Morrisons Big Breakfast - £2.50 (Was £4.50) - Morrisons
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Morrisons Big Breakfast - £2.50 (Was £4.50) - Morrisons

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Found 18th Jun 2016
I've just spotted on Twitter that Morrisons have an offer on this weekend for Father's Day. The usually £4.50 priced Big Breakfast is down to £2.50 both today and tomorrow until 12pm.

"Treat him to the Daddy of all breakfasts at Morrisons Cafe for only £2.50 this #FathersDay"
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That certainly does look appealing but I wonder if you get anything that looks even close to it? I doubt it..
They do actually and are a fine breakfast for the price. You can swap bits you don't like too. Just ask.
At least in our local one ;-)
Edited by: "bensimmo" 18th Jun 2016
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Show your father you love him by taking him to a crowded supermarket cafe for a cheap breakfast.
mpmc1987

That certainly does look appealing but I wonder if you get anything that … That certainly does look appealing but I wonder if you get anything that looks even close to it? I doubt it..



The picture is a fair reflection as I had one last weekend, however a coffee is about £1.20-1.70 and no re-fills included
Treated the boys a few weeks back to one of these (only way i could get them in a supermarket), i was pleasantly suprised at the standard, looked very much like the picture, nothing like MuckDonalds. A good excuse to get them shopping with me again tomorrow, great price thanks
davelfc

Show your father you love him by taking him to a crowded supermarket cafe … Show your father you love him by taking him to a crowded supermarket cafe for a cheap breakfast.



Cant think of anything better!

Your obviously not a dad! lol
davelfc

Show your father you love him by taking him to a crowded supermarket cafe … Show your father you love him by taking him to a crowded supermarket cafe for a cheap breakfast.



It's about togetherness not the venue and food is a good place
allowed

It's about togetherness not the venue and food is a good place


get a grip
welsh_fella

Cant think of anything better!Your obviously not a dad! lol



My kids are cooking me a Sunday roast. Each to their own, the idea of sitting in a crowded supermarket cafe with screaming kids isn't the way I'd want to spend father's day. Your ideas may be different to mine.
I think there breakfasts are pretty good, not greasy . A nice idea for a child to treat dad and better than the usual dad mug or dad socks presents. However cooking it at home would be nicer but then mum usually ends up doing most of it.
Edited by: "pineapple12" 18th Jun 2016
'Treat your Daddy to clogged arteries and heart disease' this Father's Day - show him how much you really love him!
pineapple12

I think there breakfasts are pretty good, not greasy . A nice idea for a … I think there breakfasts are pretty good, not greasy . A nice idea for a child to treat dad and better than the usual dad mug or dad socks presents. However cooking it at home would be nicer but then mum usually ends up doing most of it.



Just as Dad does the leg work for Mother's day. We get one day......
mpmc1987

That certainly does look appealing but I wonder if you get anything that … That certainly does look appealing but I wonder if you get anything that looks even close to it? I doubt it..


No you don't,the place is grim.
davelfc

Show your father you love him by taking him to a crowded supermarket cafe … Show your father you love him by taking him to a crowded supermarket cafe for a cheap breakfast.


That's bean a bit hash?

Good deal, heat. Who wants to be stuck indoors eating the usual. Go out and don't be a hermit haha.
The cafe in Morrisons in general is pretty well organised and non-greasy foods. Lavley brekkie!
Eating one now!
Morrisons hot food is horrendous.
jaswolves

Morrisons hot food is horrendous.


lets hear the alternative
I love cooked breakfasts and would rather my kids took me to Morrisons for one than turn my kitchen into a greasy mess trying to cook me one. I've always found Morrisons food to be OK too but there'll always be food snobs out there (i appreciate that standards may differ store to store).
Got to laugh at the food snobs on here totally missing the point. There's always one.
allowed

It's about togetherness not the venue and food is a good place


Better to send them off to fill up the trolley whilst you tuck in. Except that the £2 saving will be frittered away on 54 impulse purchases.....
Thanks, ordered a few.

https://s31.postimg.org/o5m8z45bv/big_breakfast.jpg
last time I had one of these in Gravesend it was barely edible. Might be better in other stores.
937666

Thanks, ordered a few.


Uplands Diner?
937666

Thanks, ordered a few.



Come on who could eat all that!?! Think I would swap ONE slice of fried bread for bread & butter to mop up!!!! Heat added
davelfc

My kids are cooking me a Sunday roast. Each to their own, the idea of … My kids are cooking me a Sunday roast. Each to their own, the idea of sitting in a crowded supermarket cafe with screaming kids isn't the way I'd want to spend father's day. Your ideas may be different to mine.



I hate roast dinners so that sounds horrible. This on the other hand is a great deal and perfect for father‘s day!
FantasyDeals

That's bean a bit hash?



The beans look okay to me. Hash browns look good too.
davelfc

Show your father you love him by taking him to a crowded supermarket cafe … Show your father you love him by taking him to a crowded supermarket cafe for a cheap breakfast.



or more like just have a bite to eat when you're out doing the weekly shop, as families tend to do together over the weekend

Edited by: "eset12345" 18th Jun 2016
I still remember when this was posted at the same time here on HUKD last year... Can't believe how fast 12 months has gone! I'll be going back down again! Thanks OP, hot from me.
Do they do a vegie one,only asking not kissing him with a mouth full of pig augh
eset12345

or more like just have a bite to eat when you're out doing the weekly … or more like just have a bite to eat when you're out doing the weekly shop, as families tend to do together over the weekend



I'll try that on Mother's Day and see how well that goes down. Isn't Father's day supposed to be special for the father?
Buyer beware! Just been charged full price for my brekky in Gorleston branch, though hubbys was half price. Food was very good but adverts misleading in my opinion as no mention the offer price is for men only.
do you have to be a dad to get one? or could you go in on your own; think I can hack eating a nice cooked breakfast in a crowded supermarket with screaming kids
czrsiNk

'Treat your Daddy to clogged arteries and heart disease' this Father's … 'Treat your Daddy to clogged arteries and heart disease' this Father's Day - show him how much you really love him!



Didn't take long for the food police to arrive.
futura

I love cooked breakfasts and would rather my kids took me to Morrisons … I love cooked breakfasts and would rather my kids took me to Morrisons for one than turn my kitchen into a greasy mess trying to cook me one. I've always found Morrisons food to be OK too but there'll always be food snobs out there (i appreciate that standards may differ store to store).



Surely you're missing the point of 'the kitchen'.
Surely it would be kinder to leave dad at home with his feet up & the TV remote, rather than dragging him around a supermarket on a weekend where parents fail to control their kids, long check out queues & getting road rage in the carpark when trolly pushers cant be bothered to walk the pedestrian routes & happy to step out in front of a moving car.
Edited by: "bojangles" 18th Jun 2016
dart16

lets hear the alternative



​Anywhere else in the known universe. Greasy rubbish with staff who look as miserable as their food does.
bojangles

Surely it would be kinder to leave dad at home with his feet up & the TV … Surely it would be kinder to leave dad at home with his feet up & the TV remote, rather than dragging him around a supermarket on a weekend where parents fail to control their kids, long check out queues & getting road rage in the carpark when trolly pushers cant be bothered to walk the pedestrian routes & happy to step out in front of a moving car.



Ahh, finally a comment that I can relate too... X)
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