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Whitbread rolls out all-you-can-eat breakfast

By Jo Bruce , 08-Jun-2011

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Breakfast: offer across Whitbread brands

Breakfast: offer across Whitbread brands

Whitbread has rolled out an all-you-can eat and drink breakfast offer across Beefeater Grill, Table Table, Brewers Fayre and Taybarns sites.

 

All restaurants which are connected to a Premier Inn hotel offer the buffet breakfast (continental £5.25 & cooked £7.99) with two kids eating free.

 

At restaurants that are not connected to a Premier Inn hotel, customers can have a cooked breakfast from £3.25, plus kids under 10 can eat free when an adult purchases a Large Breakfast meal deal for £4.75.

 

The buffet breakfast is served from 6.30am on weekdays and 7.30am at weekends, until 10.30am.

 

A Grab & Go option of croissant and Costa coffee at £2.95 is also available.

 

Featured brands include Kellogg's, Yeo Valley, Del Monte, Heinz, Twinings and Whitbread's Costa Coffee.

 

The buffet includes fresh fruit salad, organic yoghurts, bacon, eggs (any style), sausages, two-egg omelettes, crumpets and compôte. Drinks include Costa coffee, tea and fruit juices.

 

Other options include a small vegetarian breakfast (£3.25) with the option to upgrade to a meal deal with bottomless tea/coffee/juices for £1 extra; breakfast rolls, including sausage & egg (£2.50); and Breakfast Bites, including eggs on toast (£2.25) and porridge (£1.50).

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