The original Breakfast Club, this small but mighty cafe opened in 2005 as and is still going strong today. With its John Huges-film-inspired theme, the cafe walls are chock full of polaroid pictures from raucous staff night's out, notes scrawled on napkins and postcards from around the world.
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The Breakfast Club Soho
33 D'Arblay StreetSohoLondonW1F 8EU
- +44 (0)20 7434 2571
- Public transport:
- Tottenham Court Road, Underground
A very comfortable and cozy place where to eat an amazing American style breakfast, or brunch, or as us a late late late breakfast. We tried "the all American" dish, a huge portion of pancakes with bacon, eggs, fried potatoes and sausages. I also had a mango, strawberry and apple smoothie. Everything was so good, but the price is a bit high for a very "cheap" meal. By the way, I love American...more
Everybody's favourite breakfast place. I thought it was a typical "english" breakfast place but it definitely lives up its name! Is more than that. You can actually taste a variety of breakfast depending on your mood of the day.
The service was good. Love the maple syrups.
Food wise.. too many choices! And unfortunately everything taste as good! I dont eat pork but the vege version of full...more
I bookmarked this place a while ago, so i was glad when a visiting friend gave me the perfect excuse to show him "a very popular London brunch spot".
We got there around 1 and there was a huge line, but we decided to persevere. Shortly after we got on line, and huge group left, so we developed a sense of false hope about how quickly we would reach the front. And the more time passed, the more...more
I recently stumbled upon this place on a layover in London. My friend had always wanted to try this place out but was discouraged by the long wait times and lines. It just so happened that I had an early arrival time, so we made it on time here before any lines had formed. This place is really tiny, hence the long wait times. I'd say there were about 10 tables in this small restaurant, so...more
I walked in and already felt relaxed. Woody furnitures mixed with an industrial vibe that will put you in a sunday mood even in the middle of the week.
The menu, of course, was all about breakfast: the pancakes and berries are soft and fluffy, the whipped cream on top is incredible, the hollandaise on the eggs benedict is delicious, the " home style fried potatoes " sort of sweet but in a...more