‘Unbelievably low price!’ Morrisons is slashing the cost of Cafe prepared meals for a limited time.


‘Unbelievably low price!’ Morrisons is slashing the cost of Cafe prepared meals for a limited time.

MORRISONS has announced that their cooked breakfasts would be halved in order to provide consumers with a full meal to start the day.

The British appreciate a good deal, so Morrisons is lowering the price of breakfasts served in their cafe starting Monday. Customers may have their much-loved prepared breakfast, as well as other tempting menu items, for half price, according to the store.

Morrisons is lowering the price of their popular prepared breakfast for four weeks starting on bank holiday Monday.

Customers can now have a fry meal with sausage, bacon, fried egg, grilled tomato, baked beans, and toast for £1.87 – a deal that is hard to top on the high street.

Customers who want the complete set of works will be charged £2.75.

Mushrooms, black pudding, and hash browns, as well as extra sausages and bacon, are included in the ‘Full English Breakfast.’

A vegetarian and vegan cooked breakfast with two vegan sausages, avocado, fried eggs, mushrooms, tomatoes, hash browns, beans, and bread is also available at the cafe.

“A traditional cooked breakfast has long been a Great British treat,” said Ali Lyons, Head of Cafes at Morrisons.

“As the country returns to work and school, we wanted to provide our customers with a hearty supper at an exceptional price to ensure they were well-prepared for the day ahead.

“Because many of our clients are important employees who don’t work regular office hours, we’ve made sure that the discount is valid all day, so consumers may take advantage of the offer in our cafes at any time.”

Morrisons breakfasts are provided 24 hours a day, seven days a week, in all 406 Morrisons cafés.

The promotion is valid from Monday, August 30th, to Sunday, September 26th.

Morrisons has recently launched a new menu and has made significant investments in anti-coronavirus measures such as screens and a contactless ‘Order & Pay’ app.

Customers simply need to take a seat in the café, scan the QR code, and place an order to utilize the app.

It comes after Morrisons stated that plastic carrier bags would be phased out of its stores.

“Bags for life” will no longer be available at the supermarket.

According to the corporation, this decision will save 3,200 tonnes of plastic and about 100 million plastic bags each year.

Customers will instead be given paper bags.

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