An English breakfast is renowned across the world and is served up at thousands of B&Bs across the UK.
But these photos reveal that not every bed and breakfast sticks to tradition when it comes to the morning meal.
From a fruit and yoghurt twist on a traditional knickerbocker glory sundae to a bizarre dish of sardines in custard, these are the weirdest breakfasts served up at British B&Bs.
Despite their quirky nature, many of the dishes were nominated for online booking service eviivo’s annual Tastiest B&B Breakfast Awards.
The snaps have now all been published in The Great British B&B Breakfast Cookbook, which was released this week to coincide with National B&B Day on Saturday, March 24.
So would you eat any of them?
The Silver Jubilee B&B in Newquay serves up the very peculiar dish of sardines in custard – but the custard is made without sugar to make it savoury
Ambassador Townhouse in Southport offers guests a knickerbocker glory-style breakfast which contains layers of homemade fruit compote, muesli and natural creamy Greek yoghurt drizzled with honey
The Heatherdene in Southampton serves crumpets topped with ham and cheese for breakfast which could anger those who prefer theirs topped with something sweet
The Cruachan B&B in Scotland serves up fishcakes for breakfast at the guest house
Red Lodge Bed and Breakfast, Suffolk, serves up shrimp ettouffee for breakfast, a Creole shrimp dish
Barclays Farmhouse in Kent serves up a pretty salmon mousse breakfast topped with tomatoes in the shape of an English rose
Dog in a Doublet B&B in Peterborough offers guests deviled lamb’s kidneys with porcini mushrooms for breakfast
Stonecroft Country Guest House, Derbyshire serves up smoked tofu kitchiri for breakfast
They may look like pancakes but these are in fact fluffy eggs served up for breakfast at Copperfields Guest House in the south east of England
This deconstructed egg dish, complete with avocado on toast, is offered to guests at Bayards Cove Inn, Dartmouth
The Great British B&B Breakfast Cookbook is available to purchase either as an e-book file, or as a printed version through Amazon.
Proceeds from the book, which goes on sale today, will go to the Family Holiday Association. For over 40 years, the Family Holiday Association has provided breaks for UK families struggling with issues such as disability, severe and sudden illness, bereavement, mental health issues and domestic violence.