- Fruit juice – orange, apple, cranberry or tomato
- Cereals – a choice of Weetabix, Cornflakes, Rice Krispies, Frosties or Bran Flakes
- Homemade Muesli
- Fresh grapefruit segments
- Fresh fruit salad
- Flavoured & Natural Yoghurts – please ask for today’s selection
Traditional Cumbrian Breakfast
One or two rashers of griddled bacon, Cumberland sausage, egg (fried, poached or scrambled), tomato, mushrooms, black pudding & fried bread
A platter of eggs, tomatoes, mushrooms, grilled Halloumi cheese, vegetarian black pudding & fried bread.
Pick and mix to make your favourite combination or for a smaller appetite we offer a ½ size Cumbrian or Vegetarian breakfast.
Poached or Scrambled Eggs
Served on Granary or white toast ~ why not add your favourite items from the Cumbrian breakfast
Boiled Eggs with soldiers
Bacon or Cumberland Sausage Sandwich
In white or granary bread ~ Smaller appetite- just ask for a half size butty!
A selection of white and granary toast is served with or after your breakfast with your choice of our homemade jams and marmalades.
To complete your breakfast, we offer a choice of coffees from our coffee machine, which also dispenses hot water for our selection of teas. Hot chocolate, decaffeinated coffee is also available.
Skimmed and soya milk is also available.
Gluten free alternatives are available (pre order required)
If you have any food allergies or intolerances, please ensure you let us know when you place your order.
Locally Sourced Produce
Our Cumberland sausage is from the local butcher Garside’s, in North Road and is made in the traditional way, arriving to us in a coil.
We also have their dry cured bacon and black pudding made by hand giving a chunky local flavoured pudding.
We use free range eggs from Bannerigg Farm, Windermere.
We have milk delivered daily from Town End Dairy (Windermere) they buy at a fair price from North Lakes Foods who source all products from Cumbrian farmers.
The bread used for toast is from Peggy’s Bakery on Compston Road, and is baked daily on the premise behind the shop using Carr’s flour.
Unfortunately, the Lake District is not a big producer of oranges so when it comes to making marmalade Lucy prefers to use Seville Oranges which arrive by the box in January.
The fruit for the homemade jams varies in origin depending on the time of the year.
We use Tea & Coffee from John Watt’s in Carlisle – who have been roasting coffee and blending teas for over 150 years. Having grown up in Carlisle, Lucy has fond memories of the steam and uplifting bitter coffee smell from the roastery, which engulfed the street on cold winter mornings!
To keep our food waste to a minimum we prepare and cook all our breakfasts to order.