Top 7 Places to eat Breakfast in Chester
Chester contains a bustling night life drawing many stag and hen dos to the bars and clubs of this impressive city. Many of them using Bubble Football as an activity before their big night out. After an energetic Zorb Football session and an even heavier night out stag and hen groups need the ultimate Breakfast to help them recover. We have found the Top 7 Places to Eat Breakfast in Chester.
Ella’s Bistro Cafe
If you are looking to stay away from the big chain cafes and restaurants then Ella’s Bistro Cafe is the place for you. It offers simple, reliable homemade food. Everything cooked and made fresh to ensure those home style cooking flavors. All tea and coffee is freshly brewed. They pride themselves on their high quality products, at the cafe they use award winning coffee beans, these beans are part of the 1% in the whole world that are air roasted. If you fancy a truly good coffee to get your day started then this is the place!
The Bluebell Cafe at Barrowmore
If you fancy escaping the noisy city centre, then why not try the the Bluebell cafe at Barrowmore. Found in 84 acres of parklands this cafe offers a much needed break from the city centre. At the cafe you can find a full English breakfast, and as described on tripadvisor, ‘the best eggs Benedict ever!’ All of the breakfast menu is made fresh and sourced locally where possible. The parkland also offers some picturesque walks and some much needed fresh countryside air to cure the events of the night before and get the group raring to go for the days activities.
This is an upmarket cafe that was once a warm family home in the early 19th century. It can be found between Grosvenor Park and the River Dee, at 23 the Groves. All of the dishes served are completely English, presented in a traditional home cooking style. The breakfast is served from 9.30am until 12pm and contains classics such as, Eggs Benedict, Full English, and Smoked Salmon and Scrambled Eggs
This is an independent family run cafe that featuring Italian cuisine with contemporary British twists. The name Atina comes from the families Italian heritage. There is a warm and vibrant atmosphere with all of the exciting food on offer, highlights of the breakfast menu include the Atina breakfast and the eggs benedict. Customers are very positive about the Atina kitchen, stating “the food is very authentic, some of the best Mediterranean styled food I have eaten in the UK.”
If you are looking for reliability then why not try cafe rouge. A very successful chain of cafes around the UK, offering traditional breakfasts, pastries and many more! Due to their size they have developed into a very customer friendly cafe, with certain dishes you can request for them to be made gluten free. This cafe will bring back the memories of the family holidays in France, sat in a quaint cafe with high quality authentic food.
Mad Hatters Tearoom & Bakery
Opened in 2011 Mad Hatters Tearoom & Bakery has thrived ever since through a love of baking and high quality home cooking. This unique award winning tea room is found in historic Rectory building, 49 Bridge Street Row, within the city walls of Chester. Everything served and taken away from the tea room is baked fresh on site. The breakfast menu features the mad hatters full English breakfast & smoked mackerel filled on toast with a poached egg. The theme of the tea room allows the chefs to experiment and come up with some unique dishes that can’t be found anywhere else. Definitely worth a visit!
Located in the historic building Gods Providence House in Chester. They serve delicious espresso based drinks, homemade cakes, soups and many more. Breakfast is served between 7.30am-11.30am, you can chose from a range of toasties and pancakes, or even create your own.
After your hearty Breakfast why not give Bubble football a try. Bubble Footie love running our events in Chester. Our events are perfect for children’s parties, stag and hen do’s, and any other celebratory occasion where all out action and fun are the two main ingredients!