Chanticleer Inn Breakfast
Savor a Chanticleer Inn Breakfast
Every morning features a gourmet multi-course flavorful breakfast, organic locally-roasted coffee, and engaging conversations.
The New York Times is delivered daily during the theater season. Locally-roasted Good Bean Coffee is served by 8:00 on the buffet, and breakfast is ready by 9:00 in our sunny dining room. For more details about the coffee served at the Chanticleer Inn.
Breakfast always starts featuring fresh fruit prepared in various ways. Fresh out-of-the-oven pastries made daily — always from scratch. For the main course, we alternate daily between a sweet and savory dish. The dishes are enhanced with fresh herbs, vegetables, and flowers from our organic garden.
As always with advanced notice, we alter or select breakfasts to accommodate special dietary requirements. We can easily create vegetarian or vegan dishes. We respect allergies and food sensitivities, such as gluten and/or lactose intolerance.
For those who wish to share a breakfast with only your travel companion, please let us know in advance. Usually we can offer a small table in the breakfast room or if the weather cooperates set a table in the garden.
What guests say about a Chanticleer Inn Breakfast
“We have stayed at the Chanticleer for many years, and always look forward to, and are delighted by, the innovative and delicious meals that Ellen lovingly prepares“. -Mike & Kathy Roman
“The aromas from the kitchen as we awaken are amazing….and so is the breakfast! Always, fresh, innovative and sumptuous! And don’t miss the cookie jar!” -Betty Hartman
Chanticleer Inn Breakfast: 3 Sample Menus
- Desiree’s Strawberry Mousse
- Cherry Almond Scones
- Rustic Russet Vegetable Omelet
- Turkey Bacon
- Plums in Ginger Orange Sauce
- Cinnamon Buttermilk Coffee Cake
- Almond Pear Clafouti
- Apple Turkey Patties
- Roasted Almond Figs & Pears
- Spicy Blueberry Muffins
- Shitake Sherry Mini Frittatas
- Roasted Potatoes
Chanticleer Inn Breakfast cookbook is now available for purchase.
“Recipes Are Like Pearls … lovely, but not useful until strung together“.