The staff were rude, service slow. Food disappointing and overpriced. Will not be returning or recommending!
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Needed some breakfast and coffee on a clear blue sky. It very cold day in Manchester and walked into the Didsbury Deli. Got a warm and friendly good morning from behind the counter and the restaurant is bright, cheerful and quickly filled up. The black...More
We've had a few Brunches here and it has always been very good if a little expensive. However today's experience started with a dirty knife which I asked for a clean one and was promptly given one. Surely you look at the cutlery as you...More
Went hear for brunch and ordered the eggs benedict royal, probably the tiniest portion I've ever had when out for brunch. Could have eaten double the amount. Had to wait ages for a coffee and orange juice which came long after the food. Expensive for...More
My first time here on a rainy Saturday afternoon, the deli was pretty busy and it seemed ideal for a late Brunch from the menu offerings. I had a delicious pot of English tea and the Pea soup followed by eggs benedict over crushed Avocado's.....More
Cappachino was very nice but not enough of it as there was too much foam on top. Poached eggs on a muffin with spinach-not big enough,the top of the eggs were watery but the yolks were lovely,the spinach wasn't seasoned and more hollandaise needed. The...More
Good food and atmosphere. The eggs Benedict is particularly good. My only issue is that the waitresses insist on taking plates away before everyone has finished. I am scared to put my knife and fork down in case my plate gets whipped away!
We love visiting here for brunch! Lovely atmosphere, family friendly and a great menu! When it's a sunny day the outside area is lovely.
I don't usually right negative reviews however I feel very let down by the service and food at The Deli Didsbury. I recommend to my friend to have a late breakfast and a coffee around 1pm, it took a short while to order drinks and...More