The menu wasn't extensive but somehow there were so many things I wanted to try. It was such a tough decision that I decided to go with the safest option - The Odd Brekkie (it's hard to go wrong with such a classic assembly of ingredients). The toast was perfect, the tomato and mushroom were juicy but not overly soaked, and the poached eggs were perfectly runny in the centre. The sausage in particular was so huge I couldn't finish it, even with hubby's help.
There was also a display of tarts and cakes that I was immediately attracted to once I walked in. Cheesecakes, puddings, tarts, breads, ooh, too enticing. Unfortunately I could only pick one, so I chose the chocolate and banana tartlet, which was a delight. I have to try the lemon and coconut cheesecake one day.
The Odd Room no doubt offers great food and cheery service, which is why I think it is quite underrated. I should probably make a few more visits before everyone else discovers this little gem!