1. This Upper West Side Jewish deli was an Anthony Bourdain favourite — he once called it the “quintessential New York City breakfast” — and his go-to order was that Novia Scotia lox egg scramble, plus some bagels. [Hint: Ba Gr]
2. A great jambon-beurre is all about the quality of its only three ingredients: Parisian ham, butter and, of course, the crispy baguette that’s holding the magic together. [Hint: La Fo de Be]
3. Dishes like roast lamb, salads, fish and delicious homemade desserts regularly feature on the menu, but the real star is their highly acclaimed Cocido Madrileno. [Hint: La Bo** in Madrid]
4. Firenze: We enjoyed a bowl of Ribolitta, a Tuscan traditional vegetable bread soup; Prosciutto e Melone, local ham and melon; Porchetta Con Patate Al Forno, another traditional dish of a big slice of roast pork with crackling skin served with roast potatoes; and Erbette Miste Al Vapore, steamed greens. [Hint: Fiaschetteria Os Nu]
5. No hints with this last one, sorry, too easy: £19.95, Sandwich selection: Cucumber, dill and cream cheese, Coronation Yorkshire chicken, Ham and wholegrain mustard, Bleikers’ tea-smoked salmon; Miniature cake selection: Mango & raspberry slice, Coconut & lime battenberg, Chocolate cube; Sultana scone with strawberry preserve and clotted cream; Tea.