Honeydale Farm

Fancying a Sunday morning breakkie, my boyfriend and I headed out to Honeydale Farm today. The location of this little farm cafΓ© is perfect, with great links to the local area, but also a lovely view out onto the surrounding farmland in Kent.

Whenever I visit Honeydale Farm, I am always surprised at how busy it is. The little cafΓ© is always full, with lovely countryside chic furniture and two outdoor areas. We luckily sneaked a seat and ordered our food.

We did have to wait about half an hour for the food, but were informed of this and so it made the wait not seem so long. Plus, the food was SO worth the wait.

We ordered an Eggs Royale, and their new(ish) addition to the menu, Sunshine Eggs. The Sunshine eggs consisted of two poached eggs with Hollandaise sauce on sliced avocado and an English muffin.

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Eggs Royale and Sunshine Eggs From Honeydale Farm

It was beautifully served, and seasoned very well. These delicate touches really enhanced the simple breakfast and we were seriously pleased!

I would rate this meal a 6/10 for value for money, as it is slightly on the more pricey side for a simple dish, however the setting and the thought of giving to a local farm business means every once in a while this delicious treat is definitely worth the trip!

For treat inspiration, check out the Honeydale Farm Instagram, full of homemade snacks!

If you know of any local farms and little cute cafΓ©s that are worth the trip, please let me know in the comments!!!

Love, Maddie x

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madeleinejane

Living in London. Spending my time exploring and eating. I write reviews!

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