Brits’ ‘buffet behaviours’ have been revealed – including ‘The Smuggler’, ‘The Stacker’ and ‘The Investigator’.
A poll of 1,500 adults with a passion for hotel breakfast buffets found there are five personality types when tackling the morning meal when staying away.
Nearly half (45 per cent) are the investigating type and will circle the breakfast buffet multiple times before making a decision.
A fifth are skilful stackers – balancing everything on one plate to save them having to go up for seconds.
And 30 per cent identify themselves as the smuggling kind, sneaking a snack away with them for later – with fruit and pastries being the top items to take.
Next on the list are ‘nesters’ (19 per cent) who always think of others and will bring back a selection for the whole table to enjoy.
While ‘builders’ (22 per cent) are newer to the breakfast buffet experience and like to take extra time to construct the exact meal they want.
Breakfast ‘personalities’
The research was commissioned by Hampton by Hilton, which has teamed up with Scarlett Moffatt to uncover the nation’s unknowing yet relatable buffet ‘behaviours’.
Scarlett Moffatt said: “The breakfast buffet is without a doubt one of the best bits of a trip away for me.
“I’m a little bit of a ‘Smuggler’ and am known to sneak a croissant away with me to enjoy in the room with a cuppa later in the day.
“That said, I’m also guilty of being a ‘Stacker’ too, piling up delicious smoky bacon and hot waffles is literally my idea of heaven.
“I think we can all agree that a good night’s sleep followed by a hot brekkie sets us up for the day. Now pass me the pancakes.”
But the study found that while 47 per cent enjoy mixing both sweet and savoury on one plate, 38 per cent reckon it’s

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