The fanciest UK hotel breakfasts – including £78 for scrambled eggs on toast (but there’s a very good reason)
WHILE a hotel buffet breakfast can be an exciting option on holiday, some fancier resorts offer some very swanky options instead.
We’ve found some of the poshest hotel breakfasts in the UK if you want to treat yourself.
The Ritz Restaurant
The poshest breakfast you can go for is obviously at The Ritz.
A Full English will cost you £40, as will tomatoes and mushrooms on toast or pancakes.
The big bang is, however, the Oscietra caviar omelette – costing £300 per person.
While the price tag also includes the Continental buffet breakfast along with tea and coffee, it is certainly the priciest hotel breakfast in London.
The Foyer & Reading Room, Claridge’s
It will come as no surprise that Claridges, one of the fanciest hotels in London, has one of the poshest breakfasts.
Found at their Foyer and Reading Room restaurant, set options include an English, European or Japanese option, as well as cereals, eggs and pancakes.
Or, you can opt for the scrambled eggs with brioche and Oscietta caviar, which costs a whopping £74.38.
Don’t worry though – all of the set breakfasts come with free orange or grapefruit juice, as well as tea or coffee.
The Promenade, The Dorcester
The Dorchester, also a famed five-star hotel, has lots of breakfast options ranging from porridge and cereals to their healthy fruit breakfasts.
Their Full English breakfast is one of the most expensive, costing £38 per head.
But their own caviar scrambled eggs comes in at £41, a fraction of the cost at Claridge’s.
Non-guests at the hotel often head to The Promenade for their afternoon teas.
Amaranto Restaurant, The Four Seasons
Joining the Dorchester, the hotel’s Full English is also £38, making it a fancy option.
There is less choice at The Four Seasons’ Amaranto Restaurant, with just eggs, pancakes, waffles or french toast as a hot option.
Instead, the many fancy pastries and cereals take up most of the breakfast options.
Opt for a simple glass of milk, and drop £7.
The Oval Restaurant, The Wellesley
The Oval restaurant at The Wellesly in Knightsbridge has a fancy menu for breakfast.
While the Continental breakfast starts from just £26.00, its most expensive dish is the Scottish lobster omelette, costing £30.00, while waffles or pancakes will set you back £17.
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