English Breakfast: Just Can’t Get Enough

A big congratulations goes out to Germany for winning the 2014 World Cup. It was an exciting game to watch as both Germany and Argentina was at its best. I watched the game at Commonwealth Cafe & Pub on Telegraph Avenue in Oakland. It was my first visit and it was a packed house. I’m not sure if I was having British pub withdrawals that brought me here, but it was definitely a good time.
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My friend ordered the French Toast which came with mixed berries, clotted cream, and syrup. I love clotted cream and it made for a perfect brunch item for Commonwealth. It wasn’t on their regular menu, but a special item for the day. My friend was really happy with the dish and she shared some of it with me. I liked how the toast was made into strips so you get a lot of the crust which I think is the best part of French toast. The berries were fresh and in season. And did I say I am in love with clotted cream?
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In London, I enjoyed a typical English breakfast with eggs, bacon, sausage, tomatoes, hash browns, beans, and toast. I highly recommend the Regency Cafe for it. Here is the photo of my recent breakfast in London.
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I noticed the Commonwealth had beans and toast which I ordered. It sounded so comforting and not too heavy. I am sure it’s not the top item on their menu but I enjoyed it and it hit the spot.
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We watched a lot of food being served and it all looked really fresh and good. Commonwealth is a great place for food and to watch sports. The menu seemed quite authentic to British pub fare and I know I’ll be back soon.

I forgot to mention Commonwealth serves a variety of beer on tap as well as bottled, have ciders available and makes a decent Bloody Mary. They also carry beans from Oakland’s RoastCo and have an espresso machine. All your drink needs will be met.

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