Going out for breakfast or brunch has rapidly become a very popular activity in the UK, particularly among young people. To cater to this new trend, a range of brunch restaurants have opened recently, and eateries which once only opened at lunch and dinner time, have decided to get in on the game. This means that as well as traditional English and American breakfast options, most medium and large towns and cities throughout the UK, now offer a host of breakfast options from all over the world. You will undoubtedly find yourself spoilt for choice and may want to do a little research before you go so that you don’t waste too much time wandering around deciding between the options you have.
Breakfast is available in some places from 6 am but brunch, particularly at the weekends, is a more relaxed affair and does not tend to be offered before about 10 am. If you’re early and they’re open, grab a coffee and wait. This can be a good strategy as some of the most popular brunch cafes tend to get very busy at popular times, especially on Sundays!