6 places to get breakfast in Weston-super-Mare before seeing Dismaland
PUBLISHED: 09:55 29 August 2015 | UPDATED: 14:26 29 August 2015
THINKING of paying Weston-super-Mare a visit to look in on Banksy’s Dismaland? We have compiled a list of some of the town’s best breakfast offerings to enjoy before taking in some of the art on offer in the show.
This family-run diner guarantees ‘the best in quality for the ultimate dining experience’. Brown’s serves a traditional, a belly buster and a stateside breakfast to suit varying levels of appetite, as well as omelettes, waffles and pancakes that are all made in house with fresh ingredients. It also caters to gluten-free diets as its speciality, so no one gets left out. Rock up to eat on Meadow Street in Weston-super-Mare between 8am and noon to sample the breakfast menu.
This recently-opened seafront eatery at the Tropicana could not be closer to Banksy’s Dismaland and is stocked full of locally-sourced fresh food and drink. Two sizes of full English are available between 9am and 11.30am, along with breakfast sandwiches, scotch pancakes and continental options. Specialist dietary requirements are available.
For those fond of the fruit as well as the fried Coco’s Deli is perfect. Whether you fancy a fresh smoothie, a cup of coffee, a stacked sandwich or a slice of cake, this Regent Street gem should easily satisfy your thirst and rumbling stomach. Coco’s is open from 8.30am-5pm, so there’s plenty of time to fit a visit.
This sprawling JD Wetherspoon pub in Knightstone Road provides a variety breakfast options between 7am and noon, every day. Fill your modern art-loving face with a breakfast roll, porridge, bagels, pancakes, eggs Benedict, continental treats or a staple full-english or veggie plate. There is even a children’s option for the little ones.
You will find a plethora of hearty and light treats at this Boulevard bistro, served from 9-11.45am. As well as the full English or sandwich option, Hadley’s will make you muffins, savoury croissants and even a potato rosti adorned with bacon and eggs. This versatile menu has something to delight any discerning set of taste-buds. Your coffee even comes with a complimentary biscuit.
Choose from the full, big, mega or treats-sized offerings to fuel your big day out. Prices range from £3.95-7.00, with take-away baguettes, omelettes and veggie options also available. Large portions and a warm welcome await you should you choose this Meadow Street eatery for your pre-Dismaland pick-me-up.
Looking to make a weekend of it in Weston-super-Mare? Check out 8 places to stay if you’re visiting Dismaland. If you are searching for somewhere to eat in the evening, why not try one of these 10 places to eat in the town.
If you can’t make it to the exhibition itself check out our gallery from inside Dismaland here.
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