Bikeys breakfast

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Redbikeboy
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Bikeys breakfast

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Hi

Not posted anything for a good long while and had a thought that this might be a good place to get an answer to a question I have.
I've been finding nothing but disappointment trying to find a decent cooked breakfast in the Scottish central belt (edinburgh to glasgow), had some really dire examples as of late.
Don't eat too many of them as I'm a bit of a fatty, but when the craving calls it has to be satisfied.
Could be useful to program a handful as 'places of interest' in my splat nav?

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I'm sure someone will know.
I do save places in an app I have in my phone.
It's called mapalarm and it tells me when I'm within a certain distance if these places.

You set the location and distances of alerts for each place.
Mine are mainly places if interest in Europe and I set alerts to 20 miles.


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Redbikeboy
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Cheers Bramble

I think if I'd asked good places to eat around M25 & surrounds would have got deluge of answers!
Central belt of Scotland is a bit bleak for cooked brekkies I'm finding.
Shame because there are good scottish items like Stornaway black pudding , tattie scones and the renowned haggis that are not included in the full English?

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Would that be because they are Scottish and its an English breakfast??

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Sort of.
Just comparing the differences between a full English brekkie and a full scottish brekkie.
Some good items that are included in a scottish but not an English.
Don't know if the reverse applies? Do you?

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