The Fat Budgie

A new establishment on the flyover end of Dale Street that is looking to make a stamp on the road. With close competition from Moose and City Cafe, could the Fat Budgie be… Continue reading

Bretta & Co.

Bretta & Co. is a new addition to the top end of town, just off the beaten track between Bold St & Renshaw Street it’s no-nonsense ‘pick your items’ breakfast meant no messing… Continue reading

Barley and Bean

Barley and Bean is a new kid on the block in a much deprived breakfasting area. It ticks all the boxes for every type of visitor and caters for it’s clients quite uniquely… Continue reading


The newly opened Everyman and eagerly anticipated Bistro has been one on the Toasters wish list for quite some time. Due to numerous commitments across the board, it was going to be another… Continue reading

Moon and Pea

After a few attempts to book the Moon and Pea with no joy, we thought the best way to ensure we get to sample the highly recommended establishment was to wait at the… Continue reading

Lox and Caper

With a small team during the summer months and only one reviewer, the Lox & Caper scores well! John Forbes Nosh, Jr “With a rendezvous point planned for around 1030 hours, I stalked… Continue reading

Espresso Plus

An unusual looking venue nestled into Rose Lane South Side and one that from the outside looks like a coffee and croissant kind of vibe opposed to a tea and toast outfit. We… Continue reading

The Vines

The Vines was always going to be a risky choice for a Toast, however needs must and we can’t be snobs and if you won’t eat where you’d drink what would that make… Continue reading

Temptations Cafe

A trip to North Liverpool saw the Toasters enter the quaint and well rated cafe on other inferior blog sites was to be visited. Let’s see what happened next!   Eggy Road Rover… Continue reading

The Baltic Social

After a few weeks of disappointing dips and sloppy service, the Baltic Social was the next venue of choice. Whilst mostly known for it’s music and variety of lagers, the food has started… Continue reading