady took a head-rest on the gent's lapel. I prescribe more cuddles for everyone to get us through the day!<br><br> I've been in on a number of occasions in my cycling attire. I get a few odd glances from the workers, but they just assume it's some new style, slim-fit hi-viz and turn back 'round.<br><br> So as not to trespass off menu, I order omelette, chips and beans. Now whether I say 'with' or 'and' beans, I always get the beans INSIDE my omelette [pictured - ignore the salad...]! And once you've had it that way, there's no going back, I tell you.<br><br> Look out for: free-range-egg window display feature and... eggy bread on the menu! Fabbo.<br><br> caffs.co.uk wishes Cafe St John all the very best.<br><br> * STOP PRESS *<br><br> Just before this addition went to press, Cafe St John has now become Fish Inn - a fish and chip shop! Sniff.<br><br>1A Clarence St, York YO31 7EL http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=104 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=104 A64 Red Bus Victorious winner of the famous 'sausage standoff', Red Bus owner Vicky Gray now serves fried food from the back flap.<br><br> Came here with chum <a class='link' href='http://www.badfettle.com'>Timbo</a> and this is his hand a-salting his double-egg-and-chips. We had the same, excepting my extra beans.<br><br>Vicky ran out of eggs and had to send the liveried van out for more! Surely we could have taken the bus?<br><br>[A64] Shaw Wood layby, Kiddal, nr Thorner, Leeds. http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=103 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=103 L. Rodi Good chum Apples sez:<br><br>"Run by the same family since 1925, an institution serving classic breakfasts and scrumptious specials!"<br><br>16 Blackhorse Lane, Walthamstow, London E17 6HJ http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=102 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=102 Albion Cafe From Pontyslapper:<br><br> "Open 7am till 2pm every day - good honest food at decent prices. It must be good, loads of workmen come from miles around to eat there!!<br><br> Do Sunday lunches on Sundays - funny that!?!"<br><br>Cilfynydd Road, Pontypridd CF37 4NN http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=101 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=101 Rainbow Cafe Our 100th caff!<br><br>Many thanks to Geoff Osbaldestin who sez "Excellent All Day Breakfast - just proper food."<br><br>Ring the Rainbow Cafe and congratulate them on becoming our 100th caff. I picture a photo opportunity with an outsized cheque and hand-shakes from the mayor...<br><br>106 Mill Lane, Macclesfield, Cheshire SK11 7NR http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=100 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=100 Greasy Joe's Many thanks to classfactory for this entry. The only info given is a telephone number and a fax number, I assume to fax through a lunch request. How high tech!<br><br>Cricklade Road, Cirencester, Gloucestershire GL7 1NP http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=99 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=99 Queen's Cafe Is this our first Scottish caff? I think it could be! Many thanks, Roy Shearer - who sends us a Flickr link [http://www.flickr.com/photos/shooz/8798708] and the facts:<br><br>"its a renowned cafe in Glasgow."<br><br>515-517 Victoria Rd, Glasgow G42 8BH http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=98 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=98 San Marino Very friendly, wide selection of breakfasts and memorable bubble, frontage opens in good weather for that inimicable mediterranean greasy spoon ambience.<br><br>668 High Road, Leytonstone E11 3AA http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=97 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=97 Valencia Cafe Restaurant Not strictly a caff, but offering a cafe concession much like a department store. I ordered beans to keep my egg and chips company, and it looks like Valencia literally ordered the beans on to my plate. And the beans obeyed! You can see the route they took - dish edge in. If I close my eyes, I can almost picture a kitchen full of obedient, breakfast elements eagerly awaiting their turn.<br><br>Have you ever seen such an abnormous plate?<br><br>74 Marchmont Street London WC1N 1AB http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=96 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=96 Marchmont Sandwich Bar Closed unfortunately [it is Sunday] but the hi-viz stars still shine brightly. Another caff noted whilst on a capital visit. Records show that the Brunswick area is quite well served when it comes to greaseries. I counted three on my short walk from lodgings to destination. That's breakfast, dinner and tea covered!<br><br>69 Marchmont Street, Bloomsbury, London WC1N 1AP http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=95 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=95 Cafe Romano Look at that frieze. I want wallpaper like that. I'd sit lovely, perched under a dado.<br><br>I clocked this caff before I went to watch a screening of some Eastern European animation. The sign said it closed at 2:00pm, but when I returned at 1:45 for an express oil-up - or should I say - oil-out all the chairs were upended like an extinct canteen. <br><br>11 Grenville Street, London WC1N 1LZ http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=94 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=94 Beano Cafe Well the photograph looks like this was a drive-by, but fortunately nobody got hurt. Many thanks to my sister Becca for this one she spotted on the way back from the ferry. In her words: 'Know nothing about it but looks like it is a favourite of taxi drivers.'<br><br>Well, further proof of Beano Cafe's eligibility and further proof of the feminine ability to multitask - navigating a naval exit whilst making a record of caffs for her brother's profitless cause. Hooray!<br><br>12 North Lane, Canterbury, Kent CT2 7EB http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=93 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=93 The Grindleford Cafe This was the second attempt taken to arrive at this eatery. On the first, my friend James' 200k Saab [that's mileage, not value] decided to blow its own head gasket on the way over. Leaving us stranded and subject to much sign language in the middle of the road. 6 months later and in another, not so new Saab we set out in convoy again and arrived at the Grindleford.<br><br>My word they serve hefty portions! The featured photo is a meativore's platter and due to its size, you'd be forgiven for thinking you're looking at it through a telescope. Macca 15" plates brimming with fried fare as standard.<br><br>Now this servicing isn't without some conditions. The Grindleford exhibits a sign for every eventuality, and they exist to keep customers in their own place - the near side of the counter. The smooth running of a caff like this should be left to the experts, and any interfiddlery will just end in tears. We witnessed a hiker disobey this agreement and question his 'hash browns, eggs and beans' when he received an egg single [despite the fact it clearly says eggs plural on the board]. He made the mistake of daring to suggest that the board be changed and nearly ended up having his meal join him inside his tight, black leggings.<br><br>Know your place and all will be well done!<br><br>Station Approach, Upper Padley, Grindleford, Derbyshire S32 2JA http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=92 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=92 Chorlton Cafe Drove here in convoy after Andy and Anja's engagement party - and credit goes to Andy for leading us here. We all had fuzzy heads [hence blurry photo] and a good deal of wig rash. Top fried fare and a grand tonic to all the Speckled Hen that was had the night before.<br><br>Don't be fooled that the server has taken a fancy to you - it's free hot-drink refills as standard!<br><br>Chorlton Cafe, Wilbraham Rd, Manchester M21 0UA http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=91 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=91 Cafe King 184 King Street, Hammersmith, London, W6 0RA http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=90 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=90 Kelly's Cafeteria Featured in Channel 4's The Secret Millionaire!<br><br>136/38 Promenade, Blackpool, Lancashire, FY1 1RA http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=89 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=89 Mermaid Cafe 21 Chapel St, Blackpool, FY1 5AW http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=88 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=88 Ace Cafe I stopped in here on the way back from visiting my Nana in Howarth.<br><br>Motorcycle themed caff, and if you argue with the 'ace' claim, there'll be a queue of bikers to deal with!<br><br>206 Saltaire Road, Shipley, West Yorkshire BD18 3JQ http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=87 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=87 Surrey King Cafe If you didn't know Surrey had a king, then you do now!<br><br>I spied this one from the 213 bus coming back with my Poundstretcher bags from Kingston. I have made a ventral note to return...<br><br>173 Central Rd, Worcester Park, Surrey KT4 8DR http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=86 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=86 Giggling Sausage Famed for it's £4.50 Full Monty the Giggling Sausage was recently crowned <a href='http://www.northamptonchron.co.uk/make-us-proud/Northampton-caff-wins-Britain39s-Best.3927487.jp'> Britain's Best Caff</a>. And, egg flipper Vera Hollis taught Heston Blumenthal the stiff import of baked beans. Ha ha!<br><br>38 London Rd, Northampton, NN4 8AL http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=85 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=85 Mick's Cafe Cripley Road, Botley, Oxford, OX2 0AH http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=84 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=84 Manor Snacks The Number Two here is used as a benchmark for lard-lovers <a class='link' href='http://www.britishbreakfast.org.uk/'>britishbreakfast.org.uk</a>.<br><br>4 Manor Court Rd, Nuneaton, CV11 5HY http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=83 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=83 Rendezvous Cafe Taken from <a class='link' href='http://www.centuryradionorthwest.co.uk/presenters-shows/shows-j92q/ditchy-saltys-big-breakfast-s6i3/the-big-campaign-you-decide/hld369b6/'>Ditchy and Salty's Big Campaign</a>. <br><br>Have you been here - photos and a description would be gratefully received!<br><br>46 Rutherford Way, Hyde, Cheshire, SK14 2QY http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=82 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=82 Marie's Cafe Taken from <a class='link' href='http://www.centuryradionorthwest.co.uk/presenters-shows/shows-j92q/ditchy-saltys-big-breakfast-s6i3/the-big-campaign-you-decide/hld369b6/'>Ditchy and Salty's Big Campaign</a>. <br><br>Have you been here - photos and a description would be gratefully received!<br><br>3 Clayton Street, Wigan, WN3 4DA http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=81 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=81 Crumbs Cafe Taken from <a class='link' href='http://www.centuryradionorthwest.co.uk/presenters-shows/shows-j92q/ditchy-saltys-big-breakfast-s6i3/the-big-campaign-you-decide/hld369b6/'>Ditchy and Salty's Big Campaign</a>. <br><br>Have you been here - photos and a description would be gratefully received!<br><br>King St, Wigan, WN1 1BS http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=80 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=80 Mauros 160 Clerkenwell Road, London, EC15 DUR http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=79 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=79 Abergeldie Cafe From eagle-eyed caff scouts Luvthecity.com:<br><br>"Putting the Abergeldie at the top of our favourite greasy spoons may seem like a cliched and obvious choice, but in a city sadly bereft of authentic caffs, this place stands out a mile. The decor is straight out of a 1960s Wimpy Bar, all white vinyl seats and Formica tables, and the menus are fantastic. Hidden behind dirty wipe-proof covers, these plastic menus display the biggest range of breakfast combos in Manchester, and when the food arrives it's on the biggest plate you'll ever see. Sometimes a language barrier means you get more/less/different food than you ordered and the chips can be a bit crap sometimes, but that's all part of the charm. It's as Mancunian as Morrissey, only it's stayed where it belongs (ooohhh... handbag!)"<br><br>Ever fighting the cause, see their list of <a href=http://www.luvthecity.com/Top10Caffs.aspx?app=1&c=e010a645-2ab0-4c6b-bc38-f879c24a6ad2'>Manchester caffs</a>. Why not rent a flat off them to say thanks? It's only fair...<br><br>40 Shudehill, Manchester, M4 1EZ http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=78 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=78 Gemini Cafe 328-330 Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9NG http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=77 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=77 Cafeteria / 101 Snack Bar Last time I was in London, my brother Sam didn't fancy the look of 101 Snack Bar, so we gave it a miss. Unfortunately we came to the caff too late. Previously 101 had cracking, classic signage, but since they've fitted a gaudy new one and it put him right off.<br><br>Maybe some other time...<br><br>101 Charing Cross Road, London, WC2H 0DT http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=76 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=76 Breadline Cafe I have my [somewhat unfounded] suspicions about this caff located just off Trafalgar Square. I think it might be a Venus Fry Trap for unsuspecting tourists.<br><br>Somebody's got a laminator though!...<br><br>4 Duncannon Street, London, WC2N 4JF http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=75 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=75 Villagers Cafe Restaurant Crown Lane, Morden, SM4 5BL http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=74 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=74 Rosy Lea Will Rosy Lea read my leaves and predict my future when I've finished my tea?<br><br>Ignore the advertised 'S' word - think that's an ad-lib from the sign-writers.<br><br>78 London Rd, Morden, SM4 5AZ http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=73 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=73 Sutton Cafe Convert your kitchen in to another bedroom and let it out - Sutton cafe is open 7 days a week!<br><br>36, Stonecot Hill, Sutton, Surrey, SM3 9HE http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=72 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=72 Supersnack 30 Mosley St, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, NE1 1DF http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=71 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=71 Sarah's Tuck-In Many thanks to Tex for his pictures and location of this one up in the North East. Sarah's Tuck In looks like a graceful old dear in a glitzy ball-gown, and I can't wait for an excuse to try her out!<br><br>Visit <a href='http://www.greasy-spoon-cafes.zoomshare.com/'>Great British Cafes</a> and make sure you sign the petition to <a href='http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/save-the-greasy-spoon'>Save the Greasy Spoons</a>!<br><br>Grainger Market, Newcastle-upon-Tyne http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=70 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=70 Central Cafe There should be a record of a visit from some fried spies soon for this one, lard lovers! Hold tight!<br><br>44 Richmond Road, Catterick Garrison, North Yorkshire, DL9 3JD http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=69 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=69 Billie's A hot pile of fried potato, sausage, egg, black pudding, tomatoes, beans, mushrooms and cheese are the mainstay of Billie's famous 'Farmhouse' hash. It costs about £5 and you really ought to go for a 10 mile run after eating it. Despite the cost to your pocket and health, it's a fantastic experience which can finished off by a pint in the pub next door and a creme egg on the way home.<br><br>Billie's does other hashes - such as the Ranchero for TexMex vegetarians, but it's the Farmhouse that makes this cafe's reputation. You can also get a very fine Full English for the same price. So, a bit expensive, but the ingredients are all high quality and the service is nice and friendly. Avoid Sunday mornings unless you like queuing.<br><br>34 Hampton Place, Brighton, BN1 3DD http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=68 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=68 Porky's Pantry 49 Chandos Place, London, WC2N 4HS http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=67 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=67 Shipley Indoor Market Cafe Many thanking yous to Carlos for this one, and an eggy credit goes to him for location and photographic record.<br><br>Carlos writes: "It's underneath the indoor market in Shipley. The whole market is just nuts, and the cafe really is something to behold; I think most of the customers had been installed there when it was new, and had never left..."<br><br>Visit Carlos' Flickr page <a href='http://www.flickr.com/photos/visitwestyorkshire/'>here</a> and see the fun he has in Shipley, West Yorkshire - you'll wish you lived there too by the end of it!<br><br>Shipley Indoor Market, Shipley, West Yorkshire, BD18 3QT http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=66 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=66 City Corner Cafe 210 Bishopsgate, London, EC2M 4NR http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=65 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=65 Greedy Pig Caff in Corby that cleverly played the 'Atkins Card' to attract more custom. <a href='http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/northamptonshire/3205431.stm'>Read all about it</a>.<br><br>Unit 9, 291 Rockingham Rd, Corby, NN17 2AE http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=64 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=64 Andel Transport Cafe 4 Gloucester Rd, Avonmouth, Bristol, BS11 9AA http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=63 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=63 The Copper Kettle Cafe 321 Vale Rd, Aldershot, Hampshire, GU12 5LN http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=62 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=62 Crossways Cafe 93 Evelina Road, London, SE15 3HL http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=61 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=61 Double Bubble 408 Garratt Lane, London, SW18 4HP http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=60 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=60 Alpino 97 Chapel Market, London, N1 9EY http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=59 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=59 Delias Diner 6-8 Rails Lane, Hayling Island, http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=58 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=58 Mac's 30 Arundel Road, Brighton, BN2 5TD http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=57 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=57 Peterborough Cafe 12 Peterborough Road, London, SW6 3BX http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=56 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=56 Joint Effort 28 Creek Rd, Hayling Island, PO11 9RD http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=55 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=55 Mick's Diner Cafe Mick's Diner Cafe featured in a BBC greasy caff promotion. <a href='http://www.bbc.co.uk/birmingham/content/articles/2007/02/23/greasy_spoon_feature.shtml'>Read all about it</a>!<br><br>30 Francis Road, London, E10 6PW http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=54 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=54 The Pear Tree The Pear Tree featured in a BBC greasy caff promotion. <a href='http://www.bbc.co.uk/birmingham/content/articles/2007/02/23/greasy_spoon_feature.shtml'>Read all about it</a>!<br><br>Grazebrook Industrial Park, Dudley, DY2 0XW http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=53 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=53 Broad Lane Cafe Broad Lane Cafe featured in a BBC greasy caff promotion. <a href='http://www.bbc.co.uk/birmingham/content/articles/2007/02/23/greasy_spoon_feature.shtml'>Read all about it</a>!<br><br>301 Broad Lane, Birmingham, B14 5AF http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=52 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=52 The Greedy Pig The Greedy Pig featured in a BBC greasy caff promotion. <a href='http://www.bbc.co.uk/birmingham/content/articles/2007/02/23/greasy_spoon_feature.shtml'>Read all about it</a>!<br><br>54 West Bromwich St, WS1 4DB http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=51 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=51 Servini's 6 - 10 Wyndham Arcade, Cardiff, CF10 1FJ http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=50 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=50 Cosy Tea Pot Cafe Winner of the 2003 Greasy Spoon Award!<br><br>101 Carrington Street, Nottingham, NG1 7FE http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=49 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=49 Sandwich Bar / Dino' Brook's Mews, London, W1K http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=48 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=48 Astro Star 383 Bethnal Green Road, London, E2 0AN http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=47 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=47 The Ritz 340a King Street, London, W6 0RR http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=46 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=46 Cafe Bliss 9 Dalston Lane, London, E8 3DF http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=45 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=45 Ashfield Cafe 9 Ashfield Parade, London, N14 5EH http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=44 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=44 Best Cafe 383 Kentish Town Road, London, NW5 2TJ http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=43 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=43 London Cafe 71 Newington Green Road, London, N1 4QU http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=42 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=42 Dante 83 Duke Street, London, W1K 5PF http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=41 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=41 Remos 19-20 Weighhouse Street, London, W1K 5LX http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=40 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=40 Copper Grill 25-27 Eldon Street, London, EC2M 7LA http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=39 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=39 The Island Cafe 1 Flat Iron Square, London, SE1 0AB http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=38 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=38 G.W. Butt 12 St. John Street, London, EC1M 4AY http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=37 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=37 Starburger Another one shared with my chum 'Vanz.<br><br>Here, not only did we enjoy a stack of fun-fried fare, but we also witnessed no less than seven executions of a turn-in-the-road by locals whilst eating it.<br><br>160 Uxbridge Road, London, W12 8AA http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=36 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=36 Rose Cafe I walked all the way across the other side of town for this one. I'd spied it on occasions before and made a mental note to be back here sometime soon.<br><br>As I approached, I grew a little worried. I had remembered the cafe being emblazoned with 'All Day Breakfast' declarations like the end of the War, however I was inquiet as to whether it was just another sandwich shop. I could always go inside, order a take-away tea and then run for the hills...<br><br>But thankfully, I did go inside! All the signs I was looking for were there: fixed seating, perspex wall mounted menus and red and brown sauces with a decanter bevel. I made my order at the counter where I was addressed as Boss and asked to take a seat.<br><br>My tea and meal took no time at all, but it looked like there could be a problem [see picture]. Rose Cafe had got so carried away with piling my plate full of chips and beans, that there might be no room for the double-egg. Not to worry - they just flapped them on top like a pair of smiley eyes. Ha ha! Did one of them just wink at me?<br><br>169 Haxby Road, York http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=35 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=35 Tony's 74 Northcote Road, London, SW11 6QL http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=34 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=34 Valtaro 88 Marchmont Street, London, WC1N 1AG http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=33 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=33 Cafe Delight 19 Clapham High Street, London, SW4 7TS http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=32 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=32 Diana's Diner 39 Endell Street, London, WC2H 9BA http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=31 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=31 Half Moon Cafe 125 Fulham Palace Road, London, W6 8JA http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=30 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=30 Sergio's Now I'm hoping this is the caff on Eagle Place where I went with my chum 'Vanz. Itself it's very small, however portions are so big they had to take the window out to get the plates in. They could have carried them in sideways, but can you imagine the message?<br><br>The best way to discover Sergio's [rather than following the directions] is to wander London as a down-and-out, trip over and have Sergio's staring you back in the face like a lost five-pound note.<br><br>3, Eagle Place, London, SW1Y 6HT http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=29 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=29 E Pellicci 332 Bethnal Green Road, London, E2 0AG http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=28 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=28 Cheam Cafe Cheam Cafe is the closest caff to the in-laws, and if they didn't feed me so well, I'd be out the window, down the drain-pipe and sharing an internal record with you. Instead, I'm hidden behind a wheelie bin taking paparazzi style shots so as not to earn me a knuckle sandwich from any of its burly clientele.<br><br>I hope the advertised cash-point isn't an indication of Cheam Cafe's prices...<br><br>832 London Road, Sutton, Surrey, SM3 9BJ http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=27 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=27 Feedwell Cafe 528 London Road, Sutton, Surrey, SM3 8HW http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=26 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=26 Jenny's 160 Uxbridge Road, London, W12 8AA http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=25 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=25 Harris' Cafe Rest My car is called Andre. It's a Rover 214i. Now he's not named after one half of Hip Pop outfit Outkast, but after the car's original owner - Andre Shiolou.<br><br>Where are we going with this? Well we're going all the way to Harris Cafe Rest on Goldhawk Road, where Andre [the man, not the car] would take his wife for a romantic, slap-up feed.<br><br>30 Goldhawk Road, Shepherds Bush, W12 8QQ http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=24 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=24 Star Cafe 121 King Street, London, W6 9JG http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=23 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=23 River Cafe 1A Station Approach, Fulham, London, SW6 3UH http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=22 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=22 George's Snack Bar 623 Fulham Rd, London, SW6 5UQ http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=21 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=21 Dining Plaice If ever a war broke out between Greasy Caffs and Fish and Chip Shops, then The Dining Plaice would be the middle man between, trying to broker a ceasefire.<br><br>It has all the features of a caff, with the added benefits of proper fish fryers and pickled eggs.<br><br>20 Berwick St, London, W1F 0PY http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=20 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=20 Star Cafe Run-down re-fried by kind permission of Soho Luncheoneers, <a href='http://www.tumsguide.co.uk/'>Tum's Guide</a>:<br><br>"The Star Cafe is bloody good, I love the fact that its been in Soho since 1931 And the owner Mario can be found normally nodding off at one of the tables.<br><br>the history of this place is an article in its self and the decor could also be discussed at great length however I will leave that up to the other reviews Iíve seen on the web. However weíre here to talk about wether my dodgy stomach and frayed nervous system can survive the lunch break. well to cut a long review short... yes this place rocks.<br><br> you can get the usual range of cafe food here and a some italian style bits and bobs.<br><br>good atmosphere and if you donít fall down the spiral staircase I reckon you will have a good lunch."<br><br>22 Great Chapel Street, London, W1F 8FR http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=19 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=19 Jorvik Cafe I'm confused, but not as confused as the Jorvik Cafe. They've the menu of a caff, super strong, dark splosh you could clean a coin in and a classic open-the-flap-yourself counter. However this is all trapped in a carpeted, 'terra Costa' surround. They've even got WiFi of all the scandalous things.<br><br>From the menu, the food sounds tops yet prices are steep. But this is York - a tourist capital - and the Jorvik Cafe is in a prime location. It's as close to the town's yolk as a council would normally let a caff. Which might explain its paninis and wraps, list of more than one coffee and 'latte lounge' area to sit with your shopping from Poundland.<br><br>Staff are very friendly and on my way out I spied one of those machines which keeps squash cold all day, like a mini water treatment plant, stirring the E numbers round and round.<br><br>Borderline, but still on our side of the fence. Best to keep on good terms with in case a war breaks out with the tea-rooms.<br><br>The Stonebow 4-5, York, YO1 7NP http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=18 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=18 Rossi 8 Hanbury Street, London, E1 6QR http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=17 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=17 The Lemon Tree Located within the lower hall [closest to the Bus Station] of Leeds Kirkgate Market.<br><br>Leeds Kirkgate Market, Leeds, LS2 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=16 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=16 Olympic <p>A graphic designer's dream - just look at that signage. From those icons, even a foreigner would know what would be in store should they go inside. It's like a website from the 1960s.<br><br>Aptly located next door to the British Heart Foundation chazza shop, raising funds to cope with the side effects.<br><br>For a review of Olympic Cafe please visit <a class='link' href='http://www.leedscafe.co.uk/'>Terry's Leeds Cafes</a>.</p><br><br>6 New Market Street, Leeds LS1 6DG http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=15 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=15 La Strega Fish Street, Leeds LS1 6DB http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=14 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=14 4 Cousins Light at the end of the tunnel.<br><br>For a review of 4 Cousins Cafe please visit <a class='link' href='http://www.leedscafe.co.uk/'>Terry's Leeds Cafes</a>.<br><br>Market Street Arcade, Leeds LS1 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=13 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=13 Hungry Horace Another one that my stomach made a note to come back to, Hungry Horace's in York. Unfortunately I was greeted by a chair wodged in the door and a 'closed' sign. So I left, but not before I'd pressed my face up against the window like a Dickensian pleb eyeing those who'd just made it's plates brimmed full of tuck. I reckon my greasy nose-print will still be there when I come back next week. I'll make another note to wipe it off. <br><br>39 Layerthorpe, York, YO31 7UZ http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=12 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=12 Workers Cafe 172 Upper Street, London, N1 1RG http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=11 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=11 Wharfe View Cafe <p>Also known as 'Dunny's' - but not to be confused with the Australian.<br><br>The last time I came in here the kid next to me sicked up a stomach-load of blackcurrant kia-ora all over our table. The lady serving then came over and asked 'have you finished with that' pointing to my plate. I was in two minds... but not for long. Dunny's is cheaper than Thailand, so I ordered a second round as replacement.<br><br>With my tucker delivered and the table fixed, who should walk in but the knighted fixer himself - Sir Jimmy Saville! In full shell-suited livery.<br><br>Please don't be put off by my experience, I cannot recommend Dunny's more highly. The vomit, I can assure you was a one-off. Lighting never strikes twice as they say - apart from Sir Jimmy Saville that is, who is a regular patron.<br><br>Quality, good-priced fare and pint-sized cupsa splosh as standard. How's about that then!</p><br><br>Bridge St, Otley, West Yorkshire, LS21 1BQ http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=10 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=10 Jenny's Fried eggs with a scone-cutter finish.<br><br>High Street, Barnet, Herts EN5 5SN http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=9 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=9 Millenium Cafe <p>Don't be deterred by the 'bistro' stylings. There's options of fried delights hidden in that leather bound menu - like a Beano stashed in a school-book. And you can go in in those trainers.</p><br><br>500 Holloway Road, London, N7 6JA http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=8 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=8 Odana Cafe Ah Odana Cafe, home to the now famous 'Odana Bellybuster'. Should anything go wrong [ie: a literal bellybuster], Odana is thankfully located near Northallerton General Hospital.<br><br>6 Friarage Street, Northallerton, North Yorkshire DL6 1DP http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=7 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=7 Mini Bar I used to live in Mango Putney and would on occasion hold breakfast meetings with myself in Pete's Mini Bar. Sharing half it's retail square feet with the florists next door, Mini Bar features lovely classic stylings and supa tinned toms in the All-Day Breakfast.<br><br>The London Review of Breakfasts has a nice article on Mini Bar <a class='link' href='http://londonreviewofbreakfasts.blogspot.com/2008/03/petes-mini-bar-putney.html'>here</a>.<br><br>118 Upper Richmond Rd, London, SW15 2SP http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=6 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=6 Silva's My chum Vanessa used to rally resistance meetings to here back in the day when I worked in town. We used to employ a half-hour delay to avoid the rush [and secret-police] and enjoy an oily respite from a ridiculous workload...<br><br>Hidden out of a great respect.<br><br>220 Shaftesbury Ave, London, WC2H 8EB http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=5 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=5 Bar Bruno 101 Wardour St, London, W1F 0UG http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=4 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=4 Frank's If anything has qualified me a shorter life, then I'd say it's Frank's two-scrambled egg ciabattas [with marmite]. I'd start the day with them when I was number-crunching a couple of doors up. So double egg and double strain on my heart and brain.<br><br>132 Southwark St, London, SE1 0SW http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=3 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=3 Giggling Sausage I used to come here of a lunchtime and tuck in to a double-egg, chips and beans under the watchful gaze of the Giggling Saus' dish-sized Evil Eye.<br><br>Lovely window painting of guess what? A Giggling Sausage of course!<br><br>105 Great Suffolk Street, Southwark, London, SE1 1PQ http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=2 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=2 Zippy We love Mama Zippy - her numerical menu makes ordering as easy as a big-button phone. Zippy highlights include 'Brown Derby' [pictured], deep-fried flapjacks and 20p convenience levy for non-customers. If it's 20p, I'm definitely washing my hands - well, you've got to get your money's worth.<br><br>42 Goldhawk Road, London W12 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=1 http://www.caffs.co.uk/caffz/caff.php?id=1