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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Venue Details & Map
The Breakfast Club Soho
33 D'Arblay StreetSohoLondonW1F 8EU
- +44 (0)20 7434 2571
- Public transport:
- Tottenham Court Road, Underground
I really wanted to love this place, but I can only say it was ok. My husband got the pina colada pancakes, which were the seasonal for April. They were fluffy and pretty tasty. I got the regular pancakes with berries. They were kind of flat and the bottom one was burnt, but flipped over so you couldn't tell until you started to eat it.
The staff was nice. Overall, I'm not sure it's...more
Had been over 5 times and love the place and the concept Good food, big portions and every dish I tried was great.
Only downside almost anytime of the day has a big qeue .more
The place to come when you're looking for joyful atmosphere, good music and friendly people. Good vibes and great variety of options for either veggies and meaty people.
We didn't need to queue (NOTE: Was Monday morning and some cheeky sunlights were in. Yes, such a perfect plan!)
We came for the food so while juices were fresh and good, the winners were:
- Avocado & Poached Egg
OMG! We reached here at 10:30ish after a morning appointment on a weekday. There was a queue when we arrived and an even longer queue when we left around 11:30. But the food is so good and the quantities humongous, that its no wonder that people make a beeline for this place.
The coffee is amazing! Had a cup each when we sat down and asked for a takeaway each when we were leaving.
How convenient this breakfast option was being within 5 mins of our hotel. How inconvenient that no matter what time of the morning you turn up, there's a queue minimum wait time of 20-30 mins long. In this circumstance we waited almost over an hour. It didn't seem right to give up halfway, might as well wait for the novelty of it, standing in the freezing cold, the threat of rain upon us...more