As we all know, Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, we break our fast after ,say, 8 hours. And, when we are hungry for that long why not give our stomachs a good treat. If every moment of our lives count then why not make every meal count as well. Taking full responsibility for your good Breakfast Time in London city, here I list the top 4 places to indulge in yummy goodness:
TOP 4 PLACES FOR BREAKFAST IN LONDON CITY
The Breakfast Club is famous among people and is always full of them. You will be really lucky if you don’t have to wait in a queue before having breakfast.
The Club is located at 16 different places across London city. It started in 2005 with its first outlet on the D’Arblay street. One of them is just next to Oxford street and at a walkable distance from Oxford Circus station.
I decided to have my first breakfast, in London, in this club at Soho but I had my second instead, as there was such a long queue on the very first day of my trip and I was just not prepared to wait that long. I visited again on the second day, prepared, and got a shared table for 2 people after waiting for 25 minutes.
As they say, it is “Small but Mighty“. The club is small but you will love it, for sure. It was full of lovely people, fun decor, and good food.
There are plenty of options for non-vegetarians and fewer for Vegetarians. I belong to the second category. I requested the servers to prepare a Hash Brown Sandwich along with a glass of lemon Ice tea and they did, that too amazingly. It was delicious and I really liked their efforts.
This club offers a variety of Sandwiches, Pancakes, Burgers, Fries and much more. They have a special category called “Breakfast Club Classics” – all the dishes under this category are offered at 50% price. Most of the dishes are accompanied by sides like fries or salad.
They serve a different menu after 12 pm. The prices are decent, I paid around 10 Pounds for 2 Hash Brown sandwiches, 1 English Breakfast tea, and 1 Lemon Ice-Tea.
33 D’Arblay St, Soho, London W1F 8EU, UK
Weekdays: 730 AM TO 10 PM
Saturday: 8 AM to 10 PM
Sunday: 8 AM to 7 PM
2.Toi & Moi Cafe
I came to Toi & Moi Cafe on the 5th day of my tour. This cafe was not on my list but thanks to the long queue at The Breakfast Club, I decided to have my meal here. The cafe is pretty and offers a variety of Pastries, Waffles, Omelettes, Coffees and more.
I again had Hash Brown Sandwich with a glass of Ice tea, it is not like that this is my daily meal but I really liked the one at the Breakfast Club so before leaving for Wembley I thought to must have it again.
I liked this cafe and the Hash Browns were better here. This is so because I enjoyed a different kind of bread more. The presentation was also nice. There are no pastries served in The Breakfast Club so even if you have your meal there, you can walk down to this cafe and enjoy a pastry. This cafe is hardly 15 steps away from the club.
Do taste the Chocolate Truffle pastry, it was delicious. The prices are similar to that of the Breakfast Club.
Writing this review is really making me feel hungry. I wish I could go back and have it all.
38 Berwick St, Soho, London W1F 8RT, UK
All days- 8 AM TO 7 PM
3. Pret A Manger
You will find Pret A Manger everywhere you go in London city. I can’t remember a place where I didn’t see it. It offers organic coffee and a variety of Sandwiches, Crossaints, salad, Juices, muffins and much more.
Pret A Manger, Soho, London
I tried a chocolate muffin and a chocolate croissant, it was nice. It would have been better to buy only one out of the two as both of them together made it too sweet. I should have combined something else with above-mentioned things. I regret not trying the coffee served here.
Have you tried it? Let me know your review in the comment section…
556 Oxford St · +44 20 7932 5240
Opens 5: 30 AM
Travelling to London city? You must read this transport guide for London to save some Pounds and make your trip more comfortable. I am sure this will help you… Do share your comments!
4. Caffe Concerto
Caffe Concerto has beautiful interiors and is expensive as compared to the above-mentioned cafes. This famous chain is spread across many parts of London City. I had two meals in this cafe at two different locations, Piccadilly Circus and near Harrods.
The outlet in front of Harrods is bigger and prettier than the other one. This place offers a variety of breakfast meals and one of the best pastries I had in London.
Apart from this, I would definitely recommend you to try this amazing Fentimans Rose Lemonade. This drink is not easily available. I could not find it in market shops, Just found it in a couple of cafes/restaurants. I loved this flavor out of many others. Inspired by this flavor, I tried another one called – Victorian Lemonade, I couldn’t sip more than a few drops as it was so sour, I felt my tonsils will kill me. Choose your flavors wisely.