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Breakfast in the city

Published: Friday, 05 July 2019

Godiva festival breakfast

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. With Godiva Festival around the corner, it’s important to know where you can get some of the best breakfasts in the city to fill up beforehand.

Playwrights Bar & Bistro – Found on the cobbled Hay Lane that leads into the Cathedral Quarter, Playwrights is an independently owned Bar & Bistro, housed in a listed building. Playwrights pride themselves on providing friendly service and delicious food cooked with fresh produce from local suppliers. They cater for a range of tastes with vegan, gluten free and vegetarian dishes on offer alongside cooked breakfasts, egg dishes and toasted tea cakes. They also have free Wi-Fi available for customers. Read more here.

Finney’s Coffee Co – The atmosphere in Finney’s is second to none. Offering bagels, pastries and cakes alongside delicious coffee, hot chocolate and cold drinks. Next door to their Gelateria offering waffles and pancakes with a range of ice-cream and delicious toppings, it has something for whatever you’re fancying. Free Wi-Fi, USB charging and sockets in abundance, newspapers to read & a TV will keep your morning up to date. Take a look here.

Bean & Leaf – Bean & Leaf is an independent coffee shop, offering a mixture of cosy warmth and cool modern aesthetics, tucked away in the centre of Coventry. With books on the cosy Swedish ‘Hygge’ and the dizzying Coffee Dictionary, it’s easy to see their dedication to good atmosphere and good coffee. There are a range of hot drinks available, with bagels, paninis, cakes and gourmet marshmallows in a range of flavours that you can have toasted. With a range of milks on offer for your coffee and vegan cakes to go along with it, it’s a perfect little corner to enjoy a treat or two. To see more, click here.

Sovrano Caffe – Located in the very heart of the city, Savrano’s serves up an assortment of sweet and savoury breakfast options to get you ready to meet the day. From sweet and savoury crepes, to hearty cooked breakfasts, and an array of delicious hot and cold drinks, you’ll be ready for the festival in no time. They have an outdoor area for you to sit and enjoy your breakfast in the sunshine, so read more here to whet your appetite.  

Backhaus & Co. – If you’re up for a little walk, Backhaus & Co is a worthy reward. Found in the creative hub of FarGo village, its waffles, freshly baked cakes, and veg brunch plate are definitely something to write home about. A specialised bakehouse and cookery school, their dishes are beautifully presented, full to the brim and delicious. Take a look at their menu to find out more.  

IKEA – Whilst they are known for their Swedish meatballs and Daim bar cake, IKEA now have a brilliant budget friendly breakfast in store. Their six-piece, nine-piece and kids size breakfasts are all at ridiculously low prices, with vegetarian options available. At the heart of the city centre, it’s a great place to fill up before heading over to the park. Take a look here to find out more.  

Why not take a look at this years Godiva Festival line-up?

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