After testing the limits of the human body in Great Yarmouth, legendary breakfast specialists Jester’s Diner have opened a new branch on Peto Way at the edge of Normanston park. As well as all the usual diner favourites, they’ve also brought their infamous KIDZ Breakfast challenge. Dare you take the breakfast test?
The ironically named KIDZ Breakfast is definitely not for the faint-hearted. The terrifying platter is made up of an eight egg cheese and potato omelette, dozen rashers of bacon, a dozen sausages, six fried eggs, four slices of black pudding, baked beans, fried tomatoes, sauteed potatoes, and a whopping twelve slices of bread: four toasted, four just with butter, and four fried.
Jester’s is owned and operated by husband and wife team Mark and Karen, who have found huge success with their brand of unfussy, tasty food and a menu which focuses on big portions, big tastes, and big value. The Jester’s Breakfast Challenge has been a hugely popular part of their Great Yarmouth diner’s success, but in case you’re in the mood for something lighter, there’s plenty of other choices, from Italian to American to traditional English.
Needless to say that the KIDZ Breakfast is not the healthy choice, nor is it in any way part of a balanced diet, so if you take the challenge, bear in mind the potential health risks of devouring enough food to feed a small village in one go.