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is nothing like a bit of brunch on a weekend, and having noticed that Café Z Bar is always packed out we wanted to try it.  The menu is mainly Turkish but they also offer a couple of English Breakfast options.

We ate an English Breakfast, Spanish Omelette and a Mix Menemen. The breakfast was “well nice” – that’s actually how B described it, and at only £4.20 well cheap. The Spanish Omelette served with chips and salad was good but the clear winner was the Mix Menemen.

Scrambled eggs with feta cheese, onions, tomatoes, Turkish sausage and peppers served in an oven dish. We had never tried Menemen before but we loved it. A tasty dish, the ingredients worked well together, and served with bread it was the perfect hangover cure.

The fresh fruit juices and Turkish teas and coffees are also worth a mention as are the friendly, helpful staff, even on a Sunday morning. A thumbs up from us.

Just make sure you wait for a table upstairs, instead of sitting in the dingy basement downstairs.

Cafe Z Bar, 8 Stoke Newington High Street, N16