Festival Street Kitchen in Festival Place is an indepedent family run business specialising in delicious homecooked street food, well known for it's daily big pan specials and burritos but did you know there are lots of breakfast options available too? It's breakfast menu includes wraps, baps and quesadilla, served Monday to Saturday 8.30am to 11am and Sunday 9am to 11.30am.
For those who enjoy a lie-in, Cote Brasserie offer a breakfast menu until 11.30am or a brunch menu from 11.30am until 2pm at the weekend. Its menu includes full breakfasts (with meat, vegan and vegetarian options), French toast, croques, eggs and lighter choices including yoghurt bowls. For a special occasion, why not make it a champagne breakfast.
Sometimes after a well-deserved lie-in, breakfast is more like brunch. Book in to Duck and Tipple in Wote Street for a bottomless brunch from 12noon until 4pm on a Friday and Saturday or all day on a Sunday. Choose your two-hour time slot and enjoy a meat, cheese, mixed or vegan platter board alongside your chosen hot or cold tipples from the menu.
Breakfast and brunch around the borough
In the quaint village of Old Basing awaits the hustle and bustle of the artisan bakery The Street Bakeshop. For breakfast and brunch, The Street Bakeshop offers delicious slow fermented breads and pastries, sourdough granola with home made berry compote and greek yogurt, as well as house cured bacon and pork sausages on a soft sourdough roll. All this is served alongside locally roasted coffee from The Roasting Party and loose leaf tea from The Tea Makers. The Bakeshop is all about excellent food, and everything sold at The Street Bakeshop is made from scratch on site. You can even enjoy your breakfast while watching the bakers at work.