As usual, Emily and Michael Eavis have booked a line-up full of diversity and surprises and, fortunately for you Brunch obsessives, a huge range of food trucks and stalls serving tasty snacks from around the globe.

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To help you navigate the over 400 food traders offering an array of exciting eats, we’ve rounded up a list of the best places to Brunch around Worthy Farm so you won’t make a bad decision and end up suffering one of those infamous festival burger van disappointments:

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Greenpeace Café

Greenpeace field at GlastonburyGreenpeace is one of the main beneficiaries of the charitable donations made by Glastonbury each year and has a significant presence at the festival, raising awareness of the many environmental issues we are facing today. Their field is home to ‘The Guilt Free Food Café’ - a delicious restaurant that wears its eco-credentials with pride and encapsulates the environmentally friendly spirit of the festival. 

Here, Brunchers can get their fix of vegetarian full English and shakshouka, along with a damn fine cup of coffee that is one of the best you can get on the site. Make sure you visit this part of the festival for an excellent Brunch, a free shower and a lesson in how amazing food can be without harming the environment.

Where is it?

The Greenpeace Café is in Greenpeace field, just as you come off the railway track.

The Tor Rugby Club

An annual tradition at the Festival, the local Tor Rugby Club, based in Glastonbury town, raise money each year through the sales of their fajitas and burritos from a large van near the Pyramid Stage. Their Breakfast and Brunch menu is served until 11:30am and gives you the choice of the ‘Go Get ‘Em’ Breakfast Burrito, filled with scrambled eggs, Mexican sausage, smashed avocado, refried beans, cheese and salsa, or the vegetarian ‘Resaca’ Breakfast Burrito that comes with a filling of scrambled eggs, spinach, smashed avocado, refried beans, cheese and salsa. All the money goes to support the running of the team so, come on, be nice and give something back. It is Glastonbury, after all.

Where is it?

The Tor Rugby Club van is located right next to the Cider Bus in the markets to the left of the Pyramid stage.

Happy Maki Sushi

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We can hear your protestations, questioning, 'Can you really have sushi for Brunch?'. You're at Glastonbury! It's a different world, where you can have whatever food you want at anytime of the day and we can't think of a better way to embrace this freedom than with some early morning sushi. And Happy Maki serve an amazing vegan sushi (yes, you read that right) that will get your Glastonbury adventure started in style. The Brighton based restaurant always proves to be a festival favourite, combining a passion for cooking with a eco-concious ethos to promote marine conservation/veganism. Here, you can enjoy a truly sustainable sushi, which is as good for the body as it is the taste buds. Seriously, you must try the Hoi Sin ‘Duck’ maki roll.

Where is it?

Happy Maki is in the markets by William’s Green.

Club Mexicana

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Club Mexicana serve up 100% vegan Mexican-inspired street food that is the perfect way to fuel a busy day exploring Worthy Farm. With residencies at Dinerama in Shoreditch, The Spread Eagle in Homerton and Netil Market in London Field, Club Mexicana have wowed festivalgoers for the last few Glastonburys - and are set to steal the hearts and palates of everyone at Glastonbury again with their sumptuous offerings that fill the stomach and lift the soul in equal measures.

Where is it?

Club Mexicana is between the Other Stage and the Pyramid

Goan Seafood Company

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The Goan Seafood Company have been a staple for many Glastonbury goers bumbling through the West Holts field over the years, and even won the Nationwide Caterers Association award as the best caterers at Glastonbury Festival in 2009. Based in Mevagissey, a beautiful and historic fishing village on the south coast of Cornwall, the Goan Seafood Company have access to the freshest fish available, straight from the fishing boats as they return from the clean, unpolluted waters off the south Cornish coast.

Their Kedgeree, made with a special hot smoked salmon, free range organic eggs, peas and basmati rice with fragrant spices and fresh parsley, is served until midday and is a firm favourite with Bruncher.

Where is it?

In the row of shops and market stalls on the right-hand side of the West Holts field.

La Grande Bouffe

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Literally translating as ‘The Big Eat’, Le Grande Bouffe has been serving up its tartiflette and Toulouse sausages from it large stall on the corner of the West Holts field for as long as we can remember. We always go for the extra saucisse to go with the bacon tartiflette - and it never disappoints. Bonus points for ordering in French!

Where is it?

La Grande Bouffe is located on the corner of muddy lane and the West Holts field.