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Where to Go for Breakfast in Berkshire

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If you’re looking for a way to meet up with family and friends then breakfast out together is a lovely idea and also something that can be squeezed in when the children are at school! Here are some ideas of where to go for breakfast in Berkshire.

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Breakfast
Where to go for Breakfast in Berkshire

Fernygrove Farm, Warfield – A firm favourite of ours for Breakfast (which they serve all day!) and you can take the children too as there is a lovely little play area overlooking the fields at the back. Please note they are closed on Mondays and Sundays. You can read about our visit here.

Fernygrove Coffee Shop
Fernygrove Farm Coffee Shop

Bills, Newbury – Can be found in Market Place and is a perfect spot for Breakfast (or Brunch!). You can view the menu here.

Bills, Windsor – Just a short walk from Windsor Castle this makes for an impressive spot for some breakfast. You can view the menu here. You could also take a stroll down The Long Walk afterwards too.

*The Greene Oak, Oakley Green near Windsor. Click to view the Saturday Brunch Menu.

*The Fox and Hounds, Englefield Green. Click to view the Breakfast Menu.

Fego, Ascot – Please note they do not take bookings it is walk in’s only. You can view the breakfast menu here.

*The Belverdere Arms, Sunninghill – Brunch is served on Saturday and Sundays between 9am – 11.30am. Click here to view the menu.

Honesty Cafe, Tally Ho Farm, Winkfield – In March 2023 the Honesty Group opened an Honesty Café at Tally Ho Farm in Winkfield. It’s in a lovely location with great views, food and drink. They serve a light breakfast. You can view their other Berkshire locations here.

Honesty Cafe Tally Ho
Honesty Cafe at Tally Ho Farm

*Cobbs Farm Shop, Hungerford – The café serves delicious home made food seven days a week. There is also a farm shop and Play Barn if you have the children in tow! You can view the Breakfast menu here.

Cobbs Farm Hungerford
Cobbs Farm Hungerford Cafe

Cobbs Farm Shop – Englefield – You can view the Breakfast menu here.

Oaktree Garden Centre, Warfield – The Potting Shed Cafe can be found here and makes a great location for Breakfast. You can then have a look around the Garden Centre afterwards (their Christmas displays are always very impressive). You can view the menu here.

Windsor Farm Coffee Shop, Windsor: Offers Breakfast and Brunch options and you can view the menu here. There is seating inside and outside the coffee shop.

Windsor Farm Shop Cafe Area
Windsor Farm Shop Coffee Shop

*Coppa Club, Maidenhead, Sonning and Streatley. Click here for more details.

*Stubbings Cafe at Stubbings Garden Centre, Maidenhead. Click here for menu details.

Two Sisters Cafe, Crowthorne – Has a great selection of food and drink. You can view the menu here.

Lakeview Cafe, Winkfield The cafe is set overlooking fishing lakes and they offer lovely Breakfast and Brunch options. You can view their menu on the Facebook page here. Please do take cash as they are sometimes unable to accept cards.

Lakeview Cafe
Lakeview Cafe

Farm Cafe, Ashridge Farm, Wokingham – There is no need to book and you can view their breakfast menu here.

Wellington Farm Shop Cafe – You will find the cafe next to the shop which has indoor and outdoor seating plus outdoor space and a sweet wooden play area. You can view their breakfast menu here.

Wellington Farm Shop Cafe
Wellington Farm Shop Cafe

Dobbies Garden Centre, Hare Hatch – Offer a lovely Breakfast and a mini one for children too. You can view the menu here.

Robyn’s Nest Café, Warfield – Moss End Garden Centre, there is a small play area for young children. You can view the Breakfast menus here. Click here to find out what else you can do at Moss End Garden Village for families.

Squires Garden Centre, Wokingham – The Cafe Bar offers Breakfast which can you view here. There is also a play area here if you are taking the children with you.

Longacres Garden Centre, Bagshot – The Greenhouse Cafe it situated within the Garden Centre and they offer a great selection of food and drink including Children’s options. You can view the menu here.

The Avenue Deli, Reading – The Avenue Deli offers a broad breakfast menu including several egg-themed dishes. You can find their menu on the website here.

Neps Bistro, Cookham – Offer breakfast and brunch options at their cosy bistro. You can see the breakfast menu here.

Cafe Yolk, Reading – Source their food locally and offer a huge breakfast menu which you can see here.

Jackson’s, California Country Park, Finchampstead – Have an extensive breakfast menu including a kid’s menu and all day breakfast options. You can view the menus on the website. You could combine with a play in the park afterwards.

The Sanctuary Barn Cafe, Binfield – Is a traditional cafe offering an all day breakfast. You can find out more on their Facebook page.

The Chocolate Cafe, Holme Grange Craft Village in Wokingham and Henley Offer an all day breakfast menu as well as gluten free and vegan options and a large selection of hot chocolate options. You can find out more on their website.

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