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
Last time we visited London we stopped at one of the other locations and loves it. We had to come back this visit.more
Having been several times to the Battersea branch of the Breakfast Club (which is significantly larger in size), I was surprised at the line to get in. After queuing for almost an hour, we were finally seated. The food was very good, with speedy service and the waiters were upbeat and friendly.
The only think I think could improve the experience would be to have some alcoholic drinks on...more
Good but not worthy for queueing for 1.5 hrs. Very heavy breakfast. Bacon was not nice, way too oily and hard to chew. Smoothie and coffee were good!more
Solid breakfast. They serve Americanized breakfasts with a slight English twist. I say this because you would be hard pressed to find an American breakfast place that would serve cooked mushrooms outside of an omelette (similar to a full English breakfast, which they also offer) with eggs and pancakes. Their smoothies and juices are freshly made and delicious.
The scene: a line outside...more
I am a brunch lover. You have no idea. People have these claims about how they love brunch, but obviously they haven't met me.
I had this as my first meal of 2015. Yes. New Year's Day I waited in the cold for about 45 minutes to an hour outside for this. I started at about the sushi store down the street and slowly, very slowly worked my way towards the front. The storefront is super cute and...more