We’ve asked readers to tell us about their favourite curry houses, Chinese restaurants and fish and chip shops. But where do they like to start the day? Here’s a round-up of Herefordshire’s favourite breakfasts...

King Street Kitchen
An independent family run café – a mixture of the Great British caff and inspiration from their travels. Vegetarian breakfast features a chestnut rissole, while a full English brings you Tudge sausage and local free-range eggs. Saturday Brunch – French toast with bacon and maple syrup anyone?
Monday to Friday, 8am to 4pm, Saturday, 9am to 4pm

La Madeleine
French cuisine is the starting point for the menu, whether breakfast, lunch or supper but it is a fluid style and borrows influences from many other parts of the world.
Breakfast is served from 10 am to 11.30am and features a delicious selection of croissants. 

Rocket Café
‘Start the day right with our tasty home-prepared delicacies the Rocket Kitchen Hereford way.’
Bread comes from Peter Cooks Bread, eggs from Country Flavours Eggs, coffee from Method Roastery and tea from Trumpers tea. Bartonsham Dairies deliver the milk. Open from 8am.

The Den, Bridge Street
Choose from The Den, The Skinny, The Vegan (includes rosemary and red onion vegan sausages), bacon, sausage or vegan sausage sandwich, or topped sourdough - black pudding and pancetta with crispy bacon and poached eggs, garlic mushroom and spinach with smashed avocado and poached eggs. Breakfast is served from 9am - 12 noon, Monday to Friday and 9am to 11.30am on Saturday and Sunday. 
Bottomless Brunch is served until 4pm - 90 minutes free pour Prosecco with any breakfast dish, £20; Bucks Breakfast served til 12 noon - a glass of Bucks Fizz with any breakfast dish, £12.

Potting Shed, Radway Bridge Garden Centre
“Excellent breakfast. Will even do a sausage for the dog,” reports Yvonne Abbott.
Breakfast is served from 9am to 11.30am.

Café Miro
Breakfast is served until 11.30am – with everything from a bacon sandwich or toast and jam to a full English Breakfast or mushrooms on a tasted English muffin or Eggs Benedict. “We are crazy about our coffee here at Cafe Miro! Our baristas are highly trained and passionate about giving you the best tasting coffee.”

Café at All Saints
Where all the eggs are free range from Preston-on-Wye and the sausages and bacon come from Tudges – combine the two in delicious style with eggy bread, maple syrup and bacon. Breakfast served from 8am.
Get your fourth weekday cooked breakfast free with Cafe@All Saints’ 4-for-3 breakfast loyalty card

Thorns Coffee Lounge
Unit 7 Croft Court, Ross-on-Wye
“We are an independent bright and airy coffee shop in Ross-on-Wye. Serving locally roasted coffee, a range of leaf teas, home made cakes and an all day menu.” One review on the Thorns facebook page declares: ‘had the best eggs Benedict here. .. the nicest I’ve ever had.”
“Far from a greasy spoon, fantastic breakfasts!” Helen McGuigan on HT’s fb page

Saverys Café, Leominster
“Myself and the girls from work often get together for a breakfast catch up, today my friend suggested Saverys amd the breakfast and service knocked socks off any of the other breakfasts we have tried. Staff were simply lovely and more than happy to meet my picky friends’ breakfast requests. Becky T on TripAdvisor.

Heggies of Hereford
Our full English breakfasts are made with our very own sausages, bacon and black pudding, so you know you are getting the very best. Whet your appetite with a trip to YouTube to see the making of a Heggies breakfast.

Pikadish Diner, Rotherwas
Chris James says: exceptional breakfast, exceptional price, will also tailor make your breakfast any way you like it. 

West Street, Hereford
Open from 7.30am. ‘Always Ascaris.’ says Natalie Barnard.

Bus Station Café, Hereford
“They do a Slimming World version if you’re watching your weight,” reports Karen Lynch.

Little Black Dog Café
No. 5 The Mews, St Owen Street
James Stephen : “Hands down the best breakfast in Hereford.”

The Walk Café, Hereford
Sarah-Jayne Haines: “Best hands down!!! And the nicest staff too.”

Other cafés readers mentioned when asked for their favourite place for breakfast included The Flying Dutchman in Leominster and The Life and Soul Kitchen on the Three Elms Trading Estate.