National Breakfast Week

Published: Friday 29th Jan 2016

Written by: Abi Radford

We might have jumped on the bandwagon slightly too late with this one but … this week breakfast lovers around the country have been celebrating National Breakfast Week! Today is the penultimate day of the campaign but spreading the importance of Breakfast is something which is better late than never! Breakfast is the most important meal of the day - a message that many of us forget whilst living our fast-paced lives.

The campaign for Breakfast Week, which is run by AHDB Cereals and Oliseeds, aims to raise awareness of the benefits of eating a healthy breakfast and tries to educate people on where their breakfast food comes from and supports the cereal farmers that produce it. Breakfast Week is an annual campaign and there are plenty of ways for you to get involved next year - whether you are a farmer, serve breakfast products or just eat them! Visit for more information on the campaign!

For now, the key messages of the campaign can be taken away:

  • Breakfast can make you and your family healthier and happier
  • Breakfast eaters tend to be slimmer than those that skip the meal
  • Breakfast provides you with the energy you need for an active lifestyle
  • Breakfast foods can taste gooooooood!

If you are looking for somewhere to go in Brighton to make the most of Breakfast this weekend then visit one of the following brilliant eateries:

A much loved classic, but new to Brighton, is the renowned restaurant The Breakfast Club. From healthier options such as Eggs Royale to syrup drenched American pancakes, The Breakfast Club will cater to anyone’s tastes. The restaurant’s Art Deco style is a fun addition to your morning meal.

For the ‘sweet tooths’ out there visit The Creperie on Ship Street for your fill of delicious pancakes and waffles. Serving savoury options as well and recommended for its great coffee too, The Creperie is a fantastic place to start off your day.

A slightly more expensive option would be Riddle and Finns Champagne and Oyster Bar which is hidden in the Laines. Although its breakfast menu is only served on weekends, it is a brilliant place to go for the most important meal of the day. If a combination of all the trimmings of a Full English combined with Brighton Scallops sounds like your thing, then definitely give it a go!

Abi Radford



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