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
Breakfast all day....who can ask for anything else better? (I'm like a kid again!) This place has changed their look recently but concept is still the same...pancakes all day. The All American meal is like it sounds...a lot of delicious food, I couldn't finish it off. They also offer live music so it's a great place to hang with friends.more
Food was nothing spectacular and a little overpriced. I got the eggs Benedict with salmon and spinach which was bland and not filling. Next time I'll try the pancakes and coffee which everyone raves about.more
We were a party of 4 and came on a Saturday morning (at 11:30 AM) to avoid the rush hour. And it worked (we had previously tried the Soho outlet, and given up after waiting for 1 hour).
My general impression of the place is that it is a bit overrated: the food is really good, but a bit to pricey and the service sort of makes you feel as if you were brunching in a factory.
We had two sets of...more
After a very satisfying visit at the Artillery Lane TBC two weeks ago, I decided to try the branch I've never been to. Judging by the speed and efficiency of the Spitalfield branch, I'd calculated that I should be able to have a lovely quick lunch and be back at the office within an hour. I couldn't be more wrong!
Even though the place was only full slightly above half, we waited 45 minutes...more
Can't really add much to this that everyone else hasn't already said - this is THE definitive London brunch experience. A huge range of sweet and savoury options, including some killer thick pancakes with sweet cream and a really inventive selection of eggs benny.
There are branches all over London, but I have only been to this one - have had to que both times but the que moves quickly, and...more