Ikea best for good value breakfastsIt beats all the main supermarkets

01 February 2007

Swedish furniture superstore Ikea trumps the UK’s main supermarket chains when it comes to serving a great value cooked breakfast, Which? has found.

For just 95p the chain served us an impressive plate of scrambled egg, bacon, beans, hash brown, sausage and tomato.

Which? inspector Bob Tolliday said: ‘We wouldn't advise eating a full English breakfast each day but, when you do, Ikea represents incredible value.

‘However, my personal favourite was Sainsbury’s, for its £2.49 offering that included better quality bacon and sausage than elsewhere.’

Bob found that Tesco is ‘best for aficionados’ because hungry customers can choose from a list of 10 items priced at 35p each.

'Tasteless sausage'

Unfortunately, there are ‘fewer reasons’ to breakfast at Morrisons, especially as it’s the priciest, at £2.85.

But the biggest disappointment was Asda’s £1.50 offering, which included a tasteless sausage and hard, dry hash browns.

However, the store told us that breakfast customers say the budget meal is one of the main reasons they visit the store.