The Hoxton version of The Breakfast Club is a larger venue than the Angel and Soho branches. This allows for a projector in the cosy back room for weekly film screenings. As well as all the tasty Breakfast Club fare in the main cafe.
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The Breakfast Club Hoxton
2-4 Rufus StreetHoxtonLondonN1 6PE
- +44 (0)20 7729 5252
- Public transport:
- Old Street, Underground
This place used to be a home from home a few years ago. You wouldn't catch me anywhere else on a Saturday or Sunday when I was trying to cure a bad hangover.
The atmosphere is great and the food is even better. However they service can be hit or miss. It was top notch a few years ago and then started to get a bit flakey which is one of the reason I don't go as often, but I'm happy to say that...more
chorizo hash browns GBP 9.50 - this is english breakfast with the substitution of spicy chorizo instead of sausages. I thought I would be getting an American style hash browns. They are after all an American chain, right? The spicy chorizo is nice. The dish was slightly oily on the whole.
pulled pork burger GBP 9.80 - a good brioche bun filled with tasty pork, what could be better? Served...more
I went in for a late lunch on my own. Having been uninspired by the breakfast at another branch, I decided to plump for lunch-style food.
I was seated quickly (the restaurant was pretty empty at 3pm on a weekday) and my order was taken promptly. I went for a pulled chicken sandwich, poutine, and a coke.
My food came pretty quickly and looked good but, eww, it was not. The chicken sandwich...more
This is a very nice breakfast-oriented restaurant.
Brunch is the main focus here and I loved it!
I couldn't take a picture of the menu but they have some nice ideas to make up a rich brunch plate. Look at the pictures to see yourself! The picture I took shows a "Full Monthy" plate, which is also available in a smaller version (i.e. with less ingredients) that is called "The Half Monthy". The...more
I know some people have issues with The Breakfast Club, but i've always had a lovely time. (While we're on the subject - yes we're talking about the restaurant, but if you don't like the film, we seriously can't be friends.)
They recently had a make over, which i'm still adjusting to (I'm a cancer and a bit resistant to change), but frankly it still totally does the job in getting delicious...more