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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Venue Details & Map
The Breakfast Club Angel
31 Camden PassageAngelLondonN1 8EA
- +44 (0)20 7226 5454
- Public transport:
- Angel, Underground
I must be the only person in London who isn't head-over-heels in love with this place. Luckily, I didn't have to queue when I went, but then again, I don't know who actually would!
We went on a Saturday morning and service was perfectly friendly - the interiors are quirky and fun; strong appeal to families and hipsters alike.
But the food was a bit of a let-down: my pancakes were...more
I think I'm in a good mood. Holiday season, etc. But also: I had a great brunch today. A 5-star brunch. So let's unpack it!
Some things outside of The Breakfast Club's control were working in favour of a positive experience. Like, say, that it was a really crisp December Sunday. And it was dry. So the 40 minute wait for a table for two was actually really pleasant catch-up time with a...more
This place is a great spot to come to for brunch. The food and coffee are delicious and the interior is really fun.
My friend had the fry and I had the Bircher muesli and both of our meals were really good! We also had cappuccinos and they hit the spot too!
The line to get in is long if you go at brunch rush hour but if you're with a friend then it's fine as it's extra opportunity to...more
If I could give 3.5 stars, that's what I'd give.
The food was solid, though nothing too stand-out. I had the pulled pork sandwich, which was a great combination of a pork sandwich, potatoes and coleslaw. Having said that, I feel like the pork could have been better seasoned.
Service was rather disappointing. It was slow, and the staff couldn't have been less enthusiastic to serve.
Nicer and cosier than the one in Hoxton, The Breakfast Club is always a good option for breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner or middle day coffee.
This chain's restaurants are usually very busy and bustling with people, but to our surprise, when we visited this one, it was almost empty and we didn't have to queue for ages.
We went there for an early evening coffee, as it is a decent coffee for...more