Hot Breakfast Month
1st February 2022
1st February 2022
Whilst we are edging toward Spring, February is usually a chilly month. With this in mind, February is Hot Breakfast Month!
Swiftly scoffing on Shreddies or grabbing a granola bar might be your go-to breakfast option, but why not put aside a little extra time this month and enjoy something heartier?
You may find it surprising how much better you feel during the day if you allow yourself some extra time in the morning to enjoy a more substantial brekkie. It can help you feel more energised, keep you fuller for longer and give you a lot of essential vitamins and proteins.
Whether you’re a meat eater, pescatarian, flexitarian, vegetarian or vegan, there are plenty of hot breakfast ideas you can try. Here are a few of our favourites:
If making a hot breakfast or brunch at home seems too much effort, The Pantiles’ range of restaurants, cafes and eateries are the perfect venues to give hunger the heave-ho first thing in the morning.
Framptons serve brunch from 10am and have a variety of mouth-watering morsels to choose from. Including:
Champion’s Breakfast: Smashed avocado, tomato and spring onion salsa, streaky bacon and poached egg on sourdough. £9.50
Low & Slow Crumpets: Slow braised beef, rib, marmite hollandaise, spring onion, poached eggs and crumpet. £10.50
Hash: Red pepper, crushed potato, mushrooms and lemon feta sauce. £8.50
Veggie Plate: Two eggs, grilled halloumi, baked beans, field mushrooms, tomato and buttered sourdough. £9.50
Hattons serve breakfast Tuesday to Friday from 9am to 11.30am, brunch on Saturdays from 9am to 3pm and 10am to 3pm on Sundays. They focus on quality, seasonality and local suppliers. Breakfast dishes include:
Hattons Full Classic Breakfast: Kentish sausage, smoked bacon, herbed tomato field mushrooms, poached eggs and toast. £10.50
Huevos Españoles: Poached eggs, slow cooked chorizo ragout and chickpeas. £10.50
Smoked Bacon Sandwich: Thick cut reacher of smoked back bacon. £5.50
The Pantiles Café brings an east London café vibe to Tunbridge Wells. It serves breakfast from 9.30am to 12.30pm each day. Morning dishes include:
Bushveld Brekkie: Boerewors sausage, bacon, chakalaka, scrambled eggs, portobello mushrooms and sourdough bread. £12.50
North Sea Brunch: Smoked Scottish salmon, served with creamy scrambled eggs, pickled cucumber, fennel salad and cream cheese on a bagel. £12.50
They also serve French Toast with apple compote, whipped cream, bacon and maple syrup. £6.95
The Zero Waste Cafe has really come into its own since the store opened in 2019. The vision for the cafe was to combat any food waste from the fresh fruit and vegetables they sell in store, so now around 50% of their menu comes from food that would otherwise have been thrown away.
They are delighted to be able to offer a wide selection of cakes and pastries, as well as offering a full breakfast and lunch menu to have in or take away. Breakfast options include:
Fakin’ It: Chef Jen’s savoury breakfast muffin is an epic taste explosion of ripened cherry tomatoes, vegan sausage and vegan bacon, served warm with a side of ketchup, or naked if preferred. £4.50
Jen’s Maple Stack: The Zero Waste Company’s chef Jen has created a triple stack of fluffy, melt in the mouth American style pancakes, served warm with lashings of berry compote or drizzled with a delicious organic maple syrup. They’re also vegan! £7
Smugface: A hearty bowl of warm, creamy porridge, straight from the store’s refill units and into your belly. Enjoy with your preferred milk and a drizzle of local honey or a dollop of raspberry jam. Then feel smug. £3.80
Whatever way you choose to spend Hot Breakfast Month, we would love to hear about it. Post your pictures to our social media sites to make us feel hungry!