Bird Breakfast

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Nov 8, 2018 22:22
In England, I have seen an ad on a restaurant for a "Bird Breakfast".
I was pretty sure that it was not a breakfast for birds :-)
Indeed, I've found in the dictionary that it means "Early Bird Breakfast", which comes from "The early bird catches the worm" to name people who rise early.
So, my question is not about the meaning of the phrase but about the difference between a "Bird Breakfast" and a normal breakfast? Is it just because you can have it very early (if so, at what time?) or is it cheaper (or more expensive) or maybe it is not the same (something lighter, without sausages and beans, because it sems weird to eat that at 6 a.m.)?