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Best breakfast near Uplyme?

 
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Rev



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PostPosted: 31/12/10, 18:06    Post subject: Best breakfast near Uplyme? Reply with quote

Can we discover the best full-English breakfast in the area? Come on, upload your reviews! I'll kick things off...

Sublyme Cafe, Axminster

http://www.sublymecafe.co.uk/Index/Home.html

7 get's you locally sourced sausages, superb mushrooms, poached egg, smoked bacon, home-made ketchup, lovely toast, etc. And it's the best cup of coffee I've had yet in Axminster - absolutely yum (they source and roast their own beans!) It's not cheap - but this is a great breakfast. No grease, top food. Really, very delicious. We'll be back!

Hive Beach Cafe, Burton Bradstock

http://www.hivebeachcafe.co.uk/

Okay, so this is a long way to trek (15 miles) but it's supposed to be one of the best local venues. I've been twice, and to be honest, I've had better. The breakfast is 8 and includes a small coffee. Nice sausage, one mushroom (nice), pre-cooked bacon (a bit dry and not freshly cooked), a poached egg, tomato, black pud, and two large slabs of fried bread (that were too large and artery-hardening). The coffee was okay - a bit bitter. A nice view, but not worth the trip and over-rated. We won't be back.
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Location: Lyme Rd, Uplyme

PostPosted: 01/01/11, 13:49    Post subject: Duckies, Beer Reply with quote

Duckies, Beer

A place that should be on your list is 'Duckies' on the beach at Beer. If you go down the steep road down to the beach, the cafe is just there on your right at the bottom. A very friendly chap serves you all sizes of well cooked breakfast with mugs of tea. I don't recall the exact price but I remember it seemed very good value for about a fiver. Nice spot to sit and look at the sea and the fishing boats with your brekkie.

NB. Do not confuse Duckies with the other beach cafe at Beer about 100yds to the left (East) of the ramp which is not up to the same standard at all.

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PostPosted: 01/01/11, 16:49    Post subject: Reply with quote

Oooh - that sounds like a good tip. Smile

The Powerboat Club in Lyme Regis probably has the best value brekkie in Lyme - it's a bit greasy spoon, but when you've been out fishing all night, it's very welcome!
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PostPosted: 01/01/11, 16:52    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sounds good, but what if you are not a member of the power boat club ? What times do they open for breakfast ?
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PostPosted: 02/01/11, 15:45    Post subject: Reply with quote

I haven't been to since late summer but they were open early and were definitely open to anyone - not just members. It's a great place to walk the dogs - on Monmouth beach then sit outside on the beach side of the Power Boar Club with a mug of tea and a bacon sarnie. Smile
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