Breakfast is the first meal of a day. The word in English refers to breaking the fasting period of the previous night. There is a strong likelihood for one or more "typical", or "traditional", breakfast menus to exist in most places, but their composition varies widely from place to place, and has varied over time, so that globally a very wide range of preparations and ingredients are now associated with breakfast.
At our Bed and Breakfast, juice, cereals, fresh fruits, croissants or muffins, yogurts, nuts, raisons, seeds, and something sweet is always on offer as a starter. Then at the heart of the full breakfast is bacon, eggs, sausages, black pudding, beans, mushrooms and fried bread. In addition to this we offer about seven other hot dishes which include scramble eggs with smoked salmon, French Toast Special, Egg Benedict etc. The dishes is usually accompanied by grilled tomato, toast, homemade marmalade, strawberry and rubab jam and marmite. A cup of tea or coffee is always available with breakfast.
Our aim is to make sure our quest enjoy a scrumptious breakfast. Therefore I would like to hear from you what would you like to see on the menu when staying at a bed and breakfast.
This breakfast is also called a fry-up. Since nearly all ingredients are prepared by frying. Other names it can go by include "a full Monty," supposedly named for British Army general Bernard Montgomery (nicknamed Monty), who was said to have started every day with a full English breakfast during the campaign in North Africa during World War II. In Ireland, a full breakfast is sometimes referred to as a chub.
The origins of the breakfast are unclear and believed to have originated in rural England as a sustaining meal to carry workers through a long morning.