Top 14 places to eat breakfast in Chesterfield

It's National Breakfast Week and to celebrate, readers have sent in their favourite spots to enjoy their morning meal in Chesterfield.

Friday, 29th January 2016, 12:48 pm
Updated Friday, 29th January 2016, 12:59 pm
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It is known as the most important meal of the day, so the campaign is running to highlight the importance of eating a good breakfast.

Here is a list of 14 places to enjoy a scrumptious breakfast, according to you.

Crossroads Cafe, Brimington Road, Chesterfield. Several readers mentioned that Cross roads Cafe was a great place to enjoy a breakfast.

The Highfield, Newbold Road, Chesterfield. Part of the Sizzling Pubs chain, The Highfield has been said to serve up a great morning meal. One reader said their ‘un-finishable breakfast is a winner’.

Miss Poppy’s Coffee Shop, Holywell Street, Chesterfield. This cafe is based in Eyres Furniture Store and the fresh-served breakfast comes recommended by Derbyshire Times readers.

Woodheads Cafe, Chesterfield town centre. In the middle of the town, just behind the Low Pavement, this is a great place to grab a breakfast - especially if you have a busy day ahead.

Qoozies, Market place, Chesterfield. Many readers like to pay a morning visit to this juice bar and bistro based in the town’s Market Hall.

The Wheatbridge Cafe, Wheatbridge Road, Chesterfield. This place is known as the ‘secret cafe’ because it is hard to find. It was voted as the Derbyshire Times’ cafe of the year 2015.

Madisons Café, Wardgate Way, Holme Hall. This little cafe is in the Holme Hall Shopping Centre, but has seating both inside and outside.

Chesterfield Wetherspoon’s. Everybody loves a cheap and cheerful spoons breakfast - and there several places you can visit in the town, including Spa Lane Vaults, St Mary’s Gate, Chesterfield.

Coffee Street, Cavendish Street, Chesterfield. One reader described the breakfast menu food as ‘gorgeous’ at this cafe.

The Lilypad Cafe, Soresby Street, Chesterfield. This new cafe is said to be the place to get a decadent breakfast, with meals like avocado on toast with a glass of prosecco. Who wouldn’t want prosecco with their breakfast?

Fitzgeralds Cafe, Chatsworth Road, Chesterfield. As well as being a sit-in coffee shop, customers can also take-out from Fitzgeralds.

No 10 The Tearoom, South Street, Chesterfield. This cafe is open seven days a week and based right in the heart of Chesterfield.

The Tearooms, Brimington Road, Chesterfield. This is the cafe based in the Olympia House antiques and craft centre.

Home. And least, but certainly not last - many of you have got in touch to say there is nothing better than a good old fashioned home cooked breakfast.

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