Although the idiosyncratic makings of this full English ($19) were thoroughly spelled out on the menu, one component nonetheless fixed my eye when breakfast was served. The beans, at far right, were not baked, but black — a fine addition to a Costa Rican casado but no better than a curiosity at Kirsh. Compare a more traditional presentation by Myers of Keswick and lament that the British specialty shop's cooked-food stall, which briefly held court at the old Gansevoort Market, is no more.
Kirsh Bakery & Kitchen
551 Amsterdam Ave. (86th-87th Sts.), Manhattan