Hull is full of great breakfast and brunch spots, be it in the City Centre, nestled down the Avenues or in neighbouring towns and villages. So, we’ve compiled a list of 5 places Browse recommends trying for your next brunch date.
One of Humber Streets many popular outlets, Thieving Harrys café on the corner is a popular brunch spot in the City. Serving café fare, espresso drinks and craft beer in a unique, rustic space with a down-to-earth vibe. Their versatile menu options include food for every meal of the day, but the star of the show is the brunch options. Browse recommends the poached egg, streaky bacon, minted peas and feta and the plant breakfast. Read our Thieving Harrys brunch review here.
Nibble is another café located in the Fruit Market area, situated at ‘The Dock’ next to C4DI. Nibble’s menu changes often to keep it fresh, interesting and exciting, with gourmet sandwiches and a counter full of treats. Their breakfast and brunch options include classic cooked breakfasts, breakfast burgers and ‘eggs our way’, taking away the question ‘how do you like your eggs in the morning’, handing control over to the staff members. Also, the Nibble menu includes a range of homemade snacks, goodies and soups so however big your appetite in a morning, it can always be filled at Nibble.
The Barista serves up speciality locally roasted coffee and homemade food such as breakfasts, salads, sandwiches and more at their café located on Newland Avenue. Their mouth-watering brunch options cater to all dietary requirements including gluten-free, veggie and vegan variations. Barista’s brunch options offer something a little different, from Mexican eggs to the Korean breakfast dish Bokkeumbap. Barista’s exotic menu options mirror the artistic community of the Avenues perfectly. Browse recommends their ‘Peas and Cheese’ dish for your next brunch visit at Barista.
Zoo Café is the epitome of artsy meets naturalistic aesthetics. Uniquely offering vegan and vegetarian delights. The Zoo Cafe offers a wide selection of beverages and light food offerings, making it a perfect brunch spot. Located nestled down an alley down Newland Avenue. Some of their meat-free offerings include French toast, dahl and veggie/vegan breakfasts.
Marlas Sandwich Shop
Marla’s Sandwich Shop is situated in the beautiful Victorian Paragon Arcade in Hull City Centre. With both eat-in and takeout options available, you can enjoy a Marla’s sarnie wherever you please. The selection of sandwiches, salads and an array of other delicious freshly made food will satisfy you whatever the scenario. Their menu is regularly changing with meat, vegetarian and vegan options. Browse recommends the Marla’s staple; bacon, egg, halloumi and curry ketchup. Remember us when this one changes your life and the addiction instils. Read our full Marlas review here.