Bath B&B operators given breakfast tips from hotel inspectors
Bed and Breakfast operators in Bath have had the chance to get advice from hotel inspectors.
The Breakfast Clinic formed part of an exercise by the city's hotels and cafes aimed at providing a great breakfast to the visitors of Bath.
VisitEngland's operations and engagement manager Pam Foden and hotel inspectors showed attendees how to improve their breakfasts, as well as giving tips into what makes an award- winning breakfast.
They demonstrated what mystery shoppers looked for when assessing breakfast, and gave an insight into what visitors liked to see on a menu.
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Mrs Foden spoke about the importance of providing visitors with a choice of food.
She said: "It is important to keep breakfast fresh and provide guests with a choice.
"Not everyone wants a cooked breakfast.
"The key to a good breakfast is to use local suppliers, as guests appreciate food produced locally.
"Presentation is also key. It is important to not only think about how the food tastes but also how it looks when served."
Bath Tourism Plus chief executive Nick Brooks- Sykes said: "The knowledge gleaned from the Breakfast Clinic gives independent operators the basis to differentiate themselves.
"Competition is tough and operators constantly need to find ways to stand out in a crowd and get repeat business."
The event was held in the run-up to the Great Bath Feast festival.
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