Seven places to get a fry-up in Lowestoft
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They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so how about a tasty full English without the cooking or washing up?
Here are seven places you can get a fry-up in Lowestoft.
1. The Lighthouse Diner
Where: 383 Whapload Rd, Lowestoft NR32 1UL
When: 8.30am to 2pm
This diner serves Lowestoft's highest-rated breakfast, the 'full breakfast' includes bacon, eggs, sausages, beans, mushrooms, a hash brown and toast.
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There are eight other options on the breakfast menu, with prices ranging from £9.20 to £1.90 with available sides like black pudding and waffles. The Lighthouse has more than 200 reviews on Tripadvisor, and boasts a four and a half-star rating.
2. Martello Coffee House
Where: Sparrows Nest, Whapload Rd, Lowestoft NR32 1XG
When: 8am to 3pm
This coffee house and restaurant serves breakfast from 8am to 12pm daily. The full English includes Suffolk sausages, barn eggs, back bacon, hash browns, beans, tomatoes and toast.
The breakfast menu has more than 20 other options, from yoghurt and granola to croque madams. The coffee house has a four-star rating based on 150 reviews.
3. Howards Tea Room
Where: 177 London Rd S, Lowestoft NR33 0DR
When: 9am to 4pm
This tea room promises 'traditional English home cooking' and is the nineteenth best restaurant in Lowestoft according to Tripadvisor. The fry-up comes with eggs, bacon, beans, tomatoes, mushrooms, sausages and hash browns. It comes with the option of a hot or cold drink.
There is also the all-day breakfast and another fry-up. The breakfast menu also includes variations of options. Howards Tea Room has 116 reviews on Tripadvisor and a four and a half star score.
4. Jester's Diner
Where: Peto Way, Lowestoft NR32 2QB
When: 10am to 2pm and 5pm to 9pm
This diner, which offers breakfast all day, has options for everyone.
From the Big Boy Breakfast and the Big Girl Breakfast (which is the same as the Big Boy just without sausage and with extra eggs), the Fat Boy breakfast, American Breakfast and Tree Hugger Breakfast. There is also the option to build your own breakfast.
Those wanting a challenge can also take on the KIDZ Breakfast which must be eaten within an hour to win. It includes an eight-egg omelette, 12 pieces of bacon, 12 sausages, six fried eggs, bean tomatoes, mushrooms, four hash browns, four black puddings, sauteed potatoes and 12 pieces of bread.
5. Everitt Park Cafe
Where: Nicholas Everitt Park, Lowestoft NR33 9JR
When: 9am to 9pm
The full English comes with sausages, mushrooms, bacon, tomatoes, beans toast and hash browns. It also comes with a hot drink. Breakfast is served from 9am until 12pm. The cafe also serves homemade scones and cakes.
The cafe is open into the afternoon, with dishes on the menu like burgers, chilli, soup and sandwiches, pasta and hot dogs. However, the cafe is currently closed until March of this year.
6. The Potter's Kiln
Where: Leisure Way, Lowestoft NR32 4TZ
When: 9am to 11pm
This restaurant serves breakfast from 9am to 11.30am. The classic breakfast includes sausages, bacon, eggs, hash browns, tomatoes, mushrooms and baked beans. There are three other options for fry-ups, with vegetarian and vegan options available.
There are forty other breakfast options on the menu, from banana pancakes to sausage buns and steak and eggs.
7. Cafe Eleven A
Where: 11A Grove Rd, Lowestoft NR32 1EB
When: 8am to 4pm
Cafe Eleven A serves breakfast from 8am. The breakfast includes the cafe's signature blend sausages, bacon, free-range eggs. It also comes with hash browns, beans, mushrooms, tomatoes, toast and black pudding.
For those after something else, they serve loaded bagels, with bacon and eggs, as well as warm baked good like scones and almond croissants.
Across the rest of the day, the cafe serves sandwiches, cake, burgers and more.