Breakfasts are another peculiar feature of ethnic cuisine as one should not hope for a traditional generous portions and vast choice of meals at the table. Guests will most probably be offered a traditional hamlette being scrambled eggs with ham, a light vegetable garnish and toasts with paste. Noon is the best time for lunch, offering a more nutritive meal. Local restaurants offer a rich lunch menu including various sorts of sandwiches. Also local residents still keep up a good tradition of evening tea, so a free table is rather challenging to find in any local café or eating house at 5 o’clock in the evening.
A rich assortment of pastry, aroma tea with milk and sweet tempting desserts are the main complements to evening tea, being one of the main ethnic features. Dinner commonly falls after 18 being the most important meal during a day. Evenings the local restaurants offer a rich choice of meat and fish dishes, great assortment of main courses and fantastic garnishes on the menu. A visit to the city of Reading will not be complete without a good exploration of local eating houses and trying ethnic specialities. That is why tourists are recommended to include a gastronomy tour through local eating houses on the schedule of Reading visit.
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