Lorry drivers stopping for a hearty fry-up now have more incentive than ever to truck-in - thanks to breakfasts named after their HGVs.

Cafe bosses have named the truckers specials the Scania, the DAF, the Twin Axel and the Man.

Owners of the Cabin Cafe, in Crawley Road, Faygate, Horsham, offers the four breakfasts because they have so many lorry drivers come through the door.

Co-owner Mark Webber, 48, came up with the idea.

He said: "I used to be a lorry driver myself and thought it was a nice gimmick - now our breakfasts are famous in this area and beyond."

The cafe has been in the Webber family since it opened in 1934 and has built up a loyal following over the years.

They have up to 35 lorry drivers parking up every night guaranteeing an early morning rush.

Mr Webber said: "We're always so busy. We make around 400 breakfasts every day."

The breakfasts are now proving so popular that customers get through more than 1,440 eggs, 150lbs of bacon and 800 sausages every week.

Mr Webber said: "The most popular is probably the Scania or the DAF - although a fair few get through the Man."

Mr Webber runs the cafe with his mother, Gene Webber, 69. The pair were presented with the regional title 'Best Cafe in South East England' last month in a national industry competition and will now go through to the national final.

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