Breakfast in Surrey: 10 of the best places to go
PUBLISHED: 15:44 16 May 2018
Grab your morning papers and head to one of these great Surrey eateries for breakfast
The owners behind the closed Hothouse Cafe at the Medicine Garden have moved their culinary skills to Weybridge and have now opened Power's; the perfect breakfast spot to rejuvenate on a fragile weekend morning. You'll be glad to know that one of their best-sellers, the ‘Surrey sausage’ wrapped in bacon, with scrambled egg, roasted tomato, mushroom and toasted ciabatta is still on the menu. There are plenty of tasty vegeterian options on the menu too. Enjoy with a freshly ground coffee.
Nestled amongst the beautiful Surrey countryside, Priory Farm is home to a quaint café alongside its garden centre. Enjoy a Priory Breakfast complete with sausage, bacon, mushrooms, tomatoes, egg, hash brown, beans and toast. Breakfast is served Monday to Saturday, 9am to 11.30am, and Sunday from 10am to 11.30am.
Situated opposite the stunning surroundings of Priory Park (just the place for a morning stroll), the Chalk Hills Bakery is known for making its own delicious sourdough breads. These are used to perfection in simple dishes such as egg on toast and mouth-watering bacon butties. Open Monday to Friday from 7.30am to 4pm, with a slightly later start to the day on weekends.
The Alberts Deli offers a breakfast and brunch menu until 3pm everyday. All the usual favourites feature, plus a very special toasted bagel with smoked salmon and cream cheese. So grab a paper or your favourite magazine and pop on down for the perfect start to the day.
Sister café to the well established French Table restaurant next door, live the Parisian life with a coffee and home-baked breads, croissants and pastries at this excellent eaterie. The French Table also offers breakfasts on the days that the Maple Road farmers’ market is held – the third Saturday of the month.
This Italian delicatessen and restaurant is a great place for a coffee to start the day. They serve a specialist breakfast menu, from panettone bread to natural yoghurt, every day until 12noon. And, for sustenance throughout the day, take some of their 22 types of antipasti or 30-plus regional Italian cheeses to go.
Do you have a passion for all things artisan? Then you’re bound to love Kalm Kitchen. Established by a couple with plenty of catering expereince, this cafe serves up anything from tempting homemade treats to freshly squeezed juices, and it is a great place to start your day before a shopping trip in Guildford.
If you’re in search of a classic English breakfast then look no further than The Richard Onslow, where they have it down to a fine art. The special ingredients include home-made black pudding, sausages from Rawlings, the local family butchers; and free-range bacon and eggs. Wash down with a piping hot beverage from their barista coffee machine.
Calling all aviation enthusiasts! The Pilot’s Hub is a 1930’s aviation themed coffee house that provides free newspapers and serves delicious cooked breakfasts and homemade cakes. Located on the edge of the runway, diners can enjoy first class views of the aircraft taking off and landing at Redhill aerodrome over bacon and eggs.
Whether you’re after a stack of buttermilk pancakes or a hearty full English, they're serving up delicious breakfasts using organic ingredients and to suit all tastes. The café is a great place to visit with your family, as there is lego corner and an abundance of teepees to hide in to keep children entertained.
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