There are many options for places to eat breakfast or brunch out in Gloucester, including some nice cafes & other eateries. This includes many that serve traditional full English breakfasts. Bacon, sausage, and egg sandwiches to baguettes are a popular option for takeout to the office or work site.
Some others serve healthy options to start the day, including healthy juice bars or organic cereals. Vegans and vegetarians have options for breakfast in the county and many serve plant-based versions of the full English.
Eat Breakfast Out in Gloucester
Cafes and other eateries that open early and serve breakfast food in Gloucester.
Dreams Cafe is at 102 Eastgate Street, close to GL1 Leisure Centre. This is a traditional cafe that serves various options for a full English breakfast and some nice lunch options. The breakfast includes egg, bacon, sausage, black pudding, beans and tomato and served with toast. The cafe is also a great place to pop in for a cup of tea or coffee.
Dreams are open from 9 am Monday to Saturday and closes at 6 pm, it also opens on a Sunday at 10 am for a nice brunch. This greasy spoon is nice and tidy and has sauces and condiments on each table.
The Portivo Lounge is a nice trendy venue that has a great brunch menu that includes traditional breakfasts and many sandwich options. Their signature Lounge breakfast includes, Back bacon, sausage patties, hash browns, baked beans, black pudding, grilled tomato, button mushrooms, fried egg and toast. They also serve a Chorizo Breakfast Burrito which includes guacamole, sour cream, slow-roasted tomato, lettuce, rice & black beans, and a fried egg. The Portivo Lounge has a great atmosphere and a mixture of seating types, including outside and some comfy sofas.
The Comfy Pew Cafe For Breakfast
Near to the main gate of Gloucester Cathedral is The Comfy Pew. The Comfy Pew is a coffee shop that calls a Tudor listed building home.
The Comfy Pew does a great brunch menu to suit all tastes and appetites. This includes full English with tea or coffee, bacon sandwiches or smoked salmon and egg on toast.
In Kings Square, in the centre of Gloucester, is Jaynes Pantry, a bakery that serves excellent sandwiches all day in their cafe or to take away. They serve both breakfast sandwiches and breakfasts to eat in their pleasant cafe. Overall, Jaynes Pantry is a pleasant place to pop for a coffee in the morning of some brunch food.
Miller & Carter
Miller & Carter Steakhouse in Quedgeley serve some interesting options on their morning menu. They serve brunches Monday to Friday, 7 am to 9.30 am or at the weekend from 8 am to 10.30 am.
Options include a standard English version with beef sausage, herb potatoes, black pudding, smoked bacon and more. For a special treat, The Miller & Carter Breakfast consists of 30-day aged prime rump steak 4oz, prime beef sausage, crispy herb potatoes, pulled beef pit beans, two fried or poached eggs, crispy onion loaf, roasted button mushrooms, grilled tomato and toasted sourdough bread.
There are also some classics of the brunch menu, including eggs royal, steak and eggs or French toast with yoghurt and berries.
There are two Wetherspoons pubs in Gloucester, The Regal and Lord High Constable in the docks. Both have a comprehensive breakfast menu and unlimited coffee in the mornings. Their signature full English breakfast is a proper feast and a full plate full. This includes all the standard options, plus you can choose optional black pudding. Overall, their breakfast is their best food menu item.