162 Sprowston Road
I had heard good things about the Denmark Cafe so decided to give it a look.
There are about 8 parking spaces behind the cafe
There was a good selection of condiments huddled together neatly.
The place was clean and tidy.
Upon entering - The counter is at the back of the shop and has a large menu beside it on the wall so no confusion about what to order. The tables have all the condiments you should need neatly huddled together. The man behind the counter is really friendly and seemed to be well up for chatting about the weather and football. 7/10
Service - Your told to take a seat and it will be bought over, the food arrives fairly quickly. 8/10
Contents - 2 sausage, 2 bacon, 2 eggs, fried potato slices, beans, tinned tomatoes, mushrooms & toast. 7/10
Presentation - It certainly looks the part when it arrives and the eggs already on the toast I liked a lot. 8/10
The food - The sausages were not great, standard bacon, crispy potato slices, lovely fried eggs cooked how i like them, standard beans, slightly overcooked tinned tomatoes, standard mushrooms and toast. 7/10
Value for money - You do get a lot of food for your money but everything that passes your lips is quite standard. 8/10
Veggie option - yes
Overall - The place is clean, the staff are friendly and the portions are generous. The food is nice but nothing on the plate stands out as being particularly special, some fried bread or black pudding may have livened things up a bit. But well worth a visit if you are passing and just fancy a down to earth fry-up to kill your hangover. 7/10