BEST EVER: Breakfast Around The World

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As a part of our ongoing BEST EVER series we’d like to share some of the amazing breakfasts we’ve had around the world. Keep in mind that this is just a sampling. We’d love to know where you’ve had your favorite breakfasts so feel free to share in the comments below!

Without further adieu, in no particular order the…

BEST EVER Breakfast Around the World

Pand Hotel breakfast Bruges Food Travelist

Pand Hotel breakfast Bruges


Breakfast at the Pand Hotel in Bruges, Belgium. This breakfast was perfect. The ambiance delightful. Every single item on the menu was spectacular. The service was impeccable. And, a glass of champagne to pair with my custom created omelette added just the perfect touch.

Lox Platter at Mort's Deli in Los Angeles

Lox Platter at Mort’s Deli in Los Angeles


Every year we visit the Los Angeles area for the holidays and every year we have Christmas Day breakfast at Mort’s Deli in Tarzana, California. Their lox are fresh and delicious and come with the fantastic bagels from Bea’s Bakery right next store. Loyal customers drive miles and miles to come here. We get it. What’s not to like?

Dahlia's Veggie Omelette

Dahlia’s Veggie Omelette in Oak Park, IL


Sometimes you just don’t want meat at breakfast and this veggie omelette at Dahlia’s  in Oak Park, Illinois served on potato pancakes is the perfect alternative. Deliciously fresh and fully satisfying, this breakfast lets you save the bacon for another day.

Porridge - Congee

Porridge – Congee


If you like something with a little bit of sweetness congee or porridge is just the ticket. We had this delicious bowl in a roadside restaurant in Beijing, China on the way to the Great Wall. It came with a little brown sugar, sesame seeds, nuts and dried fruit. Simple, natural and filling, you can find a versatile boiled rice form of congee served all over Asia available for breakfast, as a side dish, with hefty condiments for a meal or even for dessert.

Pain au chocolat

Pain au chocolat


We think the best are in France, but anywhere in the world  you can get a delicious, flaky, buttery pain au chocolat is where you’ll find us. These are some of our favorites from Gérard Mulot in the Saint-Germain-Prés area of Paris.

Crepes Monsieur at Storyhill BKC in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Crepes Monsieur at Storyhill BKC in Milwaukee, Wisconsin


This is one of my latest new favorite breakfasts. A delicate crepe filled with Hickory Smoked Ham, Saxony Alpine Cheese, Housemade Pickles, Dijonnaise and topped with two poached eggs.  These flavors are so well balanced I ate every single bite. I wanted to take a bottle of the housemade pickles home – so delicious. The other breakfast dishes we saw all looked amazing at Storyhill BKC. This is a “must eat at” place in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Breakfast on the Le Train du Massif de Charlevoix

Breakfast on the Le Train du Massif de Charlevoix


The beautiful scenery of the St. Lawrence River going by provides great pleasure when traveling by luxury train from Quebec City to Charlevoix, Canada. But including a gourmet breakfast designed by world renown chef Patrick Turcot, Executive Chef of the Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu makes a ride on Le Train Du Massif de Charlevoix a breakfast experience not to be missed.

Giant bagel sandwich in NYC

Giant bagel sandwich in NYC


The Big Apple is full of terrific eating possibilities but to get your day off to a great start find a handmade bagel sandwich with your choice of bacon, ham or sausage, egg and cheese at any of the large delis and  bodegas. Affectionately known as a “bagel bomb,” one of these babies will keep  you full well into lunchtime.

Ham and cheese galette in Normandy

Ham and cheese galette in Normandy


Whether you’re eating breakfast or brunch don’t miss the chance to try to galette if you’re in the North of France, especially in Normandy. A galette is like a thicker, rustic cousin to the more delicate crepe. A cup of locally made hot apple cider, alcoholic or not makes a great pairing and a memorable way to start the day.

Art Smith's Table 52 Chicken And Waffles in Chicago

Art Smith’s Table 52 Chicken And Waffles in Chicago


If I have to pick a hometown favorite breakfast treat it’s got to be Art Smith’s Table Fifty Two chicken and waffles. It’s my absolute favorite fried chicken in Chicago. Even Lady Gaga has favored Chef Art’s famous fried chicken. Next time you’re in town go try it out and let me know what you think.

Coconut pancakes at the Hermitage Plantation in Nevis

Coconut pancakes at the Hermitage Plantation in Nevis


Fresh homemade breakfast on a beautiful tropical island, what could be better than that? Absolutely nothing. At the Hermitage Plantation on the Island of Nevis in the Caribbean every breakfast was fresh, homemade and delicious. But their coconut pancakes still have us dreaming about their delicate sweet taste and deliciously crisp edges. They also make us miss those warm summer breezes and rum punch, reminding us that we have to go back to visit soon.

Now who’s hungry for breakfast? Share your favorite breakfasts around the world in the comments below.

QUICK BITE: We continue our BEST EVER series with Breakfast Around the World. Take a tour of some of the best dishes the morning has to offer around the globe.




22 Responses to BEST EVER: Breakfast Around The World

  1. Mari Reply

    October 5, 2015 at 8:04 am

    Living between Chicago, Oak Park and Milwaukee, can’t wait to try those restaurants.

  2. Stacey Valle Reply

    July 8, 2015 at 12:38 am

    It all looks really good!! I haven’t heard of that place, Mort’s Deli! I live in Los Angeles, and I should try check that place out 🙂

    • suereddel

      suereddel Reply

      July 8, 2015 at 8:24 am

      Hi Stacey! If you go to Mort’s DON’T miss Bea’s Bakery right next store. The best butter cookies in the valley, not to mention, rugalach, sweet rolls, and corn-meal rye. Get there! Now I really miss it. Thanks for stopping by.

  3. tanjtrubiano Reply

    July 7, 2015 at 12:59 pm

    Awesome list of breakfast. When we travel, we see to it we get HUGE breakfasts. Nice way to some things up from all over the world! 😀

  4. Francesca (@WorkMomTravels) Reply

    July 7, 2015 at 12:25 pm

    I love breakfast so this has me drooling! Especially that lox platter – one of my favorite dishes. I’ll be in Milwaukee later this month so I’ll have to check out Storyhill BKC!

    • suereddel

      suereddel Reply

      July 7, 2015 at 2:24 pm

      Definitely don’t miss Storyhill BKC it’s truly a must-eat-at in Milwaukee. Have a great visit!

  5. melody pittman Reply

    July 6, 2015 at 12:36 pm

    slurp! I pick the one from Wisconsin and Bruges. Wow! Those are some good eats. I love chicken and waffles and I am getting ready to have them Sunday at a little local joint in Charleston ,WV. The description reads “Black Sheep Chicken and Waffles: Honey Nut Breaded Fried Chicken, Belgian Waffle w/Candied Pecans, Candied Jalapenos, and Fried Onion Straws topped w/ Sage infused Maple Syrup” so I am delaying my return to Florida so I don’t miss it. 😉 Nice post!

    • suereddel

      suereddel Reply

      July 6, 2015 at 1:35 pm

      Woah! that Charleston, WV chicken and waffles sounds amazing!! Enjoy it on Sunday. Thanks for stopping by Melody. 😀

  6. Amanda Reply

    July 6, 2015 at 11:54 am

    Wow what awesome food photos! That porridge looks absolutely delicious! I’m vegan myself but I’m definitely a huge foodie and I love breakfasts and brunches all over the world! Great article idea!

  7. Amber Reply

    July 6, 2015 at 11:09 am

    Oh wow, I am definitely craving some of those breakfasts. Would love to try some of the ones I haven’t had before!

  8. Nancie Reply

    July 5, 2015 at 4:16 pm

    I should not have read this before I ate my breakfast! I would try them all. That includes the chicken with waffles, which I think is totally weird! 🙂

  9. Shelley Reply

    July 3, 2015 at 11:58 am

    Isn’t breakfast everyone’s favourite meal? I would love those coconut pancakes for sure! This week I will be trying to fit in as many free Calgary Stampede pancake breakfasts as possible. During the Stampede there are dozens of these breakfasts happening all over town. There’s even an app to find out where the breakfasts are happening each day.

  10. Anita Reply

    July 2, 2015 at 1:16 am

    With breakfasts like these, who needs the other meal types?! They all look great, but the Crepes Monsieur offer incredible taste potential. My personal breakfast destination is Mexican, whether an opulent platter of eggs, beans, tortillas and potatoes with a side of fruit, or just a torta from a street vendor.

  11. @oodsme Reply

    July 1, 2015 at 6:37 pm

    Don’t usually leave comments, but wanted to let you know that I really enjoyed reading the Best Breakfasts around the world! Makes me want to buy a plane ticket right now!

    • suereddel

      suereddel Reply

      July 2, 2015 at 4:01 am

      Thanks for stopping by glad you enjoyed it!

  12. Susan Moore Reply

    July 1, 2015 at 4:38 pm

    Looks yummy! I think the best breakfast I’ve had around the world was in Istanbul – olives, tomatoes, cucumber, cheese, hard boiled eggs, coffee & tea.

  13. Leyla Reply

    July 1, 2015 at 8:12 am

    I should NOT have read this, not before breakfast, not ever! Several of my favorites are on here – crepes, eggs florentine, waffles, lox and bagels… I could add a couple to this: foul, a bean paste (tastes much better than it sounds!) in Eritrea; labnah cheese and Arab bread in the Middle East (with olives, tomatoes, olive oil…); and huevos rancheros, since I have a weakness for spicy food and guacamole! It’s strange how the most boring breakfast I can think of is… cereal, or plain eggs and toast…

    • suereddel

      suereddel Reply

      July 2, 2015 at 4:01 am

      Thanks Leyla for reminding me of huevos rancheros they’re so delicous and all the others that sounds so interesting.

  14. Connie Kirker Reply

    July 1, 2015 at 5:33 am

    There is a wonderful restaurant in SIngapore called “Wild Honey” that serves only breakfasts from all around the world all day- Stephanie and Guy are fabulous people – Great for World Travelers
    Connie K

    • suereddel

      suereddel Reply

      July 1, 2015 at 7:26 am

      I love that idea! We’ll have to check it out next time we’re Singapore. Thanks Connie!

  15. MoreTimeToTravel (@MoreTime2Travel) Reply

    June 30, 2015 at 8:28 pm

    These look like wonderful breakfasts! Do we get to vote???:-)

    • suereddel

      suereddel Reply

      July 1, 2015 at 7:27 am

      Hmmm, good idea. You sure can if you’d like to. 😀

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