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“A must brekky”
Review of Guinea Gap Cafe

Guinea Gap Cafe
Ranked #23 of 101 Restaurants in Wallasey
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Reviewed 25 April 2014

Had breakfast here a few times. Cooked well, plenty enough to see you through your day. Good wholesome hearty food.

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Reviewed 11 November 2013

This Café serves excellent food in a friendly atmosphere at very reasonable prices. They have a very good variety of meals to choose from, I can personally recommend the Scouse, and the Roast dinners !!

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Thank bertieboy01
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Reviewed 16 April 2013 via mobile

In the Guinea Gap Cafe, the scouse accents are - as the words of the song put it - exceedingly rare.

For regular patrons, the wit and the banter are rapier sharp. But don't let this put you off - it's all meant in the best possible taste.

And where taste is concerned, the food won't let you down. This is a good old-fashioned, working-class cafe which serves hearty breakfasts and lunches that satisfy 'blue collar' appetites.

Whether it's a bowl of scouse for lunch or a traditional English breakfast, you will leave fully satisfied. The Guinea Gap's 'signature' dish is its traditional Sunday lunches, such as lamb, chicken, pork or beef with potatoes and mixed vegetables, which are also on the menu during the week.

Be warned however, you would never describe the fare on offer here as 'cordon bleu' and the service isn't of the silver variety.

That said, like the food, the service is straightforward and you won't forget the staff in a hurry. When they're on form, the atmosphere is one to behold. The 'regulars' contribute to the fun; they're a diverse bunch and you will invariably end up falling into conversation with someone who's got an interesting tale to tell.

For anyone who wants to have a genuinely hospitable Merseyside experience, then the ten-minute walk from the Seacombe Ferry Terminal is well worth while.

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