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A chef at Wetherspoons has gone viral after showing how the pub chain prepares its fried breakfasts – with many viewers shocked that the meal is cooked from fresh.
On TikTok, the unnamed pub worker showed how he cooked customers breakfasts – and people were left impressed.
From the crispy looking hash browns to freshly fried egg, the chef took the time to show how quickly a Wetherspoons traditional fry-up can be prepared.
He narrates the 30-second clip where he starts by grilling two slices of bacon and frying an egg.
After that, he starts deep frying two hash browns and puts a slice of bread on the grill.
He swiftly plates up a grilled tomato and two sausages before flipping the bacon.
After that, he adds the hash browns, egg, bacon and tops it off with a spoonful of baked beans.
Then the steaming hot plate of food is sent away in a lift for the customers.
Since the video was uploaded yesterday, it has been watched 496,200 times, and received 44,000 likes.
It has attracted hundreds of comments, with many viewers expressing shock that the breakfast was prepared fresh.
One person wrote: "I genuinely thought Wetherspoons only had microwaves in AHAHAHA," while another person added "Wait they don't actually microwave everything?"
But many people were appreciative, with one person joking: "This breakfast cured my hangover on Sunday."
Another fan posted: "I really want a Wetherspoons breakfast now."
The pub chain is running its own reduced prices scheme following the end of Eat Out to Help Out.
Prices on a range of meals and drinks have been slashed from Monday to Wednesday until November 11.
Chairman Tim Martin said: "The Government's Eat Out to Help Out scheme was extremely popular with our customers and a great boost to the hospitality industry.
"We are keen to offer our customers a superb choice of food and drink at great value for money prices.
"Our offer means that a classic beef burger in our pubs will be even better value than McDonald's."
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