Whenever we travel as a family we tend to stay in Premier Inn hotels as they are reasonably priced, in good locations and the majority of them have a restaurant attached to them. One of their chosen restaurant chains is Table Table which offers great value meals throughout the day. One of their selling points is their breakfast menu which has recently undergone a revamp and along with their kids eat free breakfast offer.
Table Table kids eat free breakfast offer
This offer applies to Table Table restaurants situated next to Premier Inn hotels:
Free breakfast for two children aged 15 or under when purchasing an adult breakfast.
This offer applies to Table Table restaurants not situated next to Premier Inn hotels:
One child under 10 years can choose from either a cooked breakfast, a vegetarian breakfast, eggs on toast, beans on toast or a two egg omelette when one adult purchases and Ultimate Cooked Breakfast meal deal or an Ultimate Vegetarian Cooked Breakfast meal deal.
This offer is available weekdays 6.30am-11.30am and weekends 7.00am-11.00am, a full adult breakfast cost £8.99 per person.
The Table Table breakfast menu has recently undergone a revamp and I’m pleased to see some welcome additions. They have kept the family favourites of a full English breakfast however you are now able to add Bubble & Squeak and black pudding. Whilst the continental breakfast boasts a host of new items including fresh apples and bananas, cinnamon and raisin bagels, American style butter pancakes and flapjack tray bakes to name but a few.
Whenever we travel as a family we like to take advantage of Table Table’s kids eat free breakfast offer which not only saves us money but it sets us up for the day ahead, which is usually a full day of theme park fun. However recently we have been staying closer to home (new baby and all that) so haven’t had any hotel stays. Heading into the city for an early morning cinema treat as well as a day of sale shopping means that we need to be up and out of the house fairly early so what perfect timing to head over to Table Table, The Nelson for a family breakfast as it is based on the riverside just around the corner from the cinema.
Arriving at The Nelson the lovely Michaela kindly showed me where everything was and offered to get any made to order food for the table. With the family settled at the table, I headed over to the food area with Tigger to get him sorted as he is the fussy eater of the family and I was pleasantly surprised that there were a number of items for him to choose from which made my life easier.
Boo Roo and Tigger Too’s thoughts….
Knowing that I wouldn’t have to worry about breakfast this morning as I packed for a family day out meant one less thing I needed to complete before trying to get the family out of the door. With a great selection of food to choose from including fresh fruit, pastries as well as a traditional cooked breakfast we were spoilt for choice and left with a full belly (maybe that last cinnamon and raisin bagel was a mistake but boy was it tasty).The kids eat free breakfast offer really does offer value for money and I really like that in the Table Table restaurants attached to Premier Inns
The kids eat free breakfast offer really does offer value for money and I really like that in the Table Table restaurants attached to Premier Inn hotels you are able to have two kids eat free per paying adult which when Piglet is older means that she will still be able to eat for free saving us even more money. Our breakfast cost £17.98 for the four us including drinks (which are included within the breakfast offer) and considering we were then too full to eat lunch means we saved even more.
After having gone out for breakfast as a family before heading to the cinema etc. it has had my wondering why we don’t go out for breakfast more, we often head out of lunch or dinner as a family but never breakfast – why is that?
Disclosure: We received two adult breakfasts and subsequent kids breakfasts FOC for the purpose of review.