Picture a hotel breakfast and for most of us, this usually constitutes a Full English with all the trimmings from bacon to fried bread, or a continental offering with fruit and pastries.
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However, a new survey from eviivo has revealed that some hotel guests actually have some non-traditional orders - and they're somewhat of an acquired taste.
In fact, the poll saw 6,600 Bed and Breakfast hotel owners revealing the weirdest requests they've had when it comes to their breakfast menu - and some are just plain weird.
From cereal with lager to food pairings that just sound wrong, we can't help but feel that some of these guests may have been hungover when they ordered their food - but we'll let you be the judge...
Scroll below to see our favourite quirky orders.
Weirdest breakfast orders:
- Cornflakes in Carling Lager
- Scrambled egg on toast 'with no egg'
- A bag of uncooked pasta and a jar of Loyd Grossman tomato and garlic sauce - which the guest then cooked inside the kettle in his room
- Smoked salmon and scrambled eggs... for the dog
- Weetabix, spread with Marmite
- A king prawn vindaloo - and a boiled egg
- Yoghurt with pepper
- Smoked salmon and HP sauce
- Steak and spaghetti
- A plate of fried onions
- Chicken and salad, with vegetables
- Five rashers of bacon in porridge
- A curry omelette
- Ribeye steak and chips
- Eggs and Lea and Perrins Sauce
- Dry Weetabix
- Miso soup
- Muesli with no milk
"Chicken, steak, garlic pasta and curry are unusual choices for breakfast," quipped Thomas Messett, a director at eviivo. "But I guess that one of the pleasures of a holiday is that we're able to enjoy ourselves whatever time of day it is."
He added: "One of the biggest puzzles is a dry Weetabix spread with marmite. We tried this out in the office. It doesn't taste great and worse still, it takes about 19 minutes to eat!"