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Home / Latest News / This Cardiff eatery is advertising a ‘Brexit breakfast’ and it doesn’t look too appetising

This Cardiff eatery is advertising a ‘Brexit breakfast’ and it doesn’t look too appetising

A Cardiff eatery has put up a sign advertising a very gloomy breakfast offer after the Brexit result.

Wally’s Delicatessen, in the city’s Royal Arcade, were feeling a bit glum on Friday morning after the UK voted to leave the European Union .

So Lynne Bosanquet, 55, from Whitchurch, decided to have a little dig at the historic result.

Her colleague, Bethan Owen, 24, from Penarth, quickly wrote down the comment on a blackboard and displayed it in the deli’s upstairs cafe to perk customers up.

It read: “Special offer! Brexit breakfast: tap water and a piece of stale bread – only £10”.

Bethan Owen and Lynne Bosanquet – the brains behind the sign at Wally’s Deli

Luckily, their boss – Steven Salomon – saw the funny side and shared it on social media.

Lynne, who works on the cheese counter, said: “It’s a bit of a joint effort between all of us. We felt so down this morning.

“We thought we’d cheer ourselves up.

Wally’s Deli in the Royal Arcade, Cardiff

Lynne added: “Nobody’s taken up on the offer though!”

Bethan said: “We don’t have stale bread! It’s actually made people smile.

“It has worked. People have just chuckled to themselves. We have had positive responses from it.”

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