Try the Portuguese specialities. Very tasty and economical. Specially the pastries. Friendly staff. Would return for sure.
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Located in the covered market, it is basically 1 step up from fast food; however, we were very pleased both with the service and meal. DW ordered at the counter and as she uses stick the very pleasant chap insisted on carrying the tray to...More
I think some reviewers unfairly expect a little too much of Browns missing the point of what it actually is. Brown's doesn't set out to provide fine dining or the quintessential afternoon tea. What it does do, extremely well, is provide quick tasty meals in...More
Passing this traditional cafe in the historic indoor market we called in for an early lunch. Saw their well cooked and presented breakfasts being served and with a very friendly young man taking our order it looked very promising. We ordered a toasted sandwich each...More
This is a traditional market cafe and they serve an excellent breakfast, which is why we return year after year. Fast and friendly service. Great coffee and a good fry up with quality ingredients that are well cooked. Can't ask for more than that.
I'm quite surprised by all the good reviews for this place. This was the worst afternoon tea I've had during my three week holiday in the UK. People recommended the apple pie, but I found it very dry and bland. I couldn't even get myself...More
We visited Browns at noon. Service friendly, not quick, but we were not in a rush. Children had hot chocolate with a straw which they enjoyed, I had a decent coffee. We chose two all day full breakfasts and one burger and chips. Big portions,...More
We like Brown's for quick early-morning cuppas, lazy breakfasts and snacks/haerty meals at any time. Their coffee is good: their hot-chocolate is satisfyingly chocolatey. What's particularly good here? We love their Portuguese specialties, especially their "natas" (pasteis de nata - Portuguese custard tarts) and queijadas...More