18 April 2014

The Breakfast Club Hoxton

2-4 Rufus Street, London N1 6PE

£24.00 International Islington, Barnsbury
  • Wine: £12.50
  • Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-11pm (Thurs-Fri -12M) Sat-Sun 9am-12M (Sun -10pm)

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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.

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  1. The Breakfast Club Hoxton

    2-4 Rufus Street, London N1 6PE
    Overall rating:
    Julie R.

    • Food & Drink: 7
    • Service: 8
    • Atmosphere: 10
    • Value: 5

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  1. A late post, but Pancake Day seemed to have creeped up and where better to have pancakes than at The Breakfast Club? I’ve never dined here before, but I’ve heard so many great things and you can’t go wrong with American-style pancakes. The Breakfast Club has many restaurants scattered all around London but many, unfortunately, have a large queue at most times of the day. The Hoxton branch however, is one of the quieter restaurants and fortunately for us, having an earlier lunch meant finding a seat wasn’t a problem...
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  2. Last weekend I went for a girly brunch at The Breakfast Club in Hoxton Square. This has to be my favourite branch of the well-loved London establishment - while there's still a queue of hungry would-be brunchers snaking out into the road, inside the venue it's spacious and bright, with plenty of room to sit and have a leisurely catch-up over the fantastic food. The interior is Hoxton-cool, with song lyrics above the diner-style serving counter, colourful SMEG fridges (one of which apparently shields a hidden staircase to a speak-easy bar below), and the "world's smallest disco" in the toilets*. First, let's talk about drinks: for the sensible bruncher (or for those who are "never drinking again") there is a decent list of hot and cold drinks - tea, coffee, juices, milkshakes, and plenty of fruity smoothies. And, for the more hard-core drinkers there are brunch-time cocktails...A morning mojito...Bloody Mary, a brunch-time classic...
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