Inside the new Morrisons cafe menu


MORRISONS has announced a massive overhaul to its cafe menu – with five new items.

And the supermarket chain has removed an item from its menu.


Shoppers looking for a bite to eat can visit Morrisons Cafe for low-cost mealsCredit: Getty

Morrisons offers low-cost meals for its customers who stop by the cafe, whether they are looking for a quick breakfast or a full lunch.

The first menu change was in February this year, with prices starting at just 99p for some hot drinks and side dishes.

These include a teapot, black coffee, garlic bread, two slices of bread and butter, and coleslaw.

While the most expensive menu option is the Ultimate Breakfast, priced at £7.49.

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It comes with three sausages, two strips of bacon, a fried egg, two flat mushrooms, half a tomato, two slices of black pudding, two hash browns, a portion of Heinz baked beans and a slice of bread fried.

And then today Morrisons announced another change to their menus – although prices have also gone up with the changes.

The full list of new features introduced today is as follows:

  • Half chicken, chips and coleslaw – costs £6.99
  • Cream tea with ham sandwich – costs £2.99
  • Cream tea with egg mayonnaise sandwich – costs £2.99
  • Cheese and Onion Quiche with Chips – costs £6.99
  • Chicken Caesar Salad Special (at 320 select stores only) – costs £6.49

But fans of the southern fried chicken option will be disappointed, as it has been removed from menus today.

Although Morrisons told The Sun, “All other new lines are incremental new releases and do not replace anything.”

So everything else remains, which means the menu just got bigger.

To see the full menu, visit Morrison’s website.

And to find out where your nearest branch is, use the Online store finder.

Some menu items may not be available in certain stores – so be sure to check by calling the team before heading out.

Morrisons also promises that children can eat for free at the cafe under certain conditions.

For every adult meal purchased costing at least £4.99, shoppers are entitled to a free child meal – all day, every day.

And for those who don’t have time to sit down and eat, the grocer explains that visitors can place a take-out order on their mobile or at the checkout, to be picked up once they’re ready.

The click and collect service is available Monday to Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m., or from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday.

To place an order, buyers can either use Morrisons web appwhich does not need to be downloaded or called.

If you’re using the web app, you’ll need to enter your postcode and select the store you’re collecting from.

Choose whether you want to eat in or take out, place the desired items in your cart and proceed to checkout to complete the order.

Note that you can collect your food within a specific time frame by selecting a slot or grab it immediately.

If you prefer to place an order over the phone, call 0330 8089733.

Some customers who have already enjoyed a meal at Morrisons cafe have taken to Twitter to rave about it.

One said: “Just had a perfect bacon roll at Morrisons cafe. Chef’s kiss.”

While another said: ‘I can’t beat poached eggs and avocado on toast from Morrisons Cafe! Absolutely superb.

Although others weren’t so enthusiastic, one person wrote: ‘Morrisons coffee for breakfast, expectations versus reality – you might want to up your game Morrisons.’

The message was accompanied by two photos – one of their ordered breakfast and the other of the advertised photo.

Meanwhile, shoppers will be hit with limits on certain food items in supermarkets due to a new food crisis calling for rationing.

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