Intrepid Breakfasts

Wherever we wander, often the best way to live like a local is to eat like one. When out of the comfort zone of your own bed, town or country dining takes on a whole new dimension: I remember coffee on Las Ramblas as La Boqueria market was opening, watching Barcelona awaken as we were on our way home from Sonar festival; sitting with Gallic gentlemen smoking ciagrellos and supping espressos at 7am in Uzès; being filled with rye bread, sausages, paté and delicious fruit compotes in a local’s apartment in Poznan.  Having once made an early morning dash from a monastery in Croatia (long story), we watched apocalyptic thunderstorms as we drank bitter hot chocolate and freshly baked bread in a tiny café by the sea. It doesn’t have to be sophisticated to be great.

Quick links to the latest Intrepid Breakfast reviews can be found here:

The Beach Café, Nelson, New Zealand

Kai Whakapai Café, Wanaka, New Zealand

Hapuku Lodge, Kaikoura, New Zealand

JK Regency Hotel, Mumbai, India

Pimenta Spice Garden, Kochi, India

Zielona Weranda, Poznan, Poland

Shepherd’s Hut at Argoed, Brecon, Wales

EYE, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

The New Club, Brighton

The Pavilion, London

Cookie, Glasgow

#GuardianCoffee, London

Chilakillers, Mexico

Hospital Medicin, Mexico

Hotel Hostal del Cafe, Mexico

El Cafecito, Mexico

Mexico, Cuba, Belize, Guatemala 

3 Day Hike from Xela to Lake Atitlan, Guatemala

Mexican Sex Hotel, Mexico City

Coffee with a Cause, Guatemala and Honduras

Workaway Volunteering, Nicaragua

Madera Volcano Hike, Nicaragua

Cerro Chirripo Hike, Costa Rica

Coffee the Traveller’s Treat, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Colombia

Azimo’s, Colombia

Galleti, Ecuador

Galapagos Islands, Ecuador

Eating like a Local, Ecuador

Surprising Peru

Hotel Apacheta, Chile

Hidden Gems, Arica to Santiago, Chile

The Lighthouse Coffee Shop, Chile

G’s Brunch Boat, Amsterdam

Kingsmead Kitchen, Bath

Sebby’s, Leeds

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