Top 13 places to eat breakfast in Mansfield

Breakfast foods
Breakfast foods

It’s National Breakfast Week and to celebrate, readers have sent in their favourite spots to enjoy their morning meal in Mansfield.

It is known as the most important meal of the day, so the campaign is running to highlight the importance of eating a good breakfast.

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Here is a list of 13 places to enjoy a scrumptious breakfast, according to you.

The Lunch Box, West Gate, Mansfield. Several readers mentioned that the Lunch Box was a great place to enjoy a breakfast.

Oasis Cafe, Sherwood Drive, New Ollerton. This cafe serves up an all day breakfast - including a slimline meal - and is based in the Lifespring Centre.

Casey’s Coffee Bar, White Hart Street, Mansfield. This place was mentioned for serving up great coffee and food in the mornings - and with a waiter service.

El Bee’s, West Gate, Mansfield. This diner is the perfect place to go for a nice greasy fry up, according to our readers.

Mansfield Wetherspoon’s - The Stag & Pheasant, Clumber Street and The Widow Frost, Leeming Street. Everybody loves a cheap and cheerful spoons breakfast - and there are two places you can visit in our town.

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McDonald’s. How could we forget? With multiple locations across the region, McDonald’s is the choice for many of our readers. Make sure you make it before 10.30am though.

Lucy’s cafe, Market Street, Mansfield. Though it is recommended based on a great breakfast, many of you also said Lucy’s was a great place to get a good coffee.

The Sandy Pate Bar at the The Stags. This sports bar based at the home of Mansfield Town Football Club is recommended for a breakfast - especially on match days.

The Sunnydale Inn, Brown Avenue, Mansfield Woodhouse. Readers from across the region like to pay a visit to the Sunnydale for their morning meal.

Bakers at Queens, Queens Street, Mansfield. This place was voted as Chad’s cafe of the year - and with it’s own bakery, who wouldn’t want fresh bread in the morning?

The Swan, Church Street, Mansfield. Bang in the middle of the town centre, this is a great place to grab a breakfast - especially if you have a busy day ahead.

Home. And least, but certainly not last - many of you have got in touch to say there is nothing better than a good old fashioned home cooked breakfast.

What do you think? Is your favourite place on here? Get in touch with your suggestions by emailing danielle.hayden@jpress.co.uk.

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