Who doesn’t love waking up to a lavish Breakfast experience?
No wonder, this is why most people prefer embarking on their weekdays or weekends with sumptuous breakfast spread at popular restaurants.
If you too are heading to enjoy a scrumptious breakfast at your favorite restaurant, then you need to read this before placing your order.
Here’s a list of foods you should avoid ordering for breakfast at a restaurant.
1. Salad Bar
If you are a fan of breakfast buffets and love starting your day with a fruit or vegetable salad from the alluring and vibrant salad bar, then think twice! The open salad bar can make way for germs from hands, and air, using the same tong to pick the veggies or fruits.
2. The classic bread basket
As much as we love the tempting basket of fluffy assorted bread, the hidden secret behind it will leave you surprised. If you thought that the bread basket served on your table was exclusively for you then it’s time to clear the air, that most breads and bakes served in a wonderful basket are recycled old and stale bread pieces. So, choose your bread carefully.
3. Why pay for plain pancakes
Gorging on a warm sweet pancake with fruits, berries, butter, and maple syrup or heaps of ice cream may seem like a great twist to the regular breakfast, but do you know most pancakes are nothing but a plain batter made of flour, vanilla essence, sugar. So, why pay for a plain pancake rather than enjoy something indulgent?
Why spend on something which you can make at home and enjoy the way you like? Most chefs feel that ordering a bowl of yogurt on an a-la-carte menu is just a waste of money, rather than ordering desserts made with yogurts like cheesecake or pudding. Ordering a bowl of yogurt and enjoying it with berries, fruits or granola is just a bad expenditure.
Fresh juice can simply make your breakfast a lot more healthy, but what if we tell you that most juices are not freshly extracted and in some places packaged juices are served in the name of fresh juices? In the case of fresh juices, keeping them in the open air can make way for contamination, and in the context of packaged juices, they are loaded with preservatives and sugar. So, choose your juice wisely.