Tucked away on Islington's Camden Passage is our pretty little Angel cafe. The second addition to our Brekky Club family, Angel opened in 2007 and just like Soho it's pretty damn cosy. After being welcomed in by a cardboard cut out of Elvis, feel free to treat the cafe like an extension of your living room and nestle down with a hot chocolate in the winter or, if you're feeling a bit of alfresco, take advantage of our lovely big outdoor area with a jug of Pimms and watch the world go by.
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The Breakfast Club Angel
31 Camden PassageAngelLondonN1 8EA
- +44 (0)20 7226 5454
- Public transport:
- Angel, Underground
Excellent place for breakfast and branch! Try the "full monty" or if you prefer something sweet try the all American pancakes - just delicious. Cons: huge queues and no reservation can be made. The area inside is quite narrow - things are better during summer that you can also be seated outside.more
This place was great! I ordered the chicken and waffles and it was really good! I seasoned butter that came with it made the meal! I love the atmosphere of the place. It is very trendy and vintage. The coffee was good and the staff was friendly.
I have no complaints!more
It was right after a tiring school day which I stumbled upon such an exotic aroma of freshly made pancakes.
My friend and I entered and immediately laid eyes on the stack of pancakes that was coated in a generous amount of maple syrup and finished with a heap of beautifully smooth vanilla creme and some mixed berries
The pancakes were beautifully cooked, crisp to perfection - yet moist to...more
Having finally made it to the infamous Breakfast Club this morning for an early brunch, I can say I was overall a little disappointed.
Firstly, the queue wasn't quite so bad as I had envisioned. My partner and I waited around 15 minutes to get a table and we were served quickly. I ordered the pancakes with berries and vanilla cream, my partner opted for the veggie pancake breakfast. We both...more
Having stayed with a friend in Islington overnight, I found myself needing a place to eat for a bit of breakfast when my friend headed to work.
Easy to find, it's in a nice little terrace behind the main road in Angel. The place itself is quirky but I like quirky.
The menu is extensive but I eventually went for the poached eggs on rye toast. I had that with the 'whiter than white' green...more