Tucked away on a side street opposite Liverpool Street Station, The Breakfast Club Spitalfields doesn't have the usual bright egg-yolk yellow frontages of the other BC cafes - but as you'll soon find out, we like to keep a little mystery here. Once inside, the usual Breakfast Club quirks are present; from our famous neon "Sex, Drugs & Bacon Rolls" sign to the Sega Mega Drive console. Top tip for those who've yet to visit: Tell staff you're "here to see The Mayor."
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Venue Details & Map
The Breakfast Club Spitalfields
12-18 Artillery LaneWhitechapelLondonE1 7LS
- +44 (0)20 7078 9633
- Public transport:
- London Liverpool Street, Underground
I was so excited to try this location out while in London, but unfortunately the service was just terrible.
The wait to be seated didn't bother me at all, but after we were seated, we waited forty minutes to order, while tables who had come in with us ordered and received their food all around us.
My husband ordered white tea and got English breakfast tea with milk. When he clarified that...more
Best place for brunch ever !!!!! The whole experience is fun from the hidden red fridge door that leads to a secret bar downstairs to the pinned photos of customers at the entry to the funky tables ! The food and juices are delicious ! My favorite is the "all American" you're never disappointed!
Clearly one of the best detox brunch place on a sunday in Londonmore
Like walking into a 1950s movie set, The Breakfast Club is an in-your-face retro diner-feel experience. I had been hearing for ages about the Mayor through the iconic Smeg fridge and the brilliant boozy brunch menu. Brunch has become a vital staple of my every afternoon during the past 'social' month in London, so I was eager to see what all the hype was about in Spitalfields.
Awesome vibe-casual, buzzing. Amazing tunes, extensive menu and drink list.
Worth being prepared to queue. Place has wow factor straight away. The menu is so long-I wanted to order everything!
Fresh juices are so good.more
I really wanted to love this place as I frequently get American style brunch cravings and brunch, as I have often complained, has not quite caught on here in London just yet. Fingers crossed that TBC marks the beginning of a quiet revolution though...
I've been here a few times now, first with a friend who was showing me around my new stomping grounds, a couple of times for meetings with...more