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[[Ewan]] visited for breakfast on a Saturday morning, and got the vegetarian option <small>[http://www.flickr.com/photos/55935853@N00/3740385078/ photo]</small>, which came with the usual ingredients (baked beans, a sunny side-up fried egg, mushrooms and some rather blackened grilled tomatoes) along with vegetarian sausages trying to emulate the real thing, all quality ingredients, mostly (apart from those burnt tomatoes) well-cooked, and filling. Jo's healthier breakfast <small>[http://www.flickr.com/photos/55935853@N00/3739594991/ photo]</small> still managed to find a place for halloumi and bread, alongside its cucumber, peppers and hummous, but it was pretty decent.
[[Ewan]] visited for breakfast on a Saturday morning, and got the vegetarian option <small>[http://www.flickr.com/photos/55935853@N00/3740385078/ photo]<small>, which came with the usual ingredients (baked beans, a sunny side-up fried egg, mushrooms and some rather blackened grilled tomatoes) along with vegetarian sausages trying to emulate the real thing, all quality ingredients, mostly (apart from those burnt tomatoes) well-cooked, and filling. Jo's healthier breakfast <small>http://www.flickr.com/photos/55935853@N00/3739594991/ photo]</small> still managed to find a place for halloumi and bread, alongside its cucumber, peppers and hummous, but it was pretty decent.
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Breakfasts were priced around &pound;6, with coffee <small>[http://www.flickr.com/photos/55935853@N00/3739587415/ photo]</small> an extra. They also have an orange juice machine which squeezes fresh orange juice: pricy but very tasty.

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A park cafe in Springfield Park, Upper Clapton, which also goes by the name "Spark Cafe".

The high-ceiling roofs of this former mansion building now house this friendly cafe. A short order kitchen operates behind the front bar area, and a few tables dot themselves around this and the adjoining room, with its large windows and creaky floors. There's also a large outdoors seating area in the park itself, with some spectacular views across the Lea Valley.

As might be expected this is a popular location for parents of the area, but there's usually space and it's never too overpowering.

Ewan visited for breakfast on a Saturday morning, and got the vegetarian option photo, which came with the usual ingredients (baked beans, a sunny side-up fried egg, mushrooms and some rather blackened grilled tomatoes) along with vegetarian sausages trying to emulate the real thing, all quality ingredients, mostly (apart from those burnt tomatoes) well-cooked, and filling. Jo's healthier breakfast http://www.flickr.com/photos/55935853@N00/3739594991/ photo] still managed to find a place for halloumi and bread, alongside its cucumber, peppers and hummous, but it was pretty decent.

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Last visited by Ewan and Jo, 18 July 2009.

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