Black Butter, Lymington - Review


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Last weekend Elliot and I spent Saturday driving around in the campervan. Our first stop of the day was Lymington for some brunch. We'd had a look online for somewhere to visit and Black Butter had come up a few times so we decided to give it a go...

Black Butter, Lyminton Review 


Whilst not being the largest brunch menu in the world, there are plenty of options to be had. All sorts of eggs on toast combinations, pancakes, granola, and, of course, the (featured here) breakfast muffin. They're also open in the evenings and have a whole range of cocktails, shots, and other alcoholic drinks available too. 


A cute little spot, the decor at Black Butter is very simple and minimalistic. There's pot plants everywhere, fairy lights and a generally airy feel to the place with the large windows the whole across the front. 


We ordered two 'Black Butter Breakfast Muffins' and a 'Hash Brown Share Box'. The muffins were absolutely full of sausage and bacon, and the chipotle mayo was a great accompaniment you wouldn't expect. The hash brown share box comprised of 8 hashbrowns and the same chipotle mayo and we polished off the lot. The food was incredibly tasty and I'd definitely recommend it. There was also plenty of food too, we certainly didn't leave hungry.


Black Butter in Lymington isn't the largest of places so during the summer I imagine it gets very busy very quickly. Although saying that, we were able to walk straight in, at lunchtime, without a booking on a sunny Saturday. The staff were all really friendly and price-wise, Black Butter is about average for what you'd expect for a nice brunch. I think we paid less than £25 including a pot of tea for two. 

If you're ever in the Lymington area and after a tasty brunch, definitely give Black Butter a go. That chipotle mayo was one of the best I've ever had and we've even tried recreating it ourselves at home (to no avail, unfortunately). 

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