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The 10 best breakfast hotspots in London

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Breakfast must be the best meal of the day and we’re not talking about some porridge with healthy fruits. We mean a proper breakfast so you can start your day with a bang. Because basically, breakfast is just fuel to keep you going the whole day. As London is the hotspot when it comes to burgers and high tea, it can also do breakfast pretty damn well. Let’s check out the 10 best breakfast hotspots in the city for you to start the day at its best.

Smoking Goat Shoreditch

Why save Asian food for dinner when you can start your day with it. Go for homemade grilled roti combined with a Vietnamese coffee and fresh juices at the Smoking Goat.

64 Shoreditch High St, London

Passo

From Asian, we go to Italian. If it’s too early for pizza or pasta (impossible) you can try healthy banana and buckwheat pancakes or just cheese toast at Passo. It’s in the simple things when it comes to Italians.

80 City Rd, London

Joe Allen

No burgers for breakfast at this classic American brasserie. Worth a visit just for the interior but if you happen to go for breakfast too make sure to try waffles with loads of syrup or a grilled steak with eggs.

2 Burleigh St, London

Ralph’s Coffee & Bar

The iconic Ralph Lauren bar knows how to do breakfast at its best. New on their menu: Chia Pudding but you can always just opt for the classic Lobster Eggs Benedict. Make sure to try out their coffee too, a custom blend and roast of organically grown beans.

173 Regent St, Mayfair, London

Yosma

No need to travel to Turkey to admire their delights because Yosma serves breakfast inspired by Istanbul. Just order the Breakfast Platter to save yourself time and you will get everything you need for the day.

50 Baker St, Marylebone, London

Kettner’s Townhouse

Soho House London’s iconic restaurant has returned. The reopened iconic hotspot is back and it almost doesn’t matter what they serve because the setting is already enough reason to visit this gorgeous place. But if you wish, there are loads of healthy shakes, cold-pressed juices and botanicals for an energy boost.

29 Romilly St, Soho, London

Isabel

At Isabel, the breakfast speciality is to serve everything on freshly-baked arepas and that looks delicious. Combine them with eggs, avocados or some red fruit for sweetness.

26 Albemarle St, Mayfair, London

Koya City

Breakfast with a Japanese touch at Koya City. It’s never too early for noodles, right? Rice is also always an option combined with poached egg and miso soup. Yum!

10-12 Bloomberg Arcade, London

Brindisa Soho

Time for tapas! At Brindisa Soho can choose between six seasonal ‘tostas’ dishes, including hummus, cheese, sausage and more. Top off with a Virgin Mary or just orange juice, coffee or hot chocolate.

46 Broadwick St, Soho, London

Sartoria

English Breakfast the Italian way, at Sartoria you can enjoy Eggs Purgatorio with spicy tomato, eggs and crostini. Risotto more your thing? Try the Milano with risotto cake, egg and mushrooms.

20 Savile Row, Mayfair, London

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