We moved from the reading lounge to the bright, airy dining room which was reminiscent of a large country kitchen with lots of light wood and a beautiful display of cakes and muffins! The atmosphere was busy and buzzy but we were able to place our order quickly.
Steve had the Pistachio and Lemon Thyme Portobello Mushroom - poached eggs, gruyere potato rösti, orange hazelnut hollandaise.
We shared sides of crispy halloumi, mushrooms and bacon. Steve wanted the bacon to go with his veggie dish. The plates were so prettily presented and they tasted so good too. The halloumi was probably a touch over done and too crispy but everything else was great including the fresh orange juice and English breakfast tea.
The Grain Store is a lovely place for breakfast, brunch, lunch and probably dinner. It's in a quiet area especially over the weekend and there's not much else there but if in search of a good brunch dish then there's no need for anything else to be there. The Grain Store is enough.