(Casa Tua lunch is served every day from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The menu is constantly changing in line with availability of our fresh produce, as result dishes may vary in content and flavor.)


    • Plain Croissant

    • Toast butter and Jam

      strawberry jam/orange marmalade/honey

    • Tomato and Cheese Croissant

    • Parma ham and Cheese Croissant

    • Casa Tua Porridge

      served with dried cranberries, banana and honey


    • Puglia


      mozzarella cheese, fresh tomato slices, basil pesto and oregano

    • Toscano

      salame Napoli, Pecorino cheese, honey and wild rocket

    • Parma

      prosciutto crudo, mixed leaves salad & mozzarella cheese

    • Primavera

      crispy bacon & avocado paste, freshly squeezed lemon & black pepper

    • Smoky Ciabatta

      cream cheese, smoked salmon, wild rocket, lemon dressing and black pepper

    • Chicken-Escalope

      chicken escalope, Emmenthal cheese, fresh tomato slices with herbs, mix leaves and mayo

    • BRUNCH

      From 9am-4pm, our brunches are made from British free range eggs, fresh seasonal greens, Italian sourdough brown Altamura bread and homemade Hollandaice suace.

    • Casa Tua Scramble & croissant


    • Omelette with Altamura Bread

      a choice of two of the following ingredients: spinach, smoked salmon, mozzarella, Parma ham, onion compote or mushrooms

    • Eggs Florentine


      two poached eggs, spinach, marinated mushrooms, hollandaise & toasted brown Altamura bread

    • Eggs Royale

      two poached eggs, smoked salmon, yogurt, hollandaise sauce & brown Altamura bread

    • Eggs Benedict

      two poached eggs, Parma ham, avocado, hollandaise sauce & toasted brown Altamura bread

    • Big John

      one poached Benedict, one poached Royal, one poached Florentine, toasted brown Altamura bread and hollandaise sauce



      Please note that our dishes may contain one or more of the following allergens: cereal, nuts, fish, shellfish, sesame seeds, eggs, milk, celery and celeriac, mustard, sulphur dioxide and sulphites. If in doubt, please ask a member of staff.

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