Most people forget that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but luckily for you Exeter has plenty to offer when it comes to the famous full English and other delicious alternatives. Here’s some of our favourite ‘Banging Breakfast’ venues in the city.
Brody’s Breakfast Bar
There’s nothing worse than finding the perfect breakfast but not the perfect quantity, so keeping it simple and putting you in control is Queen Street’s Brody’s Breakfast Bar. Providing the best quality food and allowing you to get stuck straight in, with no limits on what you choose. From self-service stations to a toaster on your table, the only thing you don’t have to do is cook it. A full English, DIY waffles and pancakes or even both – that’s for you to choose.
Boston Tea Party
Why not visit the modern, independent and most ethical café in Britain? Boston Tea Party is a popular hit in most cities as it was the first café to ban single use cups, in Exeter it is one of the biggest and best hangouts with a huge upstairs dining room. Serving hearty breakfasts in a great space on Queen Street, this is a place to celebrate innovation, community and good food. Whether you are veggie, vegan or anything in between, Boston has a breakfast for you.
Head to the bustling restaurant quarter in Bedford Street within Princesshay and find the renowned café, restaurant, deli and food shop; Carluccios. Serving great quality, authentic Italian food at sensible prices, you are sure to fuel your morning with a banging breakfast here. Minimised fuss, maximised flavour and excellent service all round to kick start your day.
South Street Standard
Breakfasts are lovingly prepared fresh from the kitchen of South Street Standard on Cathedral Yard in Exeter. Using quality seasonal produce and ethically sourced meats where possible, this unique space was transformed from an unwanted site to a modern eatery. Standout breakfasts and expertly poured coffees, how could you resist?
Open every morning serving their own Italian blended coffee, freshly baked croissants and cooked breakfasts is one of Exeter’s most popular places to eat, meet and drink; Lloyd’s Kitchen. Found on Catherine Street and just around the corner from the beautiful Cathedral Green, this eatery offers a fresh, relaxed and welcoming ambience for any morning treat. Sourcing ingredients from local farmers is central to the Lloyd’s Kitchen ethos, and if you can’t find a table here, the additional and more relaxed setting Lloyd’s Lounge is just opposite.
Exeter’s Banging Breakfast venues don’t end there, there’s plenty more in the city just waiting for you to try. Take a look at our ultimate foodie guide to find more.