lot of places in town have different breakfast menus - so we
thought it worthwhile considering these aspects separately.
It also gave us an excuse to eat out in the morning as well
as the night before......
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Cafe Copia (website)
Quite a variety on offer: Bacon/sausage etc wraps and sandwiches, eggs or beans on toast, cereals, pancakes, yoghurts, croissants and so on. The Suffolk bacon, cheddar and tomato wrap I tried was tasty, filling and well presented. Fresh fruits and smoothies are on offer as well as the expected coffees and teas.
77 High St,, 01628 298101Visitor reviews
Costa Coffee (website)
Standard selection of paninis, muffins etc. - and the Breakfast Club Sandwich is nice and filling. As per the main review, the benefit of breakfast here is the size of the place means you can probably find a nice quiet spot upstairs to have a relaxing read of the Sunday papers...
4 West StreetVisitor reviews
Undoubtedly my favourite spot for breakfast - with a great selection of food and drinks served by efficient and friendly staff in pleasant surroundings. I tend to alternate between - Full cooked breakfast (beans are served in their own special pot - how posh is that!) - (massive) Bacon and cheese omelette Also serves what I rate is easily the best coffee in town.
59 High Street, 01628 475873Visitor reviews
Pips of Marlow (website)
A really good range of cooked breakfasts ranging from "Beans on Toast" to the huge "Bucks Biggest". Prices all very reasonable - a good value and pleasant breakfast location. Opens 7am Tues-Fri, 8am Mon, 8:30am Sat. As noted in the main cafe review - not open on Sunday!
4-5 Anglers Court, Spittal St, 01628 472828Visitor reviews
Best for an early breakfast, since from 10.30 onwards it really starts to fill up and gets clogged by numerous oversized pushchairs and so forth. However when it's quiet - it's great to relax with the paper in one of the big comfy chairs, although it has to be said the seating and decor could do with a bit of a refurb. Breakfast options include various paninis, muffins etc.
60 High Street, 01628 476914Visitor reviews
The All Day Breakfast of 2 slices of bacon, an egg, frankfurter, tomato and chips is ok, but nothing special. In particular it's the frankfurter instead of a banger that lets it down. But if you fancy a change, there are things such as the Bacon Grill.. including a burger in your breakfast!
64 High Street, 01628 483501Visitor reviews
Glaze at the Crowne Plaza (website)
I had a very enjoyable breakfast buffet here. The usual things you would expect for a quality hotel - cereals, pastries and of course the all important cooked full English buffet. I always prefer being able to compose my own breakfast - and in particular I was impressed by the comprehensive range - e.g.2 different types of sausage were on offer. Free newspapers, and a relaxed atmosphere added to the enjoyment.
Fieldhouse Lane, 01628 496 800Visitor reviews
I tried the largest breakfast on the menu... and when it came was worried I couldn't manage it - truly massive! Friendly service, and usually quite quiet.
13 Spittal Street, 01628 473532Visitor reviews