Fuming Caffe Nero customer slams coffee chain for serving £4 all-day breakfast panini with ‘one strip of bacon and a quarter of a sausage’
- Rosanne Emma Hassall was given panini containing a few tiny fragments of meat
- She ordered the ‘all day breakfast egg, bacon and sausage’ at Manchester airport
- Picture shows panini with shredded pieces of bacon and a few slices of sausage
- Caffe Nero apologised to customer after she complained to their Facebook page
A Caffe Nero customer was left furious after paying £4 for an ‘all day breakfast panini’ containing a few tiny fragments of meat.
Rosanne Emma Hassall was given a panini with a shredded pieces from a rash of bacon, a few slices of sausage, and a splash of ketchup on top of the toasted bread.
She had ordered the ‘all day breakfast egg, bacon and sausage’ snack from the branch inside Manchester Airport.
Rosanne Emma Hassall, right, shared a picture of the ‘all day breakfast egg, bacon and sausage’ panini from Caffe Nero, left, as she complained about the lack of filling
Rosanne, from Manchester, posted a picture of her sparse breakfast on Saturday, sarcastically writing on the coffee chain’s Facebook page: ‘So glad I paid £4 for one strip of bacon and a quarter of a sausage.’
The firm describe the snack online as: ‘Scrambled egg with our classic Nero coffee cured bacon & British pork sausages in our stone-baked sourdough panini.’
Although there are no pictures on their website, similar offerings feature sumptuous paninis or ciabattas stuffed with generous helpings of bacon. The food is accompanied by what appears to be an espresso.
Speaking today, Rosanne said: ‘We were in the airport at the time and buying breakfast so the choice was pretty poor at the time.
Caffe Nero apologised to Rosanne after she shared a picture on social media of the snack, saying: ‘So glad I paid £4 for one strip of bacon and a quarter of a sausage’ (file photo)
‘It’s just a bit ridiculous that they can charge that much for a teaspoon of scrambled egg, half a piece of streaky bacon and a quarter of a skinny sausage on a bit of bread.
‘Their margin must be through the roof.’
Caffe Nero apologised on the post, writing: ‘Hi Rosanne, I’m sorry to see this. Please drop us a private message so we can get some more details off you.’
Last month, a pub in Heathrow Airport was blasted for their ‘pathetic’ toastie which set one holidaymaker back £8.50.
The Prince of Wales pub was mocked for serving up two very dry-looking pieces of bread that appeared short of fillings.