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‘Wakey! Wakey! Rise & shine!’ No matter how bad the hangover, the peppy, perky Breakfast Club experience will surely rouse you from your slumber. Now a modest chain of all-day breakfast
café/bars, handily located wherever bleary-eyed groovers work & play, these 1980s-inspired venues serve a roster of English & American breakfast & brunch favourites from early morning
to 5pm. If the goofy pun-tastic menu (‘ham so eggsited’ pancakes, ‘when haloumi met salad’ wraps, etc) gets tiring, concentrate on the classics: the vast Full Monty (full English breakfast), eggs
Benedict & stacks of pancakes, plus a handful of healthy options. If you’re just not a morning person, try BC for a casual lunch or dinner when the vibe is friendly & buzzy. All branches
except Soho are licensed.
Quite an iconic spot in Soho, the Breakfast club has received wide spread attention both in the food blogosphere and on social media networks through the likes of Instagram. I guess it's hard for one to see nicely stacked American style pancakes or an Eggs Benedict (see below) without wondering where it is made. I first visited the breakfast club through word of mouth but the stunning pictures I saw on Instagram made me go back as I wasn't heavily impressed the first time.A fellow Old Harrovian was joining me for this meal so we were desperate to share an experience without the haunting memories of boarding-school...
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The Breakfast Club is a hip, young lively all-day brunch spot. The place is lively since its opening at 9am and queues form as early as that.The Breakfast Club is a place that is consistent every time you go. The food is delicious, the portion is massive! It's all good value for money.The one at Soho is a bit quirky. The wall is full of murals from customers around the world. Messy but fun!...
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The other weekend some friends and I decided to fight off the January blues with a nice girly brunch at the Breakfast Club in Soho. While I've been to the Hoxton branch more times than I can count, and have checked out the diminuitive Angel cafe too, this was my first visit to the flag-ship venue in Soho and I was interested to see what it would be like. Upon arrival, the four of us were (somewhat unsurprisingly) greeted with a long, long queue. We stood in the cold, breath steaming, and wondered whether we should maybe try somewhere else. In the end, we stayed, and while it did take almost 45 minutes to get to the...
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This was the second time I’ve been to The Breakfast Club (BC) and I wanted to try something different from the English breakfast I had last time. Although I did walk in planning to have pancakes, I saw the ‘when haloumi met salad wrap’ option and changed my mind! I love grilled haloumi. I hadn’t tried it for the longest time and didn’t understand the fuss but it all made sense after I tried it. The wrap came with a side salad and some slaw. It was most definitely better than I expected and I love the combination of sun-dried tomatoes, hummus and haloumi. I usually don’t like slaw because it’s very salad cream and...
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