CHRISTMAS OFFER Subscribe to EADT Suffolk today CLICK HERE

Breakfast in Suffolk - 8 of the best places to get breakfast

PUBLISHED: 10:51 10 May 2016

Breakfast time

Breakfast time

Archant

We have selected 8 places to try out for breakfast in Suffolk. After all, it’s the most important meal of the day.

Pump Street Bakery, Orford

Making and selling not only their own chocolate from scratch, but bread and pastries too, Pump Street Bakery in Orford also has creative and unique recipes for its weekend brunch menu. The menu changes daily to reflect the changes of locally sourced and seasonal produce.

Gastrono-me, Bury St Edmunds

Clearly very passionate about breakfast time, the breakfast menu at Gastrono-me is very substantial and varied with plenty of choice for vegetarians and meat-eaters alike. The menu even includes breakfast cocktails like a Bloody Mary topped with bacon and meatballs! and a tropical champagne mimosa.

The Wild Strawberry Café, Woodbridge

Located in the centre of the picturesque Woodbridge, the Wild Strawberry Café is a charming little place with lots to choose from. Catering to gluten free, vegan, and nut free customers wherever possible and offering a large selection of hearty breakfasts make this a perfect place to wile away a morning no matter who you are.

The Bay Tree Café, Bury St Edmunds

Sourcing locally and from independent businesses within Bury St Edmunds, the Bay Tree Café is a traditional place with lots of character. The breakfast menu is varied and delicious serving everything from fruit salad and croissants to a full English and breakfast bruschetta.

The Lemon Tree, Framlingham

Sourcing local and seasonal produce for its ever changing daily specials menu, the Lemon Tree (located close to Framlingham Castle) is also the perfect spot for a hearty and traditional breakfast.

Munchies, Aldeburgh

With an impressive all day breakfast menu and changing specials along with pastries, English breakfast, paninis, sandwiches, and toasties, there’s no excuse not to try out Munchies in Aldeburgh. You’ll be spoilt for choice with your breakfast.

Earsham Street Café, Bungay

The weekend brunch menu at Earsham Street Café in Bungay offers a delicious English breakfast with a vegetarian option as well as American style pancakes with Greek yoghurt, banana, and maple syrup. Or if you wanted something a little lighter, beans on toast or a bacon sandwich. This is wonderful and traditional British breakfast comfort food.

221B, Framlingham

This artisanal bakery and bistro is a must for a delicious breakfast whether that’s an English, continental, or a fresh and healthy smoothie. 221B also serve lots of teas and Italian coffees so there will be something for everyone here.

Like this? Follow us on Facebook for our future posts.

Check out some more like this:

9 cosy pubs to enjoy in Suffolk this winter

Winter in Suffolk perfectly summed up in 17 pictures

18 reasons to stay in Suffolk this winter

1 comment

  • I'd suggest the stag cafe in haughly (junction 47a off the A14) it's something special!

    Report this comment

    Chrissy Butler

    Tuesday, July 19, 2016

The views expressed in the above comments do not necessarily reflect the views of this site

Most Read

Latest from the EADT Suffolk Magazine