The full English breakfast at the Riviera Cafe in Selsey is a hard one to beat.
The eggs are fresh, there is two of everything on a large plate and it’s well cooked.
On the whole breakfast menu’s in Chichester and surrounds are all much the same. Not that much variety, a bit dull. No fried bread as far as I am aware and an old favourite; French toast served with crispy bacon and marmalade is a rare find.
Whereas the fried slice is pretty much a standard option on the menus in the cafes in Selsey.
The Riviera also offer sliced ham with bubble and squeak, topped with poached eggs. A little bit different. One I enjoyed.
There is plenty of seating and the service is generally fast and efficient. It’s a bit like a retro 60’s Diner with bench seats and tables tucked away in cubicles.