Still Hungry in the Morning? : Best Places To Get Breakfast in East London
So, the first 5 best places to get breakfast in East London wasn’t enough. You have tried them all and want more. Ok…so, in Part 2 of the Best Breakfasts in East London we continue…The following are recommendations as given by TripAdvisor.
209 Hackney Road, London E2 8JL
Website : http://www.premisesstudios.com/cafe/
The following review comes from Oliver of Kent:
Fabulous! This is by far the best English breakfast in London. And not only that the service is also great. Our server was really chatty and smiley
155 Brick Lane, London E1 6SB
PrestonGuild pass on his views and experience from visiting the Beigel Shop in Brick Lane, East London:
Oldest bagel shop in London. This is supposedly the first bagel shop in Britain and the oldest one in London. It is reasonably priced, the staff are friendly but I couldn’t help noticing that the bagel shop several doors away had people queuing out of the shop.
St. John Bread and Wine
94-96 Commercial Street, London E1 6LZ
In this review about East London’s St. John Bread and Wine, Angela from Westbury goes on to say:
Great breakfast! This was our first stop on a East End Food tour and was impressed with the decor. The bacon sandwich we had there was very nice as was the homemade tomato sauce. Wished we could have stayed longer.
The Gallery Cafe
21 Old Ford Road, London E2 9PL
Lehcar_hen passes on their verdict about eating at the Gallery Cafe:
Delicious Breakfast/Brunch! Came here on a whim. Even though it’s a tad out of the way would 100% recommend. I got the full Vegan English Breakfast and the sausages were to die for. The woman working there was super friendly and when I asked her for advice, she recommended the ginger carrot latté which was delicious! The food was of great value, with big portions and was all around tasty. Definitely come here if you have the chance!
The English Restaurant
50-52 Brushfield Street, London E1 6AG
Maxbust from Eindhoven, The Netherlands, must of been REALLY hungry to come all this way from Holland to have breakfast at East London’s The English Restaurant. Here is what he has to say about the place:
Amazing Breakfast! A really nice place to eat breakfast, serving crew is very friendly and the breakfast was amazingly good!
27 -29 Thomas More Street, London E1W 1YW
Anthony from London talks about his eating experience at Pumblechooks:
What a range of foods! I stumbled into here for a breakfast on my tod. Great waitress took my order for a full English – what else is there? You can sit inside or outside, watching the TV or not! It is fresh and clean. A fine breakfast ensued, great toast too. Perhaps slightly better quality bacon – but I am really nit picking here. Oh and a good Americano too. A great array of sandwiches and foodstuffs must keep the local regulars really happy.
The Diner – Shoreditch
128-130 Curtain Road, London EC2A 3AQ
The following short review is by Steve from Wiltshire:
Proper job! Stopped whilst out for a post NBA walk and found this. Proper American breakfast and good service. The Lumberjack breakfast was too much for me so must have been big!
97 Stoke Newington Church Street, London N16 0UD
Aktori from Berlin, Germany gives their thoughts about the breakfast at Clicia:
Great for breakfast, lunch and dinner or just a nice coffee. Been coming here for years now as stay nearby when in London. Always love having a great breakfast outside if the weather is nice. Lunch and dinner is pretty good too and often eat with friends. Good Turkish food.
93 Columbia Road, London E2 7RG
Tes from Hornchurch, talks about her experience at eating at Laxeiro’s:
Breakfast. Go here when we visit the flower market. Always for breakfast which is always tasty and good value 3 people all had something to eat and 4 coffees £25 which in London that not bad and it’s all cooked to order so nice and fresh do remember this is a Spanish restaurant and that is reflected in the choices on the menu
26 Hanbury Street, London E1 6QR
Following on from here visit to East London’s Nude Espresso, Rebecca from St Albans, gives her thoughts:
Fabulous! I stumbled if you can call it that across this fabulous coffee shop, and the coffee was delicious. It had a beautiful seating area both inside and out, loved the big deckchairs outside and its a beautiful place to sit and watch the world go by. The staff were very good and attentive. I definitely will be back for more delicious coffee
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