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
Two hours twenty minutes in the queue for Sunday brunch. I mean I feel ridiculous admitting I was this foolish, but you'd have to serve me the meal of a lifetime to make up for that and they just didn't.more
I had the full Monty. Great taste, though a bit slow.
I had to queue for about half an hour, but it was worth it.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
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