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Sant Joan de Binissaida

Bini Brunch: The breakfast for those who aren’t in a hurry

Join the brunch trend, perfect for Sunday mornings.

The brunch is the tasty result that is born after the fusion between breakfast and lunch when one can eat a huge hamburger at 12.30 in the morning, or wake up late and have croquettes and potato fries as breakfast without being judged.This, friends, is the magic of brunch.

The good thing about brunch is that it can be eaten at any time of the morning and noon, we serve it from 12.30 to 19 h so our clients can relax and eat without rushing.

If you fancy spending a relaxed day under the shadows of our pine trees with a freeze brisk while enjoying a delicious brunch, you can’t miss our Bini Brunch. Here’s what you will find: garden salads, 100% beef hamburgers, big large croquettes, our famous Bini Bao and Burgerssaida sandwiches, potato fries with sauces… Let’s just say you won’t stay hungry for too long.

Do you know from where does the word “brunch” come?

It appeared for the first time in 1896 in the British magazine Punch. During this period, the servants of the British families from the high society used to have the Sundays off. They were asked to prepare a huge buffet before leaving so their masters could eat the whole day without having to cook.

Now you know, live like the British royalty of the 19th century for a day enjoying our fantastic Bini Brunch in the rural hotel of Binissaida.

Book your Bini Brunch with us!

Our opening hours are from 12.30 to 19.00. Book not at (+34) 971 355 598. It’s available from June to September.


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Camí de Binissaida, 108
07720 · Es Castell · Menorca

(+34) 971 355 598

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