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Review – breakfast – Albert’s Schloss, Bold Street

When it comes to breakfast in Liverpool, there’s no shortage of recommendations.

From great coffee to bottomless brunch, the city’s food and drink sector has continued to thrive.

One of the latest additions to the offering is Albert’s Schoss on Bold Street.

The Bavarian beer house has already nailed down a strong reputation as a go-to location for afternoon socialising, dining and nights out with some of the most talked about entertainment hitting the in-house stage.

Their breakfast offering is too generating a buzz. It includes the Kroissant Royale; a fresh, haus-baked croissant with lashings of sweet slow cooked onions, melted gouda cheese, Burford Brown fried eggs, shallots and chives, with a choice of smoked back bacon, Schloss famous bratwurst, or Moving Mountains vegan sausage to complete (you will need to have a big appetite for this one)!

Other dishes include the Salmon Royale and Spicy Mushroom Royale; both served on Haus-pide bread with Burford Brown poached eggs and hollandaise, the former featuring Ugie smoked salmon and latter adding a kick with chilli and molasses roast oyster mushrooms.

We opted for the Schloss’ klassic Cook Haus breakfast, which means a double helping of bratwurst and bacon for just £4 extra, to add to your Burford Brown egg, roasted portobello mushroom, baked beans, hash brown, roast tomato and Pain de Mie toast. We didn’t double up on any items, and didn’t need to, there was plenty on the plate.

The breakfast was good, but the headliner is the veggi sausages. My breakfast date, fabulous foodie Danielle, opted for the veggi breakfast so we could compare the offering. She couldn’t believe the sausage on her plate was vegetarian, and at one point we called the waiter over to confirm it was (which he quickly did).

Apparently it’s a big talking a point among vegetarian breakfast fans and is seeing people return over again.

Turkish Eggs, Haus Pastries and sweet and savoury pancakes are also on the seasonal menu.

Lighter bites include Haus granola, featuring Greek yoghurt, seasonal fruit compote, cinnamon and roasted seeds.

Great surroundings, feeling spacious but still comforting and the staff are incredibly friendly. It’s the perfect meeting point for groups and has plenty of space for a pram and children to spread out if family dining.
Another note is that due to the large size of the venue, and amount of covers, we didn’t feel rushed, so lounged for a while after food catching up.

Whether you fancy a tipple or not, there are plenty of options; from the classic liveners Bloody Mary and Espresso Martini, to Schloss hot schokolade and freshly squeezed limonata.

The Cook Haus serves up Royale breakfast dishes every day, from 9am until 12pm.

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