We love our food at Grand Central. So much so, we find it an ideal convenience that you’re able to get breakfast, lunch and dinner, all under one roof. With cuisine from all over the world including the likes of Vietnam and Portugal, we really are spoilt for choice at Grand Central and we wouldn’t have it any other way.
After you’ve grabbed your early morning coffee from Costa, make your way over to Tapas Revolution where you can enjoy some Desayunos – a range of traditional English breakfasts, each with a Spanish twist. Our favourite is the Benedictinos – a grilled brioche bun, 2 poached eggs, Serrano ham and hollandaise sauce.
Or if you’re after an end-of-week sweet treat to get your morning going, head over to Muffin Break and sample their delicious range of freshly-made muffins! If you’re feeling particularly adventurous then we recommend the Spiced Ricotta, Raspberry and Hazelnut Muffin.
If you’re feeling a little oriental over lunch, we have exactly what you need. Home to not one but three oriental restaurants in Yo! Sushi, Yakinori and Pho, we have everything to suit your sushi or noodle needs. Our favourite this week has been Yo! Sushi’s ‘Mid-week Happy Hour’ – any 3 plates plus a small beer/wine/any soft drink for just £15! Available between 3pm-7pm Tuesday-Thursday.
If the kids are joining you for lunch, don’t fret, we have you covered, too. When any adult’s main course is purchased, kids eat for free at Giraffe whilst kids eat for just £1 at Carluccio’s! With everything from quesadillas to fish fingers and chips, Grand Central can help your children enjoy lunch time for so much less!
With the nights beginning to draw in and work hours seeming longer by the day, it’s all the more effort to get home and cook. Why not stop off at Nandos for a quick chicken fix? Our current favourite is the Sunset Burger. Although, add peri-peri to anything and we’ll just about eat it!