The best all-day full English breakfasts in Lancashire

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Sometimes we just have hankering for a full English breakfast, here’s the places you can find a great one in Lancashire

 

A breakfast at Ravenous in Preston
Ravenous in Preston is also know for its great tea and coffee (Image: Ravenous)

Sometimes, all that is really needed is a good full English breakfast to set you up for the day.

And sometimes you don’t want to devour it the morning, but at lunchtime or even early afternoon.

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And there’s nothing worse than getting ready, heading out only to find that arguably one of Britain’s favourite dishes has stopped being served at 11am.

So we asked you to let us know where the best places to grab an all-day breakfast in Lancashire.

And here’s a selection of your favourites….

The Village Store, Bar & Bistro, Helmshore

(Image: The Village Store)

This is a multi-functional place, with a farm shop, cafe, bar and it also caters for outside events.

But among the vast array of options on the menu for breakfast and lunch, the all-day breakfast is a firm favourite.

You can even order in advance online or on the venue’s app.

Reviewing the venue on Facebook, Sharlancashire wrote: “Had a full English breakfast, which was very tasty. Huge portions and good quality produce. The staff were very efficient, friendly and attentive. Would highly recommend a visit. The menu is varied and provide gluten free and vegetarian options”.

The Old Bell, Lancaster

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Russell Irvine is so impressed with the Old Bell, which is located in Lancaster town centre, he keeps coming back for more

In his review on Facebook, he said: “I come back time and time again these guys never fail to deliver great food at great prices. “Staff are very attentive and pleasant. Great breakfast”.

The venue is also vegetarian and vegan-friendly and serves other brunch and lunch dishes and opens until 4pm seven days a week.

Snax Sandwich and Pie Shop, Chorley

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This full English doesn’t mess around and includes two rashers of bacon, two sausages, fired egg, hash brown, mushrooms, beans, tomatoes, two slices of toast and tea or coffee, all for a fiver.

The cafe also offers a takeaway and delivery service, withy sandwich platters, afternoon teas, homemade cakes and traditional pies also on the menu.

With a five-star rating on Facebook and TripAdvisor, this place doesn’t need any thrills as it does the talking with the quality of its food.

Louise Ann Reilly said in her review on Facebook: “Food is lovely and fresh. staff friendly and nothing is too much trouble! Would definitely recommend food from here” while Michelle Abela wrote: “Very reasonable prices, you also get your brew included and decent sized portions”.

Ravenous, Preston

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A cafe in Preston, Ravenous is known for its excellent tea and coffee, while also serving one of the best all-day breakfasts in the area.

Its caters for diners looking for vegan, gluten-free and vegetarian diners and also offers takeout.

In a review on tripAdvisor, BigFoodBrother said “you cannot go wrong” with trying the vegan or meat breakfast option, while “staff are friendly and locally minded which makes it a pleasure to go in”.

And customer Emma Lowther-Wright write on Facebook: “As always, beautifully cooked breakfasts, the new vegan sausages are delicious – the best breakfast in the city”.

Hugo’s, Burscough

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A family-friendly, dog-welcoming cafe and bar which specialises in breakfast and brunch, serving food until 3pm every day.

Hugo’s is located in Burscough’s lively and bustling cobbled wharf, which is a short walk from the Liverpool-Leeds canal, where you can find pretty barges and touring boats moored.

The full English is this cafe’s ‘bread and butter’ and by far one of their most frequently requested dishes, along with the egg’s benedict and fresh daily special.

Reviewing the family-run cafe on TripAdvisor, Mariewarrington007 said : “Great staff, very attentive, friendly and helpful. The drinks and food were served very quickly and were hot and well presented, they were also generous portions. We will definitely eat here again”.

While ScouseNotEnglish wrote: “Had a full English, beautiful! Staff 10/10 food was cooked perfectly though some could have been a touch hotter but o/w cant fault the place. Clean and COVID compliant, fast and courteous service, lovely little place. Oh they allow dogs too”.

JKS Cafe & Grill, Blackpool

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Located a stone’s throw form the seaside town’s West Street Car Park and a short walk from the North Pier, this cafe is ideal for anyone looking to start a busy day at the seaside with a good, hearty feed.

You can accompany your breakfast with a drink from the fully-licenced bar, while there is also outdoor seating to enjoy on a clear day.

Regular Blackpool visitor Lloydy78 says of JKS on TripAdvisor: “We have been coming to Blackpool for years and this place has the best breakfast hands down. Not only that but the staff are friendly and accommodating, prices are good and the food is immense. We were here all the time, it is absolutely boss”.

JJ’s, Burnley

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“JJ’s the best place in the world – never mind Lancashire- for your breakfast and much more. A warm welcome, great service and fantastic, good value food guaranteed! What more could you want? ” says Michelle Abela in her recommendation to us, for this family-run cafe based at The Dugdale.

High praise indeed.

The pub-style interior is welcoming, clean and modern and if the rain stays away, you can choose to sit outside on one of the picnic benches.

Tracey Ball was very impressed with her breakfast, taking up the optional extras of mushrooms and black pudding in the Facebook review.