ORIGIN OF “ALL DAY BREAKFAST”

Breakfast literally means “breaking the fast” of the night, as it is the first meal after sleep. But have you ever craved breakfast food so badly you want it all the time?
 All day breakfast is said to be originated from the 17th century, which it was popular among English royalties! Guess we are all royalties now, aren’t we?

BUT INDEED & WOULD RATHER HAVE NOTHING BUT TEA

Have you ever heard of the Jane Austen Festival? This famous author of Pride and Prejudice and many other classics was so well-respected that a festival is held every year in September to remember her legacy! 
It’s said that she was a great tea lover, so perhaps the next you stop by you can try to enjoy our Teapigs tea and relive the legendary life she had!

ORIGIN OF “FISH AND CHIPS”

Fish and Chips, one of the greatest hot dishes ever invented in England! With the nicely-coated and deep fried batter crust, our fish and chips at Oliver’s Super Sandwiches is now crispier than ever! Come and try now!

ORIGIN OF “SUNDAY ROAST”

Did you know the Sunday Roast was actually originated in England as a meal to be eaten after church on Sunday? No?
Come and enjoy our Herbs Roast Chicken with French Fries, for educational purpose of course! The dish is not included in our everyday menu.

ORIGIN OF “SANDWICH”

Oliver’s Super Sandwiches offers you the best noble experience!
 Did you know that sandwiches was a treat invented by John Montagu, the 4th Earl of Sandwich, an English aristocrat in the 18th-century?!
 Perhaps you will never look at sandwiches in the same way now, will you?