Pub giving out free breakfasts to customers who turn up in their pyjamas

A pub is giving out free breakfasts' to customers this weekend. But there's one catch – you've got to be wearing your pyjamas.

The Mill on the Soar Hungry Horse pub in Leicestershire is giving a free breakfast to any locals who visit in their nightwear between Friday, June 11 and Sunday, June 13.

Customers can choose from a range of dishes on the new breakfast menu, including the Brekkie Kebab, Breakfast in Bread or the colossal Sausageness Monster. The latter is a one-metre-long curled sausage sarnie loaf smothered in red or brown sauce.

The deal comes after the pub revealed that breakfast in bed was a luxury reserved for the younger generation.

It found 18-to-24-year-olds tuck into four breakfasts a month in bed, while the over 55s enjoy just one.

Andrew Kesteven, general manager at the Mill on the Soar Hungry Horse, told LeicestershireLive: “Breakfast is arguably the most important meal of the day and should be savoured no matter how old you are, but it’s interesting to see that traditional breakfast in bed is now the preferred choice for the younger generations.

“After a long year stuck at home more people are getting out and about in the mornings, enjoying breakfast on the go or treating themselves to something tasty they just couldn’t make at home.

“That’s why we’ve launched our breakfast in bed giveaway, so punters can tuck into their favourite meal of the day in their comfiest gear – and all on the house!

“We look forward to welcoming locals in Broughton Astley to don their best slippers and join us for a free dish from our brand-new breakfast menu this weekend.”

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The news comes after Britain's most expensive fry ups were recently revealed.

Research by Magnet found London restaurants Amaranto Restaurant at Four Seasons and The Promenade both have the costliest fry-up in the UK at a costly £38.

All of the top 20 restaurants with the most luxurious breakfast menus are in London, with nine being in the area of Mayfair alone.

The first restaurant that featured outside of the capital is The Oak Room at the George Hotel in Stamford, Lincolnshire, placing 27th.

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