Breakfast

How do you like your eggs in the morning? Shrewsbury is the perfect setting for your sunny-side up. Venture into our historic streets for something special to start your day.

Porterhouse.SY1

The USA know how to put together a full plated breakfast. Sample the best brunch from across the pond with the American Dream, featuring BBQ Boston beans, American pancakes, crispy bacon, sausage patty and potato hash browns, or go for a 6oz brunch burger piled high with bacon, eggs and cheese. Go all out with a bloody Mary from the hair of the dog cocktail selection.

Number Four

Tucked away on Butcher Row, Number Four offers stylish breakfast in a perfect location for rolling out of Shrewsbury's boutique hotels. Grab a Big Boy Fry Up (also available in vegetarian) to keep you full until dinner, or get a lighter start to your day with a bowl of granola and yoghurt. Add a touch of glamour to the start of your day with sparkling glasses of bucks fizz.

Optimum Joy

Start your Sunday on a health kick with the wholesome indulgence of bircher muesli or grab the go-to grain in the organic red quinoa and cinnamon porridge. The Yogi Ayurvedic Teas, including Breathe Deep, Green Energy and Throat Comfort tea varieties promote wellness and balance for your body. Feel inspired by your nutritious breakfast and walk the circuit from nearby St Julian's Friars to the Quarry.

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The Loopy Shrew is a family run business owned and managed by the same team that also owns PorterHouse.SY1 and Darwin's Townhouse.

The team are there to make sure all of their customers feel welcome at any time of the day, whether it’s to have a breakfast meeting, quick coffee and cake, after-work drinks or to indulge in an evening of fine wines and great food.

PorterHouse.SY1 is a bar and grill house with boutique rooms. Food is served all day from brunch, lunch and dinner to bar snacks through to 10pm. The menu offers an extensive range of dishes full of American flavour with a twist on British favourites.

Number Four is a cafe and bistro in the heart of Shrewsbury.

The Gallery is a traditional tea room located on Princess Street. The Gallery serves breakfast, light lunches, cream teas and a range of cakes and puddings. Staff offer all customers a warm welcome.

Patisserie Valerie was first opened in Frith Street in London's Soho in 1926 by Belgian born Madam Valerie. She came to London on a mission to introduce fine Continental Patisserie to the English. It was an instant success. In their havens of self-indulgence, you will discover only the best quality cakes and patisserie, continental breakfasts, lunches, the finest teas and coffees and an atmosphere that is unique to each location. Patisserie Valerie's popular and bespoke special occasion cake and celebration cake service offers outstanding quality and value.

Taste of Shrewsbury are a small family business offering both takeaway and eat in facilities, including the gallery tea room that seats thirty two people. The standard menu offers sandwiches, baguettes, paninis, homemade soups, and jacket potatoes. There is also a seasonal specials menu, and afternoon tea menu with renowned cream teas. Fresh, homemade juice and smoothies are prepared in store.

Taste of Shrewsbury also sell artisan bread, including various focaccias, soda breads, sourdoughs and rye.

A friendly town centre cafe with great coffee, a large selection of teas and a full breakfast menu, Cafe Georgia specialise in homemade lunch menu including, quiche's, cottage pie, lasagne, leek, bacon and potato bake and a vegetarian and gluten free Mediterranean vegetable bake. There are always special offers such as a free drink with any breakfast and a cake deal.

Côte Brasserie, located in the Square, is inspired by the brasseries of Paris, championing relaxed all-day dining and serving authentic French classics made from great quality, fresh ingredients. Open day from 8am on weekdays and 9am on weekdays, Côte serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, just like a true Parisienne brasserie.

On the menu, guests will always find classic French favourites such as steak frites, tuna Niçoise and chargrilled Breton chicken. There is a tempting selection of desserts on offer and Côte's must try crème caramel is a much-loved house speciality.

Philpotts is an award-winning sandwich retailer, situated in the beautiful 15th century Abbotts House in Butcher Row. Customers can walk into the shop and choose from a fabulous array of sandwiches, or place a phone order in advance and have one or more delightful platters specially made up for a group of friends or colleagues. Philpotts Shrewsbury enjoys a unique reputation for offering exotic and unusual breads and stunningly delicious ingredients. The team of enthusiastic staff is always happy to help. Please see website for opening hours.

Drapers Hall is a well preserved Elizabethan building. For over 550 years it has been a meeting place for merchants and traders, and for the past 14 years it has held a reputation for being one of Shropshire's finest classical restaurants. There are six five star bedrooms and a popular bar specialising in cocktails and unusual beers, while Drapers Hall can also cater for up to 50 diners in the restaurant, weddings and private dinners for up to 85 and stand up parties on two floors for up to 150 guests. The colourful outside terrace is like a honeypot on warm evenings.

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