I’ve told you before about my little soft spot for Revolution perched on Liverpool’s infamous Albert Dock. I can be found in there pretty often chowing down on a dish (usually a pizza) from their delicious food menu, or slurping on a funky cocktail. (Usually something coco-nutty.)
I’ve shared with you my thoughts on their main food and drink offerings in this post which I urge you not to read if you are feeling particularly peckish.
Last Sunday I was very kindly invited back down to ‘Revs on the docks’ to try their brand new breakfast menu*, totally exclusive to Revolution on the Albert Dock. Of course, as a regular I was delighted and brought along my oldest pal of 17 years who lives out of town, along for the ride.
The breakfast menu is served between 10am and 12pm and is inspired by a relaxed, sharing style of dining as seen in the New York and San Fransisco food scenes. The selection is pretty mouthwatering if I do say so myself and is inclusive of everything from traditional full english’ to more elaborately flavoured breakfast Bennies and of course, pancakes.
We settled in with a few early morning brews of tea for my friend and cappuccino for me. We’d had devoured a few cocktails the night before so a strong, hot coffee and a pot of tea was just the ticket on a rainy Sunday morning and a slightly sore head.
For breakfast I chose the: ‘Mushroom, spinach and halloumi Bennie’ which is made up of garlic and thyme mushrooms with spinach, pan fried halloumi, poached eggs and hollandaise sauce. Truly scrumptious and not at all heavy. The mushrooms were my favourite part, super sweet and garlicky. My friend Charlotte opted for ‘The bacon Bennie’ which was similar to my dish but with rashes of crispy bacon. The portion sizes are just nicely sized not leaving you feeling overfull and certainly not too small.
If you’re in Liverpool and looking for somewhere to grab a delicious breakfast cheaply and stylishly, I really recommend giving Revolution Albert Dock a try.
Where is your favourite place for breakfast?
* Our breakfast was complimentary, but as always my opinions are completely my own.