You have never had breakfast until you’ve gobbled down grub from The Breakfast Club.
Living In London visited the breakfast bar late one recent weekday morning. We fancied filling up on bacon and eggs, but wow… did we get a treat.
After arriving, we were gob smacked by the long queue stretching down D’Arblay Street. Rather than becoming restless, we quickly became intrigued by The Breakfast Club’s popularity. After all, it’s rare to have a restaurant so sought-after let alone a breakfast joint!
After a few moments waiting we were seated and quickly ordered American Breakfasts with Cadbury Chocolate Caramel milkshakes. The menu isn’t what you’d class as healthy… agreed. But who cares? Everything was cooked to perfection and the drinks were deliciously sweet.
Those unfortunate to work at the club were rushed off their feet. Within moments of a party leaving, their table was quickly reallocated before the seats could get cold.
The Breakfast Club first opened in 2005 in Soho and the interior is filled with quirky, random and (mostly) pointless items. Two years later another branch was erected on Camden Passage in Angel and then came the Hoxton club. Another two years passed and the Breakfast Club further extended to Spitalfields in May 2011.
Serving up everything from the traditional English to Pancakes and Eggs Benedict, The Breakfast Club is ideal for a naughtily heavenly brunch. Later on a lunch menu also offers a selection of wraps, burgers, burritos, pies, sharing plates and salads.
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