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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.
If there is one thing I take very seriously, and I may have already mentioned perviously in my blog, it's brunch.After a night of revelry Tilly Arione and I decided to head out to one place that could really cure us of all affliction and never fails to me a let down.The Breakfast Club.We pulled ourselves together and wandered through a sunny but ghostly quiet city to their Spitalfield branch, hidden on Artillery lane just opposite Liverpool Street station, and jumped in the queue with other brunch enthusiasts...
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Wake up and smell the coffee, the full English breakfast is something very popular in the British and American culture. There’s something about those fry-ups, to smooth our hangovers or simply the sheer pleasure of fried bacon, eggs, and beans aroma that fills the air. One early Saturday morning, just before a surprise spa date with the girls. V and I went to the Spitalfields branch. Queues were already forming. We waited for 20 minutes to be seated. The first thing you will notice is the glaring red neo sign that reads “sex, drugs, & bacon rolls”. The décor is uber cool, suited for the hip area of Shoreditch/Bethnal...
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You know when you go through the door and can’t stop grinning that it’s going to be a good experience. And, that’s the effect that walking into the Breakfast Club had on me. It’s like some kind of early morning Toy Story nightmare. There are things to spot everywhere and it’s scruffy in a comfortably, stay for the rest of the day kind of way...
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There’s a club that everyone should be a part of.Shoreditch, Angel, Spitalfields and down in Souf London, the Breakfast Club, isn’t like the movie, it’s better.Went with my brothers on Saturday morning. Harry was starving and after being away from the homeland for a total of 47 hours, his cravings for maple syrup and bacon were starting to get to him. I hadn’t been to the Breakfast Club before, only heard of it’s deliciousness from friends, and also the long line...
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