Places for the Best Breakfast in Reading – looking for a full English or just beans on toast? Have a look at our list of where to get breakfasts in Reading. Check out our posts on the best brunch and bottomless brunch in Reading too.
Wiston Terrace, Reading RG1 1DG
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).
Richfield Ave, Reading RG1 8EQ or Unit 2, The Square, Chalfont Way, Earley, Reading RG6 5HJ
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.
Liebenrood Road, Reading, Berkshire, RG30 2ND
Harvester are a family favourite chain of restaurants that also serve breakfast “Mornings were made for our unlimited breakfasts, available all week! It includes eggs, bacon, sausage (including vegan and vegetarian sausages), and so much more, all freshly cooked to order. All of our cooked breakfasts include our unlimited Breakfast Bar, so you can enjoy our continental breakfast at no extra cost, including toast, cereals, fresh yoghurt, fruit and more.” The unlimited breakfast includes Pork sausages, vegan sausages (VE), grilled back bacon, black pudding, flat mushroom (VE), Heinz® baked beans (V), hash browns (VE), tomato (VE), fries (VE) and scrambled, fried or poached free-range eggs (V). You can also order waffles and pancakes.
See our review of breakfast at Harvester.
The Former Post Office, Reading RG1 1DB
Yates serve a value breakfast until 12 noon, with options like the Full English (Two sausages, two rashers of bacon, two fried eggs, baked beans, two hash browns, mushrooms, half a grilled tomato, toast and butter), Breakfast Wrap (Flour tortilla wrap, with a burger cheese slice, filled with sausage, bacon, fried egg and hash browns)or their Even Bigger Breakfast (Four sausages, four rashers of bacon, three fried eggs, two hash browns, baked beans,two flat mushrooms, grilled tomato, two slices of toast and a portion of chips.)
Unit 11A, Oracle, Reading RG1 2AT
Bella Italia are an Italian restaurant chain that also offer a surprisingly good value cooked breakfast. Choose from items like the Bella Breakfast (Two rashers of bacon, Cumberland pork sausage, tomato, baked beans, toasted ciabatta, with your choice of fried, scrambled or poached eggs), the Bacon and Egg Pancake Stack (Three buttermilk pancakes topped with three rashers of bacon and two fried eggs. Served with syrup), Fruity Pancake Stack (Three buttermilk pancakes topped with sliced bananas, strawberries and creamy mascarpone. Served with syrup) or the Forte Frittata (Eggs, spinach, new potatoes, red peppers, spicy ‘nduja sausage, pepperoni, and green chillies).
The Traveller’s Rest,180 Henley Road, Caversham, Reading, Berkshire, RG4 5DL
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!