AFTER a late night out, nothing sorts you out in the morning quite like a proper full English breakfast.

But it’s also disheartening when you realise you’re all out of the staple ingredients you need.

Well now you can tuck into a fry-up without even stepping into the kitchen, thanks to Chris’s Sarneys.

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The sandwich shop has just launched a new menu with an all-day breakfast which can be delivered to homes within 10 miles of its base in Saville Way, Grove, near Wantage.

Chris’s Big Big Big Tray includes three strips of bacon, three sausages, three eggs, three hash browns, mushrooms, a tomato, black pudding, fried bread and baked beans, all for £9.95.

Delivery is free of charge.

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Business owner Tom Whiting said he came up with the idea after spotting a gap in the market.

He said: “We started it because we got so many calls and everybody kept asking for a full English tray.

“We launched the idea before Christmas but we started on Just Eat this week. It’s been very popular, on Sunday we had around 40 to 50 orders.

“We’ve had 10 to 15 this morning already.”

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But it’s not just breakfasts: Mr Whiting revealed exclusively that this Sunday the company will start selling roast dinners in a tray.

He said: “We will have three different options: pork, lamb and chicken.

“We are constantly pushing what we can do. We get so many elderly customers as well who don’t want fast food, but this is proper food – hearty meals.”

Roast Dinner orders can be made from 12pm until 7pm everyday from Sunday, and breakfasts all day every day.

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At the moment the team are trading from a kitchen at the back of Winstons Fish and Chip Shop in Grove whilst their original sandwich shop in Wantage is given a 'much needed' face lift.

He said: "We were in the old shop for about 30 years and it needed a face lift.

"It's getting a new roof put on it and it's getting a 21st century renovation.

"It's also going to be open a lot longer when it opens, from 8am until 8pm everyday.

"It will be ready for the next 30 years."