For one day only, a bready pop up is coming to South Bank to serve you breakfast in bed.

Sourdough making Bertinet Bakery will set up a massive bed on South Bank, next to the River Thames so you can kind of get the lie in that you perhaps didn’t get in the morning.

Popping up on Wednesday, October 25, the bed-café comes in time for school holiday fun, and just before the clocks go back an hour at the end of October when daylight savings end.

Menu items are free and have been created in collaboration with author and founder of The Sourdough School Vanessa Kimble, who has designed a menu that allows Bertinet Bakery’s sourdoughs to take centre stage.

Whether you’re eating on the go or in the bed, munch on the likes of boiled eggs with croque monsieur soldiers, savoury masala French toast made of eggy bread, onions and turmeric and served with a green chutney, whipped avocado toast with sweetcorn salsa and the ultimate open BLT.

Dan Barrett, Managing Director for Bertinet Bakery, said: "We believe that life's most glorious moments are found in the simple pleasures.

"Our breakfast-in-bed experience is a way to remind Brits of the joy that can come from a lie in on Sunday morning and of course, that perfectly toasted slice of sourdough for breakfast in bed.’’

Research by the brand that weekend lie-ins have become a rare luxury, with 65 per cent of Brits waking up before 9am on a Sunday and one in seven confessing that their lie-ins last for just 29 minutes longer than their regular wake-up time. Meanwhile, 66 per cent can’t even remember the last time they indulged in breakfast in bed.

To pick up something to eat or grab some breakfast in bed head to the Observation Point at South Bank, 56 Upper Ground, SE1 9PP between 10.30am and 3pm.