It’s morning and since Keystone House Hostel does not provide breakfast, I have to look for my own breakfast.
I got to know about The Breakfast Club from the movie Pitch Perfect. While I don’t see what’s so great about the movie, I remembered the title “The Breakfast Club”.
The Breakfast Club sounds like a place for breakfast but does it really exist? I searched on Google and there are actually 11 outlets in London. Let’s go to the The Breakfast Club for some breakfast!
The Breakfast Club at Soho is the first outlet so there is a special significance. It spots a bright yellow facade which makes it impossible to miss. The walls inside are painted yellow too and the wooden tables and chairs gives the restaurant a cosy feel. The walls are filled with knick -knacks pinned by visitors.
The Breakfast Club has every type of breakfast catered for. Whether you want sandwiches, pancakes and waffles , benedicts, brinners, burgers, waffle benedicts or Breakfast Club classics, they have it all. You can find breakfast, lunch, dinner, pudding drink menus and location menus here.
The Full Monty [£10.95] is The Breakfast Club’s version of the big breakfast. Bacon, sausage, black pudding, fried potatoes, mushrooms, beans, tomato, scrambled egg and toast. It is a good breakfast that will start your day right.
Although The Big Breakfast [£5.95] is a smoothie, it really can be considered a meal on its own. Loads of berries such as blackberry, strawberry, raspberry and blueberry are blended with bananas, oat milk, oats and honey. It is delicious and healthy to boot.
The Breakfast Club is THE place to get some good English breakfast but make sure you come early. Apparently I am not the only one who thinks so and the restaurant fills up quickly after 8am.
You can find addresses, telephone numbers, opening times of all 11 outlets here.