Crispy bacon, perfectly cooked fried eggs and sizzling sausages; the ideal starting point for any great British breakfast. Additional ingredients vary depending on where you are in the country, but everyone agrees on one thing - nothing beats a fry-up. You can’t mess about with Britain’s favourite dish, so the only way to improve on a classic is to make it bigger (as pictured above by Ian Clarke). We love a bargain, so here are five cafés plating up epic breakfasts to challenge your belly instead of your bank balance...
Could you eat £15 worth of food in under 60 minutes? Conquer the ‘kidz’ breakfast that’s been making headlines recently and you’ll get the feast for free. The monster meal includes twelve slices of bread, fourteen eggs, a dozen sausages and bacon rashers, plus potatoes, mushrooms, beans and more. Devouring this 9lbs of nosh will give you a ‘food baby’ to be proud of.
When any menu item is called ‘The Big One’ you know you’re in trouble. Weighing in at a whopping three kilos this meal is not for the faint hearted. The Hungry Hossee challenge includes burgers, potato waffles, potato scones and three different types of bread. In 2011 one man managed to eat this stodgy grease-fest in just 13 minutes. His reward? The £12 back that he paid for the breakfast.
Mario’s Café holds the official Guinness World Record title of ‘largest English breakfast commercially available’. At £10.95, the belly busting platter is laden with 10 eggs, 10 slices of buttered toast, ten rashers of bacon, ten sausages, baked beans, tomatoes, mushrooms and is topped off with five black puddings. Eat that lot within 20 minutes (without a drink) and you won’t pay a penny for the tasty treat. Bargain.
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