Eight places in the North East to treat yourself during Breakfast Week

Where will you enjoy your morning cuppa this week?
Where will you enjoy your morning cuppa this week?

Branch our from your usual cereal and toast and treat yourself to a slap-up breakfast.

Breakfast Week (an initiative to promote the benefits of eating a healthy breakfast) only comes around once a year, after all.

So if you're looking to splash out on something special this week, take a look at just some of the places you can visit across the North East and what we think you should try!

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Where do you fancy going from this list, and what will you order when you get there?

Cafe Eighteen, Sunderland: A hash brown, mushroom and cheese sandwich. (£2.50)

Bill's, Durham: Eggs Royale - poached eggs, smoked salmon, hollandaise sauce, seeds and toasted English muffin. (£7.95)

Quay Ingredient, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cinnamon pancakes. (£3.45)

Pappa Caffs, Hartlepool: Mexi Beni Muffin - topped with crispy bacon, poached egg and salsa. (£5)

Village Delights, South Shields: French toast - two slices of bread soaked in egg and served crispy fried. (£2.95)

Good Apple, Sunderland: Small vegan - avo­cado on toast, hand­made veg­gie sausage, grilled mush­rooms, gar­l­icy cherry toma­toes, hash brown and baked beans. (£5.10)

Saddlers, Durham: Breakfast wrap - scrambled egg, sausage and hash brown. (£5.50)

The Clifton, South Shields: All day breakfast - bacon, sausage, egg, grilled tomato, mushrooms, beans and toast. Includes tea and coffee. (£4.95)