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Fairmont The Norfolk Unveils New Breakfast Menu

written by Jeannette Musembi 31st January 2014
photo courtesy//Asian Weekly team

photo courtesy//Asian Weekly team

Experts claim that breakfast is the most important meal of the day and plays a key role in helping tackle obesity. A recent survey says,“Eating breakfast has long term health benefits. It can reduce obesity, high blood pressure, heart disease and diabetes”.

There’s a reason why people have said for many years that “breakfast is the most important meal of the day”. After six, seven or eight hours – if you’re lucky – of sleep, your body and brain need some fuel to power and prepare them for the day ahead. Like a car, you can’t run on an empty tank, you need some petrol.

Healthy eating doesn’t necessarily mean dieting, it refers instead to eating sensible, balanced amounts of the right foods at the right times – and that includes a good breakfast.

photo courtesy//Asian Weekly team

photo courtesy//Asian Weekly team

Breakfast being the most important meal in the day, Fairmont The Norfolk has unveiled a new breakfast menu at Lord Delamere Terrace Restaurant, which offers guests a wide array of breakfast options to suit every palate.

From those with a sweet tooth, to the savory lovers and the health conscious individuals, all have a wide range of options to kick start the day.

The new breakfast menu is complemented with a new stylish chic buffet station, a subliminal contrast to the Victorian charm associated with the iconic hotel.

salmon on a bed of potatoes and juicy egg benedict photo courtesy//Asian Weekly team

salmon on a bed of potatoes and juicy egg Benedict photo courtesy//Asian Weekly team

Fresh pineapple mint juice  photo courtesy//Asian Weekly team

Fresh pineapple mint juice photo courtesy//Asian Weekly team

Guests with specific dietary requests have also been catered for and do not have to forfeit flavor and choice for their health, the luxury hotel brand offers Lifestyle Cuisine Plus, a new menu available upon request catering to guests with specific diet-dependent conditions such as diabetes, heart disease and gluten free, as well as unique dietary preferences including, macrobiotic, raw and vegan diets.

The breakfast buffet goes for approximately Kshs. 3,000 per person, inclusive of taxes.

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