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5 Places for the Best Breakfast in Newbury 2020

Places for the Best Breakfast in Newbury – looking for the best place for breakfast?  Have a look at our list!  Check out our list of the best brunch in Newbury too!

Walkabout

42 Cheap St, Newbury RG14 5BX

Walkabout is a casual Australian themed restaurant with live big screen sports.  They have a dedicated breakfast menu that includes Full English Breakfast (Two sausages, two rashers of bacon, two fried eggs, baked beans, two hash browns, mushrooms, half a grilled tomato, toast and butter), Sausage & Egg Muffin (A sausage patty with a fried egg and a burger cheese slice, served in a toasted muffin) and a Breakfast Wrap (Flour tortilla wrap, filled with sausage, bacon, burger cheese slice, fried egg and hash brown).

Toby Carvery

110 London Rd, Newbury RG14 2AJ

Toby Carvery do a quick and easy all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet.  “Whether you fancy tea and toast or want to go all out with our unlimited breakfast buffet including eggs, bacon and our famous breakfast Yorkies — here at Toby Carvery, we’ve got everything you need to give you the perfect start to your day.”  We have eaten breakfast in our local Toby Carvery lots of times.  It’s a help yourself buffet with all the usual full English goodies.  There is also a tea and coffee station and a station to make your own toast.

Breakfast at the Toby Carvery
All you can eat breakfast from the Toby Carvery

 

Sizzling Pubs

The Swan, London Road, Newbury, Hampshire, RG14 2DA

Sizzling Pubs do a excellent value breakfast with unlimited help-yourself tea or coffee up to 12 noon.  You can go for the Sizzling Breakfast (Two juicy pork sausages, two rashers of grilled back bacon, two fried free-range eggs, grilled tomato, grilled flat mushroom, potato and onion hash, Heinz® baked beans and your choice of unlimited white or wholemeal toast with butter. Served sizzling on a skillet, or on a plate if you prefer), or just porridge or white or brown toast.  You can also go for a bacon or sausage bap (vegetarian versions available).  Or why not go for The Works – a toasted brioche bun with grilled pork sausages and grilled back bacon and a fried free range egg.  Personally I recommend the sizzling breakfast!

Sizzling Pub Breakfast
Sizzling Breakfast from Sizzling Pubs

 

Bill’s Restaurant for Breakfast

16-18 Market Pl, Newbury RG14 5AZ

Bill’s has a lovely eclectic, home from home, comfortable feel to it.  Brunch plates include the ‘Bill’s Brunch’, two fried free range eggs, smoked streaky bacon, Cumberland sausage, roasted plum tomatoes, mushrooms, potato rösti, baked beans, black pudding and toast.  There are three vegetarian options including ‘Bill’s Garden Plate’, two poached free range eggs, halloumi, roasted plum tomato, charred red peppers, smashed avocado, hollandaise, mushrooms, potato rösti, baked beans, pea shoots, mixed seeds & toast.  Or, for a lighter dish you could try Smashed avocado, feta cheese and poached eggs.

 

Cafe Rouge

Unit G46 74-75 Parkway Shopping Centre, Newbury RG14 1AY

Cafe Rouge are a chain of French restaurants. “Whatever the time of day, we have a dish to suit your mood; from steak frites and boeuf bourguignon to a selection of croques, baguettes and vegan options too – all on our menu of classic French food with a contemporary twist.”  They offer breakfast and brunch dishes such as the Grande Breakfast (two free-range eggs, two Cumberland sausages, sweet cure bacon, beans, mushroom, tomato, black pudding, sautéed potatoes and sourdough toast), Pancakes (three warm pancakes topped with your choice of sweet cure bacon, banana and maple syrup, or fresh strawberries, raspberries, blueberries and pineapple with fruit compot, and French Toast (two slices of sweet brioche bread topped with your choice of sweet cure bacon, banana and maple syrup, chocolate sauce, banana and hazelnuts or fresh seasonal fruit, honey and vanilla crème fraîche).

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