Let’s face it, we’re a nation of breakfast lovers. In fact, almost half of the UK thinks that breakfast is the most important meal of the day – and we couldn’t agree more! It’s why we take such great pride in serving up our tasty all you can eat breakfasts to please every palate, from meat lovers to vegans and everyone in between.
Serving up the vegan breakfast of champions – we won PETA’s Best Vegan Breakfast award!
So, we were delighted to win the Best Vegan Breakfast award from UK-based animal charity PETA! The title was awarded at the 11th annual Vegan Food Awards, and we couldn’t be more thrilled.
Guests can enjoy a wide range of vegan breakfast options with us, from vegan sausages and bacon to favourites like hash browns, muffins and crumpets, plus tasty continental choices like cereals and fresh fruit.
So, whether you’re waking up in one of our hotels or just looking for great places to eat in the morning, you can always look forward to mouth-watering breakfasts with us.
Best of all, if you’re visiting with the kids, up to two under-16s eat breakfast for free when an adult orders a full Premier Inn Breakfast.
Our full vegan breakfast range:
- THIS™ Isn’t Bacon
- GARDEN GOURMET® Sensational™ Vegan Sausage
- Hash Browns
- Grilled tomatoes
- Brown and white bread
- Maple syrup
- Peanut butter
- Prepared fresh fruit
- Fruit berry mix
* if served with Alpro
Our vegan breakfast in numbers:
This year alone, we’ve dished up 2.5 million GARDEN GOURMET® Sensational™ Vegan Sausages and around one million THIS Isn’t Bacon rashers across our Premier Inn hotels and branded restaurants.
PETA’s Director of Vegan Corporate Projects Dawn Carr said:
“The demand for vegan food is booming as more people learn about the benefits to their health, the planet, and animals”.
Our Managing Director Simon Jones added:
“We never lose sight of our commitment to helping our guests ‘rest easy’ and always strive to ensure there is something for everyone to enjoy when developing our menus, so we’re thrilled to be awarded the Best Vegan Breakfast”.