Cambridge provides some of the best and most friendly places to eat in the area, all of which can quickly become beloved by your seniors.
From a slap-up full English to just a bit of toast and tea, get your seniors enjoying the most important meal of the day, discover the best places for a tasty, cooked breakfast out and about in Cambridge.
Nothing quite start the day like a hearty cooked breakfast, and the best way to really make this most important of meals an experience is going out to enjoy it somewhere together. Give your seniors a real morning or brunch treat by taking them out into Cambridge for their next cooked breakfast. From scenic cafés to local restaurants and brunch spots, we’ve tracked down our favourite spots for some bacon and eggs, or whatever takes your fancy.
A secluded, historic restaurant with room for all, Bill’s is part of a chain with locations around the country. Serving breakfast until 11.30am every day, their menus have an expansive range of options from a traditional fry up to pancakes, a variety of vegan and vegetarian options, and everything in between. They say, ‘eat like no one’s watching’, and with the delicious meals prepared by Bill’s incredible staff, it’s easily done.
Savino’s is an authentic Italian coffee shop located in the bustling city centre of Cambridge. Inside you will find homemade cakes, paninis, and salads, as well as plenty of flavourful Illy coffee, one of Italy’s most famous brands.
This traditional Italian caffé offers the taste of Italy, without having to jump on a plane. Their paninis are made with delicious, fresh ingredients and the combinations of flavours may just transport you across Europe.
Located in the north of Cambridge, Tatties Café is an independent coffee shop serving breakfasts that do not disappoint. Large portion sizes, lots of choice and always freshly prepared, Tatties may be the best place in Cambridge for a relaxed atmosphere away from the hustle and bustle of the city and a nutritious start to your day.
For breakfast, they have all the classics, and some less common options including a smoked salmon dish served with eggs, avocado, toast and salad, and a scrumptious omelette with a variety of additional toppings to enhance the experience.
After the success of the Garden Café in the Botanic Garden, the Garden Kitchen was opened on Mill Road in 2014 and has been a hubbub of activity ever since. With interesting flavour combinations, quality ingredients, and the cutest hanging decorations lining the walls, this breakfast is not one to be missed. With space to dine in and the option of takeaway, relax amongst the greenery that creates a very grounded environment, or find a nearby park bench to enjoy your breakfast in the sun.
Treat yourself to a breakfast dessert at Crêpeaffaire Cambridge, located on Bridge Street next to the punting station. Their menu is never-ending with scrumptious options, with truly no limits. There’s a range for those of us with a sweet tooth, those who prefer something a little more savoury, with ham, cheese, salmon or hunter’s chicken, or special breakfast options combining all the things we love about a full English, into a crêpe.
As well as these incredible options, there are also sweet waffles served with soft ice cream scoops and whipped cream, and wonderfully fluffy mini pancakes with a range of toppings available. With vegan and vegetarian friendly options as well, the also serve a wide range of hot and cold drinks, coffees, milkshakes, and smoothies. Try something new with a breakfast crêpe, open from 9am.
Cambridge provides some of the best and most friendly places to eat in the area, all of which can quickly become beloved by your seniors. Don’t overlook these fantastic cafés and restaurants. Remind yourself why breakfast is regarded as one of the most essential meals the next time you’re in Cambridge.