Breakfasts at the William B

On a Glorious Bank holiday Monday, Myself and 11 others visited the WIlliam B for their new weekend breakfast offering.

We had a whole section of the restaurant to ourselves, and in lovely cool and pleasant surroundings we had a selection of full cooked breakfast, with eggs cooked to personal preference , Sausage sandwiches for lighter palates and of course a vegetarian option.

The Breakfast was served on warmed plates and generously portioned, not too much to be over full, the vegetarian option had all of the hall marks and more of a full meat breakfast and all looked extremely appetising and was cooked very well.

A lovely start to a Bank Holiday Monday, and thoroughly recommended for a weekend treat!

Breakfast: SATURDAY and SUNDAY from 8.30-11am











Fancy a Steak?
Friday night steak night
2 steaks and a bottle of with £30. Also bottles of prosecco just £15

Book now to avoid disappointment
01245 380082. or email info@thewilliamb.co.ukinfo@thewilliamb.co.uk

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