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Ravenous, Cannon Street, Preston
This is an independent coffee shop serving full breakfasts and lunch, Eggs Benedict, porridge, toast, soups, jackets, salads, toasties, homemade cakes, and hot/cold drinks.
Many customers rave about their delicious toast, as well as the popular breakfast munchie boxes.
I Smile Cafe, Plun gington Road, Preston
This little cafe offers two sizes of English breakfast – large and mini – and a choice of veggie or the more traditional fare with bacon and sausage.
Children are also well catered for here, with mini breakfasts available to suit their smaller appetites.
And if you can’t manage a full English breakfast you can always pick up a bacon barm or sausage barm, or ‘something on toast’.
This is a lovely place to visit, not least due to their little oasis of calm where you can dine al fresco in the hustle and bustle of a very busy area in the city.
You can even get treats for your dog here!
To find out more, or even order online, visit http://www.i-smilecafe.com/
The Curious Cafe, Chapel Brow, Leyland
The Curious Café is a family run business in the heart of Leyland where they take you down the rabbit hole to the fantasy world of Lewis Carrol’s Alice in Wonderland.
All the breakfasts run on this theme – on the menu you will find the Mad Hatter’s breakfast, Alice’s breakfast; and the Queen of Hearts (scrambled eggs). Vegetarian and gluten free options are available too.
Town House Coffee and Brew Bar, Friargate, Preston
This double award-winning spot has a great choice in breakfasts. Their full breakfast offers a modern twist on the traditional English breakfast and has proved highly popular with customers.
Town House also caters very well for vegans, vegetarians and offers gluten free foods too.
Visit their website to see the full breakfast menu – https://townhousecoffee62.co.uk/