OK, you've had to put up with the traffic, managed to park your car in the only space available which is 3 miles from the pick-up point, crammed all your liquids into a see-through bag and had your body zapped by an x-ray machine. And lost a shoe. Relief. Now I'm starving as the 3 peanuts on the plane isn't exactly going to satisfy my need for food.
Here, what's this place called? Rhubarb? Whats all that about? Jeesh, ok worth a try i suppose.
"Can I have the English Breakfast with some toast, pot of tea with the errr.. the poached eggs please?"
Oh, thats a nice touch. Clean newspapers not covered in jam or ketchup.....
Nice cutlery too. Blimey, real metal ones...!
Her comes the tea. Nice pot!
And the breakfast... how can I put this.....? It looked absolutely lovely. Wonderful presentation with fried break stick and water cress on top.
But here's what you come in for. What did it taste like?
1. Mushrooms - juicy and fresh
2. Sausages - very very nice.
3. Tommies - yum yum
4. Bacon - 2 slices, minimal rind
5. A healthy 2 slices
And the poached eggs?... Absolutely perfectly cooked!
In summary, 3 words... Very very nice!
OK, its not cheap, but in life you get what you pay for. It was by a country mile the best meal I've had for the location. Service was excellent too with very helpful staff who didn't ask me every 12 seconds if everything was "alright with the meal Sir?".
Would I eat there again? YES
Would I recommend it? YES
Would I go anywhere else in Terminal 3? NO
I have no affiliation with Rhubarb. Or Custard. Apart from that Video I have of them in loft. Adios
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