JD Wetherspoon Pubs Now Serve Build-Your-Own Breakfast
A good old fry-up is a solid start to the day whatever you have on the plate, but everyone has their preferences.
You might prefer a double helping of black pudding as your mate retches at the thought of it, while some people might want to just ditch the toast to save more room for the main attractions - and that's before you've even thought about which sauce you're going for (ketchup, obvs).
Well, now JD Wetherspoon pubs have succumbed to our picky ways, having introduced a Build-Your-Own Breakfast option.
You'll have to have the latest app update installed to make use of the new feature, but once you do you can craft your very own plate of deliciousness from the breakfast items on offer: sausage, Quorn vegan sausage, two slices of bacon, fried egg, two hash browns, baked beans, two flat mushrooms, two grilled tomato halves and brown or white toast.
Simply pick out seven items from the list above - and bear in mind that with some selections you get TWO of the product in question! - before sitting back and waiting for your bespoke breakfast to arrive.
You'll have to double check whether or not your local pub is offering the new option, as it's currently only being trialled in 100 branches nationwide.
However, according to Tyla, confirmed sites include Manchester's The Paramount on Oxford Street, Watford's The Moon Under Water, Morecambe's The Eric Bartholomew, Preston's The Grey Friar, and The Furness Railway in Barrow.
Despite having only just launched, the new feature has gone down well with Wetherspoon fans.
Some have even shared their unique orders on social media, with one saying they decided to keep it simple with a straight order of hash browns. As each portion of hash browns includes two, that meant a total of 14 on the plate - and a very solid breakfast.
Someone else wrote: "I've just been alerted to the fact that Spoons now do a build your own breakfast. What a great day."
Another added: "There's a build your own breakfast at Spoons now... What an incredible time to be alive."
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