So what do you get?
|Cafe Regal. Sweets on left - Restaurant on right|
|On a Bradford Curry Breakfast Mission|
Once the bread arrived I ventured up. The bowls are small, but it doesn't really matter as you can refill as much as you like. So I went for the familiar wet chana, topped with roast potatoes and drizzled in mint/yoghurt sauce, and a second bowl of halwa!
With three puris the breakfast is very filling. The puris were pretty dry, when compared to others I have sampled, were very flacky, and had a rather subtle flavour.
|Chana, Halwa and Puris - a perfect match|
I slipped up topping my chana with the roasted spuds... I managed to mask the flavour of the chana with the a little bit of a... well roasted potato taste! The chana itself was good, but was a little middle of the road. It didn't posses the fire of the Sweet Centre nor the sourness of Mughals. I don't often bother with the sweet Halwa when breakfasting but couldn't really say now, what with a big vat sat there. I'm always happy when I do, however, and Cafe Regal's halwa was one of the finest I've tasted. Lovely sweet semolina based bowl of loveliness to break up the savoury Chana and Puris. Great.
|Pink tea is great|
This was all washed down with pink tea. I nice little touch I thought to include in the single priced breakfast. Pink tea is ace, and nice and sweet and spicy. Very refreshing.
After this little lot, however, I just couldn't face a second second visit to the buffet! So settled up and got off. On reflection Cafe Regal's breakfast was excellent, and the included pink tea made it all the better. I'll definitely be visiting again, but will avoid smothering my Chana with the roasties!