Unlimited Breakfast for 1 Adult & 2 Children  for £8.75 ( so  less that £3.00 each) @ Table Table
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Unlimited Breakfast for 1 Adult & 2 Children for £8.75 ( so less that £3.00 each) @ Table Table

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Found 21st Jul 2015
This is a brilliant deal for the school summer holidays, open to everyone (no need to be staying at a premier Inn) buy an Adult unlimited breakfast at Table Table, Beefeaters or Brewers Fayre which is situated next to a Premier inn and two children under 16 can eat free.
. Breakfast is served 07.00am -10.30am,. This offer is open to everyone, you do not need to be staying at a premier Inn.

Start your day the right way with a great value breakfast at your local Table Table.

You and your little ones can choose as much as you like from our cooked and Continental selections, including crispy back bacon, succulent premium sausages, eggs as you like them, hash browns, pan-fried mushrooms and more, alongside beautifully baked pastries, cereal, fresh fruit, plus chilled juices, tea and unlimited Coffee.

And the best bit is that up to two under 16's eat breakfast for free when one adult orders a full Premier Inn Breakfast.

Terms and conditions
This offer applies to Table Table restaurants situated next to Premier Inn hotels:
Free breakfast for two children aged 15 or under when purchasing an adult £8.75 breakfast. This offer is available weekdays 6.30am - 10:30am and weekends 7.00am - 11.00am.

This offer applies to Table Table restaurants not situated next to Premier Inn hotels:
One child under 10 years can choose from either a cooked breakfast, a vegetarian breakfast, eggs on toast, beans on toast or a two egg omelette when one adult purchases an Ultimate Cooked Breakfast meal deal or an Ultimate Vegetarian Cooked Breakfast meal deal

Beefeaters and Brewers Fayre outlets also included in this deal
Thanks to holeymoley18

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Same is true for any of the restaurants next to Premier Inns
premierinn.com/en/…tml
Been like this for years, so not really a deal, but good to point it out once in a while especially this time of year.

This is a good deal as most pub chains do 'child eats free' with each adult, but this can still be expensive as the breakfasts are overpriced and small kids don't each much.

Will be a good deal for those doing some Travelodge or Premier Inn holidays as they are they are often on site.

Heat added.
Let's get those kids nice and obese

what were the recent issues op?

oscarcat

We went into our local Harvester 3 weeks back at 10.50am apparently … We went into our local Harvester 3 weeks back at 10.50am apparently breakfast ends at 11.00am. They took our orders, then we discovered they had run out of Pancakes/crumpets/muffins/white bread/ grapefruit/ juices etc., they were just not restocking due to it being close to the end of breakfast. The cooked breakfast was fine but when we requested extra bacon and beans we were told breakfast was finished, so an unlimited breakfast limited by what they wanted to give you. No alternatives /no discount basically just have what's left, manager walked away from us when we tried to complain, customer service just ignore e mails.If breakfast was at an end or they had run out of items in my opinion , they should have told us when we went in before taking the order for the breakfast.



thanks, good post for table table.

oscarcat

To extent your right that is a deal for people staying at Premium Inns … To extent your right that is a deal for people staying at Premium Inns and has been running for a long time , but you have to pay room costs also. This deal is for anyone, you do not need to stay at the premium Inn, just walk into Table Table just like you would Harvester.



My bad. My local Premier Inn is a Table table and i'd seen this offer many times, and stayed at quite a few Premier inns - I put 2 and 2 together and got 5
Nice shout out - have some heat

Beefeaters and Brewers Fayre outlets also included in this deal.
As per above these are good value if you arrive early enough and have hungry kids. If just adults, cheaper breakfasts out can be found elsewhere IMO.

You don't have to stay at Premier Inns to eat their breakfasts.

Original Poster

holeymoley18

Beefeaters and Brewers Fayre outlets also included in this deal. As per … Beefeaters and Brewers Fayre outlets also included in this deal. As per above these are good value if you arrive early enough and have hungry kids. If just adults, cheaper breakfasts out can be found elsewhere IMO.



Thanks I hadn't realised that will add it to the description.

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LesD

You don't have to stay at Premier Inns to eat their breakfasts.



That's the good part about this deal, until yesterday I hadn't realised you could get this deal without booking a room at Premier Inn. Great if you have children, probably not so good if you don't

Sounds good, but...not many kids travel with just 1 parent, so if both eat, makes it expensive.

Toby carveries (or crown carveries), are cheaper at 3.99 adults/ 2.99 kids.

Hasn't it always been this offer? And used to be £8.25 at our local table table

Ta OP.

Will take my brother and sister and just hope the staff won't notice:

http://f00.inventorspot.com/images/6-_Baby_Parents.jpg

Harvester is £4.99 an adult and 99p for kids. I think that is a better deal

oscarcat

We went into our local Harvester 3 weeks back at 10.50am apparently … We went into our local Harvester 3 weeks back at 10.50am apparently breakfast ends at 11.00am. They took our orders, then we discovered they had run out of Pancakes/crumpets/muffins/white bread/ grapefruit/ juices etc., they were just not restocking due to it being close to the end of breakfast. The cooked breakfast was fine but when we requested extra bacon and beans we were told breakfast was finished, so an unlimited breakfast limited by what they wanted to give you. No alternatives /no discount basically just have what's left, manager walked away from us when we tried to complain, customer service just ignore e mails.If breakfast was at an end or they had run out of items in my opinion , they should have told us when we went in before taking the order for the breakfast.



Imagine if everyone went in at 10:55am and did that.
Of course they have to control their stock levels.

oscarcat

Not really my problem , they are happy to take the money and should … Not really my problem , they are happy to take the money and should therefore supply the advertised product. If not they should be honest and upfront about it. also there is nothing to say breakfast finishes at 11.00am , the point is they accepted the custom and the order at 10.50 and therefore I don't expect them to stop supplying you the products you are paying for.



Customers oO

So glad I'm no longer in retail and steered clear of the hospitality sector

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lyndseygormanly

Harvester is £4.99 an adult and 99p for kids. I think that is a better … Harvester is £4.99 an adult and 99p for kids. I think that is a better deal


Not really but if your happy to think so, so be it.

Harvester £4.99 per Adult & £1.99 for under 10's + drinks £2.60 for an Adult, £1.69 for a child= £15.34 for 1 Adult & 2 children as opposed to £8.75 at Table Table.

It's always this price or at least for a good few years now.

oscarcat

Sounds like you used to be an Harvester Manager. just imagine if say Vue … Sounds like you used to be an Harvester Manager. just imagine if say Vue let you in 10 minutes before the end of a film without telling you and charged you full price.- Clearly you would not be happy



It's not like that all.

oscarcat

Does it really when you consider drinks and all continental selections … Does it really when you consider drinks and all continental selections are included as well as the cooked breakfast?Two parents and two children £17.50 at Table Table all includedToby £13.96 ( Cooked Breakfast only) + Drinks + Toast + Cereal etc.. Just two teas for the adults make it more without drinks for the kids Fail to see your logic.•Toast (white or brown) and jam - only £1.29 @ Toby•Unlimited servings of tea and coffee for just £1.99 @ Toby•OR unlimited tea and coffee plus either a smoothie, juice, or unlimited soft drink for just £2.99 @ Toby


Toast is included at the 3 Toby Carveries by us.

@ OP,regarding your poor past experiences,

Don't mess about with complaining/phoning c/s.Go straight to the top dog.

email the CEO of the company and I can almost guarantee you will have a response within 24 hours.If you want the email of the CEOof Premier Inns,either Google it or pm me for it as I'm not sure if its acceptable posting it on an open forum,

Kids should eat for free period. Most meals are way in excess of what we should eat hence obesity rise. Take a portion off the adult plate and feed the kids with it.
Hot anyway

Always a good breakfast, been going for years. It's Beefeater near me and Brewers Fayre near my dad's. On at every pub that has a Premier Inn next door. If you have kids it's worth it.

oscarcat

Does it really when you consider drinks and all continental selections … Does it really when you consider drinks and all continental selections are included as well as the cooked breakfast?Two parents and two children £17.50 at Table Table all includedToby £13.96 ( Cooked Breakfast only) + Drinks + Toast + Cereal etc.. Just two teas for the adults make it more without drinks for the kids Fail to see your logic.•Toast (white or brown) and jam - only £1.29 @ Toby•Unlimited servings of tea and coffee for just £1.99 @ Toby•OR unlimited tea and coffee plus either a smoothie, juice, or unlimited soft drink for just £2.99 @ Toby



​All good points. And agree the TT is good value if your a big eater/drinker. But if not, its better value to only pay for what u want. Be careful on drinks though to, in my experience, drinks like lattes/ cappucinos are not included-just filter coffee/ t-bags and juice.

AnnaMak

It's always this price or at least for a good few years now.



​I think it went up from 7.99 only this year.

and has been avail to everyone for some time.

Nothing new here. We have a Beefeater a few minutes walk from our house and have used this offer many times over the past few years. Never stayed there in my life.

Rich069

​All good points. And agree the TT is good value if your a big e … ​All good points. And agree the TT is good value if your a big eater/drinker. But if not, its better value to only pay for what u want. Be careful on drinks though to, in my experience, drinks like lattes/ cappucinos are not included-just filter coffee/ t-bags and juice.



Most of them have a self serve Costa bean to cup machine, so lattes, espresso all included. A few types of tea bags and orange, apple and cranberry juice. The inclusion of these drinks makes it the best deal.

Original Poster

UnclePotter

@ OP,regarding your poor past experiences,Don't mess about with … @ OP,regarding your poor past experiences,Don't mess about with complaining/phoning c/s.Go straight to the top dog.email the CEO of the company and I can almost guarantee you will have a response within 24 hours.If you want the email of the CEOof Premier Inns,either Google it or pm me for it as I'm not sure if its acceptable posting it on an open forum,


Many thanks for your excellent advice , think it's too late this time, but will certainly keep that in mind for the future.

HOT

Welcome to Fat Britain!

jokinjp

Kids should eat for free period. Most meals are way in excess of what we … Kids should eat for free period. Most meals are way in excess of what we should eat hence obesity rise. Take a portion off the adult plate and feed the kids with it.Hot anyway


Yeah. Take along your "big" plate too.

Got your big plate Alan?

Nick66

Welcome to Fat Britain!



Avoid pastries, hash browns and fruits and you will be loosing weight instead of gaining.

Looks good ...if can get round a second parent being at the same table not eating

oscarcat

We went into our local Harvester 3 weeks back at 10.50am apparently … We went into our local Harvester 3 weeks back at 10.50am apparently breakfast ends at 11.00am. They took our orders, then we discovered they had run out of Pancakes/crumpets/muffins/white bread/ grapefruit/ juices etc., they were just not restocking due to it being close to the end of breakfast. The cooked breakfast was fine but when we requested extra bacon and beans we were told breakfast was finished, so an unlimited breakfast limited by what they wanted to give you. No alternatives /no discount basically just have what's left, manager walked away from us when we tried to complain, customer service just ignore e mails.If breakfast was at an end or they had run out of items in my opinion , they should have told us when we went in before taking the order for the breakfast.



Surely most people would realise that if you are going to turn up 10 minutes before breakfast ends, they probably would have run out of quite a few items and it would be too late to start cooking more bacon and sausages etc. I've stayed in a couple of hotels with the childen over the past 6 months, and we always aim to get down to the breakfast bar quite early, before the crowds start piling in. I suppose you will now realise that it is better to turn up relatively early while there is a good supply of breakfast items available.

Original Poster

Sophiasky

Surely most people would realise that if you are going to turn up 10 … Surely most people would realise that if you are going to turn up 10 minutes before breakfast ends, they probably would have run out of quite a few items and it would be too late to start cooking more bacon and sausages etc. I've stayed in a couple of hotels with the childen over the past 6 months, and we always aim to get down to the breakfast bar quite early, before the crowds start piling in. I suppose you will now realise that it is better to turn up relatively early while there is a good supply of breakfast items available.


I had no idea breakfast finished at 11.00 when we went there it used to be 11.30. Regardless they should have told me before taking orders or accepting custom. Ridiculous to be out of so much not just one or two items. An alternative or a gesture such as a free coffee should have been offered . they advertise this breakfast their choice and take you money so yes I expect to have what I pay them for is that unreasonable. Regarding the beans and bacon harvester use these as part of the main menu all day long so , and I,m sure they could have found some juice again used all day

Beans, brown bread (1 slice toasted - no butter), Mushrooms, poached eggs (as many as you like) , bacon (as much as you'd like - cut the fat off) and you've got a fantastic breakfast for Slimming World.
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