The 25 Boutique B&B in Torquay wins Aviko's Great British Breakfast competition

15 December 2016 by
The 25 Boutique B&B in Torquay wins Aviko's Great British Breakfast competition

Potato processor Aviko has announced the winner of its Great British Breakfast Competition as the 25 Boutique B&B in Torquay.

The winning breakfast was a full English featuring bacon and sausages from a local butcher, twice-cooked field mushrooms, a Devon free-range egg, oven-baked tomato, hash browns and baked beans.

Mohammed Essa, commercial director UK and Ireland, Aviko, said: "Breakfast is now growing faster than lunch in the out-of-home market so there's an exciting opportunity available for operators. We want to encourage caterers to meet this increased demand and profit from the occasion, which is why we initially launched the Great British Breakfast Competition in 2015.

Andy Banner-Price, owner of the 25 Boutique B&B, said: "We're thrilled to hear that we've won Aviko's Great British Breakfast competition and that our B&B in Torquay has been recognised nationally for the breakfasts we offer.

"Breakfast is often the final thing our guests experience [before checking out] so it's important to ensure it's memorable. By locally sourcing the best Devon ingredients, and offering consistently high quality service and presentation, we ensure they leave us on a high."

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