Nonna's - Woburn Sands
Awarded: The overall winner of MK’s Best Breakfast
Nonna’s - The Square, Woburn Sands, Milton Keynes MK17 8S
Nonna’s won MKs Best Breakfast because of its attention to detail. From the handcrafted local sausages they serve, to their award winning smoked black back bacon and even their beautiful garnishes on every plate served. From the moment you arrive at Nonna’s in the heart of Woburn Sands and are warmly welcomed by one of their staff you know you are in for a treat.
Nonna’s extensive menu includes a selection of Classic Breakfasts, Breakfast Rolls, Breakfast pizzas, Nonna’s Signature Breakfasts, a variety of eggs, something a bit healthier, plenty for little ones and even a Breakfast Specials Menu – you’ll be sure to find something for everyone.
Darren and Lia tried Nonna’s Full English Breakfast including their handmade sage and oregano sausages made with locally reared pork (from Cross Keys Farm), two rashers of the famous Gold award winning smoked black back bacon, one free range (little Mersley) egg of your choice, sautéed button mushrooms, beans and fresh or tinned tomatoes. Served with toasted sourdough bread.
There is a car park for customers and plenty of indoor and outdoor seating with a bustling brasserie for croissants, handcrafted Italian cakes and coffees that overlooks Woburn Sands High Street or a stylish restaurant area for larger parties.
The atmosphere, service and food could not be faulted by the judges and would be the perfect breakfast treat for any special occasion.
If you’re looking for… a special breakfast treat in beautiful surroundings
Opening times: Breakfast served Mon – Sun 9.30am – 11.30am
Telephone number: 01908 584397
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