Where to get breakfast in Hampshire is a carefully curated list of my favourite places across the county.
I believe a long lazy breakfast or brunch is one of life’s greatest riches, so here I share my favourite places to go, recommendations for your next morning out.
Having a handy list of great restaurants and cafes to go to for a good start to the day is always useful so, that’s why I’ve put together my guide to the best breakfasts in Hampshire.
In my household we probably go out more for breakfast and brunch than dinner, it’s just such a nice way to spend your time off. Also, food is a very big part of travel for me, you really get a feel for an area and it’s vibe from it’s food scene.
The Best Breakfast in Hampshire
Click each of the titles to read about these cafes in more depth. This is not ranked and in no particular order by the way, because that would be far too difficult to decide!
From elaborate feta and watermelon salads to breakfast buddha bowls and a very sexy versions of banana bread.
Top the avocado breakfast with the coconut bacon for a touch of vegan brilliance too.
The family and team at Southsea Coffee make it warm, welcoming and THE place to go for some very happy morning vibes.
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A glorious spot by the sea. Be warned if it’s sunny, it’s likely to be very popular. I like it in all weathers to be honest. It’s nice to bask in the sun in their open roofed ‘convertible’ cafe (the roof folds back like a car) or when it’s stormy and you can gaze at the torrential rain from the 180 degree windows that surround you.
The scallop and bacon bun with aioli is a firm favourite but I am also fond of the breakfast burrito and the fritters.
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Any of the Josie’s are good and you can now find them in Romsey, Petersfield and Winchester. But, my favourite is the original in Bishop’s Waltham, the medieval market town tucked away in the stunning Hampshire countryside. Team it with a beautiful walk and you’ll escape the hustle and bustle from the surrounding cities and from working those Dolly Parton Hours.
Giant American pancake stacks are what they’re well known for but, I can highly recommend the fried chicken, breakfast burritos and loaded tater tots. It’s a staple in the independent food scene in Hampshire, super indulgent and always a treat.
A stunning farm and countryside aesthetic and incredible food and drink. For a mindful, glorious morning, this is where you want to head too.
Famous for its toasties and excellent cakes the menu’s recently expanded with a solid breakfast offering.
Breakfast In Hampshire
I totally and utterly adore these places and they represent some of the absolute best places to eat in Hampshire too.
Bookmark this blog as I will update it with my favourites as and when I find new favourite places for breakfast in Hampshire.
What’s your favourite place for breakfast? Share the cafe and why in the comments below.