Their gozleme is absolutely delicious. If you don’t know what gozleme is — go to Fonthill café and taste it for yourself. It is thin flat bread which has cheese or meat or potatoes or spinach inside of it(or all four ingredients — as you wish!). They make it in front of you — the lady in apron and headscarf kneads the dough, adds whatever ingredient(s) you chose and cooks it on an open hob. It takes about 4 minutes to be cooked but my goodness it is so delicious! It costs between £2.50 and £4 depending on the amount of fillings you want. Also, if you are up for good old full English — this place makes it really fresh(hash browns honestly tasted like they grow their potatoes in the back yard), the only disappointment was sausage — it wasn’t the proper grind meat one, but rather a hot dog type. Other than that — £5.80 can buy you a delicious full English and dare I say — one of the best in town.