London: The Breakfast Club – Have been looking for a good breakfast in London lately and I found this on a recommendation by a friend – The Breakfast Club. I went for a brunch last Saturday and it was a crazily long and cold 45 minutes queue for it. I guess, the food is really good, or the premise is very small.
After spending almost an hour outdoor in the cold air, the lady came out and told us that our table is ready. Indeed, the place is rather small. Hungry and cold, I quickly placed my order and ordered the first thing on the menu, a Full Monty Breakfast @ £9.70, which I guess is one of their best one since it’s the first Club Classic section. It’s a typical English breakfast set which consiss of bacon, sausage, black pudding, eggs, home-style fried potatoes, mushrooms, beans, grilled tomato and toasted multigrain bloomer.
I don’t know whether is it my oriental taste bud is not suiting the English food, or what, I find it not that interesting. Black pudding is the least interesting of all, so do the salty sausage. Overall, it’s somewhat similar to other English Breakfast that I’ve had before, except the potatoes was quite nice. I don’t like the portion of the mushroom was that less. Try the All American pancakes for your first visit, it seems to be a better choice as my friend told me.
Click here for the list of outlets for The Breakfast Club. The one I went to was at Camden Passage, out Angel Station.