Cuban Brunch – Revs Manchester

A Message from Revolution de Cuba asking if I would like to test out their new weekend Brunch Menu came through, well it would be rude to at least not try it.

Having only entered the establishment after a few or more beverages, it was very different to be walking in on a Sunday Lunch time.

Shown to a large table we were handed the new Brunch Menu that consists of 9 Breakfast style items, including Porridge Brulee, Avocado Toast and Spanish Omelette.

One of the group opted for the Brekkie Burrito, stuffed with Sausage, Egg, Refried Beans, Jalape√Īos and Cheese, It looked good, but for me could have done with more of a Chilli Bite.

One of the group went for the trusted Full Brekkie. Pretty standard here and something that you can grab at 100’s of places throughout the city.

I think I choose the best option, Cubano Benedict. Using Pulled Pork and Crispy Potatoes, this really livened up this dish and was a pleasure to eat, definitely worth visiting for this.

Overall the food was average to good, depending on the dish, the service however was a little lacking, having to ask 3 times for one drink.

I did however like the presentation of simple things such as the coffee (Thanks to Dry Jan)

I would probably not make a journey into town just to visit here to eat, however if I was passing, I may just nip in for the Benedict again.

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