De Maines of Moseley

Opening Times
Monday – Saturday8.30am – 3pm
Sunday10.30am – 3.30pm
CafeBrunchBritish££French

Contact
0121 449 3070
Address
31 St Mary's Row, Birmingham B13 8HW
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Why we love it

Welcome to all-day breakfast heaven. From full-English fry-ups with all the trimmings (black pudding and hash browns included) to hot sandwiches made with crusty doorstop bread packed with layers of bacon, sausage and egg, De Maines of Moseley knows how to do breakfast the right way. With such an extensive menu (toasties, wraps and omelettes also feature), it’s hard to know exactly what to choose - but you’ve got this!

First impressions might make you think that this is your classic English breakfast spot - but De Maines of Moseley has a French accent in the form of galette. If you haven’t had a galette before, it’s a type of pancake made with buckwheat that’s filled with savoury bites and folded into a square. There are a few different galettes to choose from, including the ‘classic’ (ham, egg, and cheese), the vegetarian (egg, cheese, mushrooms and tomatoes), and the ‘special’ (blackpudding, apple and onion). But our personal favourite has to be the Gallette Breakfast - a heart pancake stuffed with everything you want in a breakfast fry-up: sausage, egg, bacon, mushrooms and tomatoes. It might sound like an unusual combination but believe us - it’s good.

If you’re looking for something to book for a team lunch or event, De Maines of Moseley also provide catering. There’s a variety of affordable buffet options (pay per head) to pick from, made fresh using quality ingredients to suit all dietary requirements.

The look and feel of De Maines of Moseley itself is small and modest, with a handful of practical wooden tables, and handwritten blackboard menus spread throughout the venue. One thing in particular that’s noteable is the team’s brilliant taste in music. There’s always great tunes playing, with lively jazz and reggae blasting out on Fridays, and more calm folk music (Bob Dylan anyone?) flowing from the kitchen on Sundays.

For breakfast, this low-pressure and unpretentious spot is a must visit. Get it on your hit-list!

Highlights

Yes they have a full-english filled galette - and yes you should order it.
Be sure to check out the cake of the week.
Try the French herbal tea - it’ll chill you right out.

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