East Hills Café Bistro // Eating Out

Tucked away down a secluded lane, East Hills in Brundall is just a three minute walk down from the train station by the Yare pub.  
   

The olives were standardly pelasant in a simple brine, and the sundried tomatoes had a nice herbed oil on them. With the delicate, not overpowering olive oil and balsamic to dip, this was really a lovely board. They also offered a version with grilled vegetable and cheese, fish, or meat.

I think a sourdough or pitta could have been a slight improvement on the white bread, but the way it was presented was just so aesthetically pleasing I could see through it – it reminded me of a bread Jenga!

 
 

  

I opted for the soup of the day – courgette and tomato which I was surprised at how flavourful and notnoverly sweet it was (deinfitely better then your standard Heinz). And the bread that came with it was soft, fresh, and had to be almost an inch thick!

 

They also had a variety of paninis and sandwiches, such as this cheese and roasted vegetable, which were also available to pre order if you’re in a hurry.
  
  
Generously portioned, the dessert menu varied from warm classics, like this sticky toffee pudding with ice cream, to fresh summer sweet treats like eaton mess. 

They also had a selection of around five fresh cakes, flapjacks and cookies, as well as scones and sausage rolls.

  
The walk down is also gorgeous, with tonnes of trees and being able to sit outside means you can stare in envy at all the yachts (goals).

One Pan Spicy Veg, Beef and Egg // Recipe

This ‘recipe’ is one I eat on a near daily basis. It’s perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner, and you can mix and match any ingredients for whatever you have in the fridge. If having for breakfast, I imagine most people would leave out the beef (I like it, but maybe as Quorn doesn’t have quite the same ‘meaty’ taste), and substitute for another egg. Any veg will do really, I often chuck in some kale, courgette, mushrooms etc, so today’s was just what I had in the draws. You can also change the spice according to your tastes, completely leaving it out altogether or adding a whole chilli if you really fancy it!

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