Feast on the Hill is a place that I’d been meaning to go to for a while but just never got round to it. So when a friend suggested meeting there one weekend, it was the perfect chance to go try the place out.
As it was a bright sunny Spring like day, there were a few people dining outdoors! Inside, the cafe was busy and most of the tables were already occupied. The decor was quite simple with dark wooden furniture.
I wasn’t sure how hungry I actually was so was contemplating between a light brunch, such as bagels or something slightly heartier. Eggs Florentine caught my eye and my decision was made!
Nicely toasted muffin topped with a good amount of spinach and two poached eggs to complete! The eggs had been cooked well done just like I had requested. The hollandaise sauce that topped the eggs was pretty good! It had a light frothy texture and a tangy flavour. The dish also had some dressing which worked well with the eggs, spinach and muffin.
As I was having brunch, I had the English breakfast tea. It was served in a white teapot. It was nice that the cup was more like a coffee cup in size, so it felt like a good size cup of tea!
The staff and service were good. Even though I had ordered a little while after my friends, I was not waiting too long for my food.
Feast on the Hill was busy and there were constantly queues of people waiting to be seated. But we were not rushed in any way and were given the chance to enjoy our food and to chat!
Feast on the Hill, 56 Fortis Green Road, Muswell Hill, London, N10 3HN