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JG Sandwich Cellar: Ras Abu Aboud St.(Sana Signal)

Friday. It’s that time of the week for a late morning start and hearty breakfast. Since laziness is the theme of the day, hubby and I decided to eat out instead of dirtying our pans and plates. 

The pick for this weekend is JG Sandwich Cellar at Ras Abou Aboud St.. It’s like the British counterpart of Ric’s Kountry Kitchen (and their both in the same area). 

 

Meet my other half’s half (or quarter). I kinda like the blue theme.

 
Unlike Ric’s, this place wasn’t packed, in fact we were the first ones to come in. But what I like about it is that the design has more character. From the table covers to the framed old newspaper clippings and the paperbacks for your reading, I just loved it. And the food was just was cooked just as you would request it.  

All in all, it was a very lovely morning, with a lovely breakfast and served by a lovely staff. Lovely, eh?

 

The Full Monty Breakfast: two eggs of your choice, baked beans, sausages, mushrooms and tomato


 

Bangers and mash: Sausage (banger?) and a ton of mashed potato with grean peas and fried onions. Still not sure why it’s called like that but it’s delicious

   

Now this is nice. Instead of serving coffe from the pot, they actually serve it to you in a French press. That’s klassee

  

le hawz bread wiz strawberry jam and butter

 

It’s worth waking up at 8am for this, trust me. 

Enjoy!

JG Sandwich Cellar Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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