THE FULL English breakfast is a staple of the British diet and as classic as fish and chips or a Sunday roast.
The English breakfast is one of the best-loved national meals in the world. Sir Winston Churchill refused to start the day until he’d polished off his Full English in bed – along with a cigar and a weak whisky and soda. Nothing quite marks Britain’s cultural hegemony more than a full-blown fry-up.
The traditional full English breakfast is a centuries old British breakfast tradition, one that can trace its roots back to the early 1300’s. In one form or another, the tradition of a uniquely English breakfast is one that has been proudly sustained over the centuries by different generations of British society.
Today the English breakfast is more popular than ever and you can usually find an English breakfast in most towns and cities across the country and overseas wherever you find the British. And in spite of the trend towards more fashionable and healthier (though vastly more boring) breakfast alternatives, recent statistics suggest we’re still sticklers for tradition.
The ‘English Breakfast’ basics are generally the same, but the varieties are near-endless. From extravagant brunches to fat-laden fry-ups, exactly what does or doesn’t belong on the plate depends on what you choose.
And finally, it’s always the right time for a fry-up
We serve our breakfast from open until close so why not pop in and try today we’re sure you will not be disappointed!