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Albert’s Schloss has introduced a new breakfast menu – and it’s absolutely wunderbar

Big fat breakfast bagels, fry ups and pancake stacks are the order of the day.

Georgina Pellant Georgina Pellant - 21st September 2022

Albert’s Schloss has just introduced a new breakfast menu packed with Alpine delights.

Manchester’s Bohemian bier palace, cook haus and bakery has just rolled out a host of new dishes perfect for the upcoming cold season, so naturally we had to go down and give it a try.

Think stacked Schloss breakfast poppy bagels filled with your choice of Yorkshire streaky bacon, round bratwurst, haus chilli jam and gouda, coriander and pink pickled onions, soft chive omelette, slow roasted portobello mushrooms and smashed avocado (£7.95).

Elsewhere, you’ll find more haus-baked bagels filled with smoked salmon, chive cream cheese and poached Burford Brown eggs, alongside British breakfast staples like the full English, eggs benedict and avocado and eggs.

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Image: The Manc Eats
Image: The Manc Eats

We went for the regular fry-up and a meaty breakfast bagel, washed down with a few ‘liveners’ which more than did the required job of bringing us back to life after a long, mournful weekend.

Opting for an espresso martini and a relatively fiery Bloody Mary (well, a Red Snapper, as we switched out the vodka for gin), we got stuck in to our platefuls of chunky sausage, crispy bacon bits and stacks of lightly charred toast.

Overall, the size of the Catherine wheel sausage left us a little disappointed (it was, as you can see, really more of a squiggle) but it’s fair to say that the rest of the plate more than made up for it.

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A pot of beans, rich, gooey fried eggs and a hearty helping of crispy Yorkshire streaky bacon was a warm hug on a cold September morning, whilst a poppy seed bagel spilling over with colour and freshness did wonders to lift our spirits.

Whilst there’s not much here for vegans, vegetarians are well catered for with dishes like goats cheese and courgette fritters with Burford brown eggs, frankfurt sauce and spicy devilled tomatoes, and Turkish eggs with garlic yoghurt, poached Burford brown eggs, herbs, chilli butter, crispy onions and sourdough toast.

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There’s also a veggie Cook Haus breakfast with Moving Mountains sausage, smashed avocado,
Burford brown egg, roasted portobello mushroom, baked beans, hash brown, roast tomato and Pain de Mie toast, and a sweet veggie pancake stack with vanilla, berries, maple syrup and cream.

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Served from Monday to Friday from 10am-1pm, and Saturday and Sunday from 9am-1pm, walk-ins are welcome but advance bookings are advised to avoid disappointment.

To see the full menu, visit Albert’s Schloss website here.

Feature image – The Manc Eats