A full English breakfast is excellent.
So is pizza.
But together… were not so sure.
Anyone keen to try the combination themselves is in luck, though, as no longer shall they have to empty a frying pan on to an thin crust.
A bar in Benidorm, Spain, is doing the hard work for us by selling a snazzy new full English pizza.
As youd expect, the pizza has all the essential toppings of a proper fry-up (apart from hash browns or toast, which is miserable). A standard margherita pizza is topped with two fried eggs, two rashers of bacon, two sausages, mushrooms, and a puddle of baked beans.
If you manage to eat the entire thing, youll have consumed your daily recommended calories for the day, as the pizza comes in at 2,600 calories.
Yes, it does look slightly horrifying, but imagine the good it would do you when youre desperately hungover? Its the perfect brunch option, we say.
Reactions have been mixed.
On the Good Times Bar & Grills TripAdvisor page, one customer described the pizza as perfect for coming home in the early hours when you cant decide whether its supper or breakfast time. Agreed.
Over on Facebook, someone wrote: Ill be in for one of them before a sesh.
Sure, as long as you dont mind a quick detour via Spain on the way to the pub.
If you do fancy trying a breakfast pizza without getting a plane ticket, the good news is that its really easy to create your own.
Just grab a pizza of your choosing (make your own! Get an oven-ready one! Order one in if youre feeling really lazy), make a fry-up while your pizzas heating up, then pile on your toppings.
As to what your toppings should be, thats a whole other debate.
While Brits believe bacon is the most important part of a full English, wed say that its eggs that separate a regular pizza from one made for breakfast.
Wed also add on hash browns (potato-based snacks on pizza are a wonderful thing) and perhaps a slice of toast for that extra carb hit, then drizzle ketchup on top.