- Value for money
A lovely way to start your day – a fry up served at your seat, in a sea view restaurant!
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This week, it was time to cross the channel as a foot passenger, enjoying some low-cost fares offered by a national newspaper. To start the trip off, and to set me up for the day, I took breakfast in the P&O Brasserie restaurant on board the Spirit of France.The following day, same breakfast in the “Brasserie” restaurant on board the Pride of Canterbury.
P&O Brasserie breakfast – what you get for your hard-earned.
- Pot of coffee – it made a good three cups full
- Orange juice
- Choice of starter – I had fresh fruit salad. Cereals available.
- Round of toast – cooked properly – not just shown the toaster
- Full English (steak breakfast was available for a small supplement)
- The price on the day was £13 per head
The tables are well presented, with adequate room to manoeuvre. Now thinking about this, this has to be the way to start and end a holiday, a good fry up in a waiter service restaurant at sea!
P&O Brasserie restaurant – pricing and menus
Update: Since writing this article, the pricing and content of the breakfast menu has changed. For further information and up to date pricing, consult the P&O website.