Kids eat free at Brewers Fayre when an adult pays for unlimited breakfast worth £9.50


KIDS can get a free breakfast at Brewers Fayre pubs when they’re with a grown-up who tucks into an unlimited fry-up worth £9.50.

It means that a parent and two children under the age of 10 can eat a cooked breakfast for £3.17 a head.

The pub chain is offering two kids free breakfast with a full-paying adult
Brewers Fayre

Parents can choose as much as they like from the cooked breakfast buffet, which features bacon, sausages, eggs, hash browns and mushrooms.

There’s also a continental option too, such as pastries, cereal, fresh fruit and well as juice, tea and coffee.

Meanwhile, kids can sink their teeth into one of the following – cooked breakfast, vegetarian cooked breakfast, eggs on toast, beans on toast or an omelette.

The offer isn’t new, but it has been shared by hungry bargain hunters on deals forum HotUKDeals as a suggestion for things to do over the upcoming May bank holiday weekends.

There are over 160 Brewers Fayre branches across the UK
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It’s valid at all 161 branches of the chain but there are a few catches depending on what site you visit.

For example, if the restaurant is next to a Premier Inn then the offer is valid between 6:30am and 10:30am on weekdays and between 7am and 11am on weekends.

But if the restaurants isn’t near one of the hotels then you’ll need to order the Ultimate Cooked Breakfast for £6.50 to get the offer.

The timings are slightly different too and it’s only available when you dine between 7am and 10:30am Monday to Friday, and 8am and 10:30am on weekends.

Unfortunately, you won’t be able to get the discount if you use it alongside any other money-off vouchers that you might have.

Brewers Fayre has no immediate plans to scrap the offer either so there’s no need to rush to get your hands on the deal.

Plus, it might keep the children occupied – and your belly full – during the school summer holidays if it continues.

Last year, the pub chain was slammed by diners for excluding single parents from its “mums go free” Mother’s Day offer.

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