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
Discovered this place my last morning visiting London. This was the first place I encountered what I considered "real" breakfast (one involving pancakes lol). Ordered the "All American" which was probably way more than one person needs to eat by themselves but such is the American way. Everything was delicious and fresh tasting and since it was a Tuesday I didn't have to wait for it. There's...more
I was homesick for a breakfast burrito and Yelp said this place had some, so I decided to give this another go and took myself out to breakfast.
It could've been beautiful, but they went over the edge with this thing. "Chorizo, scrambled egg, roasted peppers, Portobello mushroom, guacamole, cheddar and spicy pepper sauce."
There was no mushroom in my burrito. And while the roasted peppers...more
Came on a Monday after work - no queue so that's a good time to go if you're worried about queueing!
That said, I was a bit disappointed. I've been to the Breakfast Club in London Bridge and really enjoyed my meal. This one was rather bland. I had a chicken burger - perhaps my problem was not having a breakfast option?! It also came with tomato on it, which I hate and I resent it when...more
I'm a fan of the Breakfast Club (both the movie and the chain of American restaurants). This branch of the chain is the closest to my house and it has become my place to bring visiting friends and family to try a full English breakfast (or full monty, as they call it here). It is also a fun place for brunch with friends, as the shop is filled with kitchy decoration and plays lovely music....more
Part of a chain and perpetually has a queue outside (unless you show up when they open or for dinner).
The environmemt is really young and hip. The menu is comforting and the portions are huge!
I deducted one star for not receiving any syrup or ketchup for takeaway. Really? You really expect me to have a bottle of syrup at home for your delicious pancakes?!more