Two kids eat free when one adult purchases a £8.25 (All you can eat) breakfast meal at Brewers Fayre
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Two kids eat free when one adult purchases a £8.25 (All you can eat) breakfast meal at Brewers Fayre

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Found 25th Oct 2012
I thought this might be a good deal for those with children on 1/2 term...

FREE BREAKFAST FOR KIDS
WITH EVERY £8.25 ADULT BREAKFAST
Here’s a great way to start a fun-packed day - with FREE breakfasts for kids at your local Brewers Fayre. With every adult who buys an all you can eat and drink breakfast for only £8.25, 2 kids aged 15 and under will get an all they can eat and drink breakfast for FREE. So, whether you fancy a Full English or Continental, you can tuck into as much as you like from our tempting breakfast menu!

Tuck in to as much as you like of the following:
Pork Sausages
Vegetarian Sausages
Back Bacon
Eggs (Scrambled, Fried, Poached, Hard Boiled or a Plain Omelette)
Button Mushrooms
Tomatoes
Baked Beans
Cereals
Porridge
Hash Browns
Granola
Croissants
Toast
Crumpets
Muffins
Fresh Fruit Salad
Mixed Berry Compote
Yeo Valley Organic Yoghurts
Chilled Fruit Juices
Costa Coffee
Twinings Tea
Some items may differ to those shown or listed. Available 6.30am to 10.30am weekdays and 7.00am to 11.00am on weekends. Two kids eat free when one adult purchases a £8.25 breakfast meal. This offer can not be used in conjunction with any other offer, promotion or voucher including the Whitbread Privilege Card.
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Sites next to a Premier InnAll you can eat breakfast £8.251. This offer … Sites next to a Premier InnAll you can eat breakfast £8.251. This offer is available weekdays 6:30- 10:30am and weekends 7:00am - 11:00. Offer applicable to all you can eat and drink for £8.25.2. Two kids eat free only when one adult purchases a £8.25 breakfast meal.3. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer, promotion or voucher including the Whitbread Privilege Card.Sites not next to a Premier InnUltimate Cooked Breakfast £6.251. Cooked Breakfast Meal Deal or a Ultimate Vegetarian Cooked Breakfast Meal Deal, valued at £5.75.2. The choice of kids breakfast is a Cooked Breakfast, a Vegetarian Cooked Breakfast, Eggs on Toast, Beans on Toast or a 3 Egg Omelette.3. This offer is available Mon-Fri 7.00-10.30am and Sat-Sun 8.00-10.30am.4. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer, promotion or voucher including the Whitbread Privilege Card.One child aged 10 and under eats free only when one adult purchasesan Ultimate Cooked Breakfast Meal Deal or Ultimate Vegetarian CookedBreakfast Meal Deal. The choice of kids breakfast is a Cooked Breakfast, aVegetarian Cooked Breakfast, Eggs on Toast, Baked Beans on Toast or a 3Egg Omelette. †Freshly scrambled, fried, poached or boiled. ††Not available to takeaway. ^Choose from a small Cappuccino, Latte or Americano. Some items may differ to those shown. All products may be subject to change and availability. Menu descriptions do not list every ingredient. Guests concerned about the presence of mandatory labelled allergens in our food are welcome to ask a team member for assistance when choosing their meal.

All premier inn restaurants have done this deal for a long time not just half term. Great deal. Some restaurants are great and some are terrible. Worth a try. Heat
Yeah they've been doing this for a while now, noticed it in the summer. I got an email from beefeater saying they were also doing this during half term. http://www.beefeatergrill.co.uk/content/dam/beefeater/Breakfast/20902516_BEEF_BREAKFAST_PLACEMAT_A4_v5.pdf

Yesterday I took my daughter to the Paignton Brewers Fayre and it was a really good breakfast so can recommend there if you're in south devon
Edited by: "ShaneC" 26th Oct 2012
I go to my local in Hunsworth Cleckheaton, I tell all my friends now they all go it is very busy on Saturday and Sunday mornings.The service and the food is out of this world.We all love to go
£8.25 for a breakfast? Ok, with the free kids eating it's worth it but on its own I wouldn't pay £8.25 for a breakfast no matter how much you could eat!
I've had breakfasts through them before. Can't fault the food but for £8.25 its a bit steep. I Now go to Toby Carvery where cooked breakfast with unlimited tea or coffee is £5.98, kids are £3.49 and serve til 10:30am. Note not all Toby's do breakfasts though. I'm pretty sure they do deals at half term for kids too if you sign up to their FB page.
I'm sorry but I don't see anything special here. Anyone who has stayed in a Premier Inn knows about this and also their 'Meal Deal' and I can't see many people leaving home with their kids just to have breakfast somewhere else.
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Will try it tomorrow, thanks
Evouk

I've had breakfasts through them before. Can't fault the food but for … I've had breakfasts through them before. Can't fault the food but for £8.25 its a bit steep. I Now go to Toby Carvery where cooked breakfast with unlimited tea or coffee is £5.98, kids are £3.49 and serve til 10:30am. Note not all Toby's do breakfasts though. I'm pretty sure they do deals at half term for kids too if you sign up to their FB page.



So, if you've got kids, Premier Inns are much cheaper and you get much more variety and cereals, toast, muffins, croissant, fruit juices etc. Plus its freshly cooked rather than the buffet at Toby Carvery. Suppose it depends what you're looking for!
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