I never seem to have enough time in the morning for breakfast as I'm rushing around getting William ready for school or getting myself ready for either work or university. On the days when I'm not doing them, I'm usually travelling and this usually makes me snack like crazy through out the whole day.
Cue my saviour, the new TGI Fridays in Piccadilly Station, Manchester. The first Fridays Fast Track which has individual seating (as well as booths and other areas for groups to sit), power points and WIFI. It's perfect for commuters whether you're just grabbing a coffee and a sandwich or catching up with friends.
I'm always commuting into Manchester and thought I'd try out their breakfast range.
I opted for the vegetarian Fridays Benedict which is compromised of two toasted buns, topped with spinach and mushroom, each with a poached egg and covered in hollandaise sauce. IT also comes with crispy potatoes.
They had my meal out within 12 minutes! The food was absolutely delicious and very moreish. The eggs were cooked to perfection and the potatoes were like nothing I've tasted before.
I was a very filling meal which meant that I didn't snack afterwards and I wasn't hungry until past lunch time.
The staff were very friendly and I spoke to one of the waitresses (Holly I think her name was) about Don't Tell The Bride and what our dream weddings would be.
I even got a seat next to the window overlooking Manchester which was nice to just unwind and watch the world go by.
Overall I'm very happy that they've opened up TGI Fridays Fast Track and I will most definitely be going back there.
Do you think a 'Fast Track' restaurant is a good idea? Would you use it?
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