THIS WEEK! Ferndale boast local bangers in British Breakfast Week 25-31 January

27th January 2015

The Star's award-winning café of the year, Ferndale Coffee Shop, has recently started the biggest makeover in its history and has already added an extra 60 seats in time for the start of British Breakfast Week next week.

Ferndale's policy is always to support local producers first and most of the food is supplied by local businesses. The All Day Gardeners' Breakfast has its own following. Freshly cooked mostly locally- sourced sausage, bacon and free range eggs fill a large plate with beans, hash browns, fresh tomatoes and mushrooms. A couple slices of hot buttered toast complete the package at £5.95. Customers asked for an upgrade option, now offered with extra sausage, bacon, toast and hash brown for £2 extra! Normally available every Saturday and Sunday, Ferndale will offer the All Day Gardeners Breakfast (popular as a pick me up from a heavy night before) ALL WEEK to celebrate British Breakfast Week at the special price of £10 for two breakfasts to the end of January. For those on high protein diets, the popular breakfast menu now includes a sausage, bacon, tomato and cheese omelette, or lighter options. From opening over 25 years ago, the Coffee Shop at Ferndale has served Pollards coffee from Sheffield producing full Italian style coffee experience producing delicious Lattes and the like. An increasing range of gluten free food and vegetarian options are available. The 'Shake Up Your Wake Up' campaign includes an annual Breakfast Week celebration championing the importance of breakfast which takes place every January. British Breakfast Week is 25 to 31 January. Details

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