Tropical Traveller Magazine - - RESTAURANTREVIEWS -

Your mother said it, Big Bird said it, and the coaches from the Big­gest Loser are still say­ing it: Break­fast is the most im­por­tant meal of the day! So the team at Lil’ Chef de­cided to go bet­ter that just start­ing the day off with a hearty plate of ba­con and eggs, and they cook up Rod­ney Bay’s breezi­est break­fasts on the deck at Ta­pas on the Bay all day.

From 8am un­til 3pm ev­ery day ex­cept Mon­day, break­fast is on the menu at Lil’ Chef, and they do it with the style and skill you would ex­pect from their big sis­ter restau­rant Big Chef Steak­house. Favourites in­clude the hearty Tra­di­tional Break­fast pile of ba­con, eggs, sausage, beans and the day-fu­elling whole nine yards, or the rich yet light Eggs Bene­dict, poached with home- baked ham on an English muf­fin with a drap­ing of Hol­landaise sauce. Why keep that strictly for morn­ings? Or for that mat­ter, the Eggs Royale with sump­tu­ous smoked sal­mon lay­ers?

If healthy and light is your style, Lil’ Chef has yummy smooth­ies, a sea­sonal fruit bowl and home-made yo­ghurt, or a crunchy, fi­bre-packed gra­nola. Break­fast or brunch, any­time is good for health­ful grains and fruits, which can even be eaten for dessert. For the caf­feine fans, ev­ery­thing from Amer­i­cano to English tea is brewed to or­der, and if it’s a cel­e­bra­tion break­fast, your server will be happy to pop a bot­tle of cham­pagne or Prosecco to bring some bub­bles to the oc­ca­sion, or mix it with a splash of

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