A HEREFORD restaurant says it has decided to stop a big breakfast deal after receiving online hate, including death threats.

The huge 'do you dare?' menu at Bridge 14, in Bridge Street, consisted of multiple eggs, sausages, bacon, hash browns, mushrooms, black pudding, beans, tomato, fried bread, toast, bread and butter.

A pint of milk was also offered for people to wash it all down. Anyone who completed the menu within 30 minutes would have it for free; otherwise it would cost £20.


However, Jo Fox, who runs the diner, has said the option is no longer available. 

"We’ve had so much hate over it that we decided to stop doing it," she said.

"People were messaging me saying how bad we were, forcing people to eat food in a quick time and with the cost of living crisis and people starving. 

"It was just getting really bad. I was having death threats and it was make me ill, so I decided it wasn’t worth it.

"It was also giving the restaurant a bad name and people weren't coming in. People just didn’t see that it was a bit of fun."

There is still, nevertheless, plenty of other food options people can try, including pizza and roast dinners. 

The diner also recently received a five-star hygiene rating, with food handling, cleanliness and food safety management all being marked as good. 

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