There’s no way you haven’t heard the saying, “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day”?
While this may or may not be true, it does make sense that a good start to your day will set the tone for the rest of it. And what better way to get a good start than to treat your taste buds with one of the best breakfasts in St Francis?
When you don’t know what you feel like, have everything!
Almost every morning, until 10am, the Cape St Francis Resort puts out a scrumptious spread, at Joe Fish.
If you wake up absolutely starving, this is your best pick for guaranteed satisfaction. As if all the food isn’t tempting enough, this is the only restaurant in town where you can enjoy breakfast by the pool. Perfect for those warm, Summer mornings.
For the health-conscious breakfast-muncher, Pedal and Spoke Cafe offers a selection of mouth-watering dished that are completely grease free!
Keep those pesky calories off your hips without sacrificing good tasting food. From fresh seasonal fruits to fresh, creamy yogurt and oats, you’ll just love what goes into their healthy breakfast bowls.
You will know the meaning of true love the second you sink your teeth into one of the Eggs Benedict variations, served by Rambling Rose. From the fresh breakfast bun to the creamy hollandaise sauce, your taste buds will be singing with joy.
While pancakes are a timeless breakfast favourite, Tails and Thyme adds a nice twist. Offering an array of different flavours and fillings on the menu, it’s hard to resist wanting to try all of them in one go!
Breakfast with a view, anyone? Quaysyde is your place!
Order a hearty plate of good ol’ bacon, eggs and the works while you ease into your day with a cup of coffee. If the delicious breakfast doesn’t get you in a good mood, then the majestic view will. You’re bound to have a great kickstart at Quaysyde.
With these tantalizing breakfast options in St Francis, there’s no reason every day can’t start with a smile on your face.
We would love to hear if you have had any other great breakfast experiences in St Francis. Comment bellow and let us know where it was and what you ate…