Your jaw will literally drop when you see the shocking state of the fryups being offered to undergraduates in the UK. This shockumentary blows the lid off the greasy underworld of student catering and reveals the dreadful truth behind the cheap seedy fryups which are perverting the palettes of students across the nation.
Sorry, I was advised that my intros could be a bit punchier. Nailed it I think.
The mighty Fry Up Police have again allowed me access to their glorious and terrifying archives to have a peek at what’s going on in the world of higher-education fryups. I’ts generally not a pretty sight.
AA from Newcastle University paid £4.45 for this Prisoner Cell Block H-esque bleak fryup.
JCC blew a chunk of his student loan on this at University of Portsmouth student’s union. ‘Mega-breakfast’. £4.29. Looks very Wetherspoony.
University of Birmingham “Longboat”. £4.95. A bit more colour on the sausages and a couple of slices of decent bread and I’d give it a sail! Cheers AA.
GP is doing a Masters in Advanced Photography at University of Southampton. Students Union cafe – £4.00 for the 10 item ‘mega’ fry. Sausages, tomatoes and eggs look passable.
This is a bit grim. University of Sheffield , £3.50. Hoping you’re ok AW.
£2.70, the Great Hall, Christ Church, Oxford. Nice chairs, rubbish sausage SB.
Every Christmas the University of South Wales cooks an all you can eat breakfast for £3.50. BP is in his 17th year there.
RW doesn’t even get a fork at St Mary’s University, Twickenham. £2.50
£3.50, Elements Cafe at Heriot-Watt University. Is it too late to change your Uni CD?
TL got this moist one for £4.50 at the Nottingham Trent Uni student’s union.
SB wept as they poured beans all over that lovely egg. £2.65 Hertfordshire University , not too shoddy for the price.
Thankfully not all students choose or are forced to rely on their fryups from school-stylee canteens, some of them get off their backsides and do it themselves, producing sublime efforts like this one from PC who is reading Fish at Plymouth.
I shall be writing to Ofsted or someone about this whole rubbish student fryup issue. Jaws will drop.