10 of the best breakfasts in Cheshire

PUBLISHED: 00:00 24 January 2016 | UPDATED: 18:54 24 January 2016

Breakfast, the most important meal of the day

Breakfast, the most important meal of the day

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Cheshire is famous for ladies who lunch, but where do you go for the most important meal of the day? Here are a few you might like to try

Marmalade
Marmalade is an intimate café in the heart of Chester’s independent scene; they offer a hearty full breakfast service. Sit in for a chance to enjoy the food, music and atmosphere that Marmalade has to offer. Choose from a variety of breakfast sandwiches, toasted breads and full or vegetarian breakfasts.
67 Northgate Street, Chester, CH1 2HQ
www.marmalade-chester.co.uk

Barley and Beans
Served: Fri-Sun 9.30am-5pm
Liverpool based, Barley and Beans follow a philosophy where every seat is the best seat in the house that means you will always have a great time here. Breakfast is served throughout the day until 5pm and there is plenty to choose from including American style pancakes, breakfast muffins, full English, breakfast smoothie’s, lite bites and sandwiches.
17 Hatton Garden, Liverpool L3 2FE
barleyandbeans.co.uk

Residence Restaurant and Bar
Served: 11am-2.30pm
You can find the Residence in the historic centre of Nantwich. Everything is made in house with the finest ingredients; the team has a fantastic relationship with suppliers ensuring seasonal produce is fresh and ready to serve. The brunch menu includes full breakfast, breakfast sandwiches, three egg omelette and salmon on scrambled eggs.
Residence Restaurant & Bar, 9 Mill Street, Nantwich, Cheshire, CW5 5ST
www.residence.uk.com/menus

The Yellow Broom
Served: Tues – Fri until 11.30am
The Yellow Broom can be found in the heart of the beautiful Cheshire countryside where you can enjoy Cheshire’s idyllic backdrop in a distinctively charming building. Enjoy breakfast in The Garden room, complete with a fantastic view. You will have a choice of breakfast butties, smoked salmon & gently poached eggs or something a little lighter like oat porridge with blueberries & Manuka honey.
Twemlow Green, Nr. Holmes Chapel, Cheshire. CW4 8BL
www.yellowbroom.co.uk

Plums Kitchen
Plums Kitchen is a delightful café on the corner of Market place in Macclesfield. The owners, a husband and wife duo, serve up deliciously attractive breakfasts and brunch with that little bit of extra love. There’s lots to choose from on the menu, particularly breakfast sandwiches, plated breakfast and healthier alternatives like yogurt, compote and granola.
1 Market Place, Macclesfield, Cheshire, SK10 1EB
www.plums-kitchen.co.uk

The Swan in Tarporley
Served: Mon-Fri 7am-11am, Sat-Sun 8am-11am
The Swan in Tarporley has a talented team of chefs on hand that prepare fresh, locally sourced food all day. On the menu you will find Manx kippers with fried eggs and brown bread, the Swan full English and fresh grapefruit halves to name a few.
The Swan, 50 High Street, Tarporley, Cheshire, CW6 0AG
www.theswantarporley.co.uk/food

Le Bistrot Pierre
Served: Sat 9am-11.30am, 9.30am-11.30am
Located in the Warrington village of Stockton Heath, Le Bistrot Pierre celebrates French culture and food with freshly prepared dishes. Enjoy breakfast in the style of typical continental bistrots, until 11.30am on weekends enjoy Viennoiseries, cereals, crepes, omelettes and more.
85 London Road, Victoria Square, Stockton Heath, WA4 6LG
lebistrotpierre.co.uk/locations/stockton-heath

The Courtyard Coffee House
The Courtyard in Knutsford is also the home of the Penny Farthing museum housing antique Penny farthings dating as far back as the 1890’s. Opt for the Courtyard breakfast which comes with grilled pork sausage, smoked bacon, buttered mushrooms, grilled cherry vine tomatoes, scrambled eggs, toast and a pot of breakfast tea. Other breakfast options include croissants with a choice of toppings cinnamon toast and teacakes.
The Courtyard, Coffee House & Restaurant, The Rear of 92 King Street, Knutsford, WA16 6ED
www.thecourtyardknutsford.co.uk

Mother Goose Café Bar
Mother Goose is a small family run café located in Macclesfield. On the menu you will find full English and vegetarian options, breakfast muffins with classic toppings, omelettes, crumpets and traditional toasted breads including crumpets and teacakes.
24 - 30 Park Green, Macclesfield, Cheshire, SK11 7NA
www.mothergoosecafebar.com

Char Bar
Served: Until 12pm
The team at Cha Bar promise to provide a warm welcome and an even better breakfast service. You’ll have a choice of a few old favourites including beans on toast, sausage or bacon focaccia, scrambled eggs and the Cha Bar big breakfast.
Cha Bar Bistro, 3 Princess Street, Knutsford, WA16 6BY, England
www.cha-bar.co.uk/services.html

 

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