Besides Christmas, ribbon festooned gifts and, well, more Christmas, breakfast rates high on the universal list of grin inducing greats. Start your morning with a bacon-flavoured bang and earn some serious brownie points when you treat yourself and some lucky friends to two streaky bacon breakfasts and bottomless coffees for R40 OR four streaky bacon breakfasts and bottomless coffees for R80 at Wimpy.
The month approaching Christmas is an important time to secure your place in the gift-giving stakes – and what better way to get to the top of Aunt Martha’s Christmas shopping list than to treat her to a delicious Wimpy breakfast complete with bottomless coffee? Nestled like a rare coffee bean in the Montclair Centre, Wimpy Montclair – like any Wimpy – has mastered the interminable art of whisking up the best bacon-infused breakfasts at the best prices. With great service from young owner David Rouessart and his professional and friendly team of efficient staff, add today’s amazing Groupon deal and you have a Wimpy experience you won’t soon forget.
Seated in the warm and welcoming Wimpy atmosphere, feast your eager eyes and insatiable appetite on a fine example of modern breakfast engineering. With two farm-fresh eggs done just the way you like them, two crispy bacon strips, a fresh slice of tomato and a serving of crispilicious Wimpy chips, the elements on your plate could be equally compared to a tasty work of art.
Of course, the art of banging up a good breakfast doesn’t stop there. Carbohydrates and caffeine form the basic backbone of a good breakfast and today they come in the form of a warm slice of toast and unlimited servings of bottomless coffee – nice, real nice.
Prepare your tummy for the upcoming festive feasts and break your fast with a banging bacon breakfast.Protein-packed Fact: In the early 1960’s, breakfast-bars in Bolvia found themselves stuck between a rock and a hard place. With the chickens on strike due to the distance from their coops to the nearest road and breakfasters demanding scrambled eggs, breakfast makers were forced to substitute the regular fare with Christmas cake.