According to Kent Live , a café called The Full English in Folkestone is challenging its customers to take on a mammoth breakfast challenge for less than £20.  

Andy Burnett, owner of the Kent café, reckons they have the "biggest and best" breakfast challenge out there, after he did a quick "Google of the competition."

The mega breakfast plate is called 'Man V Food' and will set you back £19.95.

If you win, you'll earn a spot on the wall of fame. 

The breakfast includes 26 items of food

It's hoped that the breakfast can go up against other epic breakfast challenges, such as Tenterden's Papa Joe's café 10terden Terminator and Dalby Café Mega breakfast challenge, which was won by members of rock band The Libertines. 

When asked what inspired him to create this eating challenge, Andy said: "I’ve always been a fan of Man V Food challenges,

"One day I was on YouTube and I saw this full English challenge and I thought, 'we can do better than that'. 

After this, the Man V Food breakfast challenge was born.  

What food will you find on the plate? 

Six slices of bacon 

Six sausages 

Four slices of black puddin

Six hash browns 

Four fried eggs 

Two slices of fried bread 

Four slices of toast 

Four slices of bread and butter 

Mushrooms 

Beans

Tomatoes 

And a bowl of chips

Andy and his wife bought The Full English cafe in August

Andy said all of his breakfasts are made using the best quality ingredients. 

He said: "We use Korker sausages and fresh-cut thick bread from the bakers, for example. It doesn't pay to cut corners."

The café owner really focused on the small details when creating the challenge, even considering how the dish is served.  

Andy added: "I had to order these huge 40cm plates to accommodate the breakfasts because normal plates can’t handle the stress." 

Andy bought the café in August (2019) and has only recently decided to introduce the mammoth challenge to his customers. He understood that his café didn't have the best reputation and hopes the challenge will encourage people to visit their café. 

He said: "We're starting it this Sunday (December 1), it's only available one day a week because it’s just a bit of fun really.

"It’s definitely not healthy or good for you." 

"I’m quite confident nobody will beat it" 

The challenge is likely to attract those with a competitive streak and endless appetite, but will Andy be trying it himself? 

"I'm on Slimming World me, so I won’t be trying it," he said. 

"I was worried about telling my wife but she’s actually going to come and try one on Sunday." 

As well as his wife, Andy says he has 10 challengers coming down from Dover to face the challenge this weekend.

However, he's unsure that anyone will actually be able to conquer the challenge.

He said: "I’m quite confident nobody will beat it. I’ll need to start a wall of shame rather than fame. 

"I had my friend try it out for me, he’s quite into his eating challenges. 

"He failed miserably and only half cleared his plate."