A breakfast date at Lussmanns | Hertfordshire

If breakfast is the most important meal of the day, then Lussmanns is definitely the place to go to get yours!

If you haven’t been to a Lussmanns restaurant before then you are missing out! It has a great ethos of providing sustainable dining for all and you always come away feeling as though you’ve had a great meal.

We were invited along to try out the brand new breakfast menu and my goodness – it was all so good!

There is such a cool vibe to the place and the staff are so friendly. You’d think it was a family owned business rather than part of a chain – you really get a sense that you are being well looked after and in for a treat!

We went for the ‘we’ll have a bit of everything’ approach as we couldn’t choose. It is also just really nice to have a treat with friends, sharing and picking at the different dishes, instead of rushing a piece of toast (if you’re lucky) in the whirlwind that is mum life!

Here are a few of the dishes…

Smoked Haddock

Everything is so well presented – almost too pretty to eat… almost.

Shakshuka

This is a traditional middle eastern dish and completely delicious! It has an egg in the centre and is surrounded by tomatoes, onions, peppers and spices.

Mushrooms on Toast

A classic breakfast with a sourdough twist. It also has goats cheese coating each mushroom to give an extra dimension to the flavour.

Old School Ham and Eggs

I love a traditional breakfast and the fact that it came in this skillet pan made for such a fun dish. I want one so I can make it at home!

Crushed Avocado on Sourdough

Avocado is my guilty pleasure – I would eat 10 a day if I could! This dish had a real kick to it as it was served with chilli oil – great for blasting away any coughs and colds!

And of course, what is a breakfast date without my little boy. Wills was loving getting in on the action too…

Lussmanns use sourdough, which meant he could scoff away happily on his jam on toast without worry of an allergy flare-up. Win!

Recently I have been so busy with various clubs for the kids, racing around looking after family in the day or just working every spare minute. So to be able to take time to relax, enjoy good food and be present in the moment (in a gorgeous setting) was exactly what I needed.

If you are in the Herts area and fancy a breakfast date with friends, I wholly recommend the Lussmanns breakfast menu. Head over to their website to find out more and to find your nearest restaurant.

We were invited along in return for a review. All thoughts and words are my own. 


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