Let's talk breakfast

Breakfast is renowned for being the most important meal of the day, so we all want guests to be leaving the breakfast table feeling happy and contented - but how? When considering breakfast for your guests, here are a number of things you should consider;

  • Quality in tableware - high quality non-patterned crockery can assist in projecting a clean, modern and strong quality image to your customers
  • Beverage service - offer guests a range of teas (list all types on the menu), along with quality ground or filter coffee
  • Breakfast range - featuring references to local produce items, as well as local fish specialities,¬†could boost your reputation. Vegetarian options are a must to cater for a variety of guests, but also consider things such as smoked salmon, eggs Benedict, local kippers etc.
  • Continental - some people prefer a cold breakfast, so it's essential you offer alternatives such as cold meats, cheeses, fresh fruit, yoghurts and a variety of cereals
Remember, breakfast is the last meal your guests have with you, so it's vital that you make a lasting impression to ensure happy customers who will return again in the future.
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