Top spots for breakfast in Berkshire
PUBLISHED: 10:05 09 October 2017 | UPDATED: 16:05 24 January 2018
Whether you prefer a full English or a snack on the go, breakfast really can be the tastiest meal of the day if it’s done right... and this Berkshire lot certainly do it right!
Oslar Coffee Shop, Wokingham
If breakfast for you is all about coffee that sets you up for the day ahead, then this Wokingham establishment is a great choice. Expect service with a smile, plenty of locally sourced foodie treats and hugely diverse range of teas (20 to be exact) and coffees to choose from.
Cinnamon Café, Windsor
This Windsor café is perfect for delicious bacon sandwiches and bagels, freshly made porridge, cereal or just a slice of toast. Wash it down with one of their coffees - the original recipe flat white is a fine choice - although everything from espresso to mocha is available, with additional shots of coffee if you need a boost.
Café Yolk, Reading
Whilst this article is our round up of some great Berkshire breakfast locations, you really don’t need us to tell us why you should pay Café Yolk a visit. After a look at their mouth-watering menu - ranging from Dippy Eggs and Bacon and Pancakes to Mexican Omelete and Belgian Waffles - and a peruse of their Instagram page, you shouldn’t need much tempting.
Whether you’re heading to Bill’s before work with a colleague or having a relaxed one with family and friends, there will be something on the menu for you. Their Coconut Porridge will get you set for a day in the office, or if you’ve got some more time on your hands the Bill’s Breakfast (fried egg, sausages, bacon, pesto roasted tomatoes, mushrooms and toast) is the one for you.
Served from 8am to 12pm (9:30am to 12pm on weekends), breakfast at Tummies is the perfect stop for those looking for a gluten free or vegetarian option. The Eggs Mexicana cater for both the aforementioned dietary requirements, or perhaps the Eggs "Forestiere" will tickle your fancy.
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