The Breakfast Club - Angel - London
There is nothing better than brunch.
In fact, scratch that - nothing compares to brunch.
Especially after a long weekend of debauchery.
Let's face it, we've all been there.
Waking up in questionable locations, with that banging headache.
That headache where you know that last night, you were just Awesome.
There is only one destination to nurse that dreaded hangover.
That one place in the city that welcomes you with open arms and fluffy pancakes.
The Breakfast Club.
The Only Brew That Is True.
Apple Cinnamon French Toast with Maple Syrup
Reggie The Veggie
The All American
A Feast Fit For Kings
I'm not one to do things by halves, if you're going to be a huge fat then do it properly, and be proud. (Then run 10miles hahahah)
Apple Cinnamon French Toast with Maple Syrup £6.20 - 'Thick eggy bread with cinnamon roasted apples'
Crispy, yet soft french toast with cinnamon apples and maple syrup; do I honestly have to say more?
French toast has that risk of becoming soggy and incurring my wrath. But not at The Breakfast Club; the egg was infused in the bread and it was toasted to perfection.
Reggie The Veggie £9.20 - 'Veggie sausage, home-style fried potatoes, eggs, mushrooms, grilled tomato, beans and toasted multigrain bloomer'
My accomplice, B. demolished that so fast; I was lost for words.
Clearly she did that so I couldn't do what I always do, lean over and fork around on her plate ;P
She's catching on to my tricks.
The All American £9.80 - 'Pancakes, eggs, sausage, home-style fried potatoes, streaky bacon, and maple syrup'
Crispy streaky bacon lying salaciously on fluffy American pancakes, drizzled with maple syrup.
Everyone knows that maple syrup makes everything taste so god damn good.
Sweet and salty.
Uhhh... give me moment.
We all know that combination is a match made in heaven.
Faultless, I simply love lying in a food coma here.
So much I over stayed my welcome.
This place is always busy, but trust me; it is so worth the wait.
Or just go early and avoid peak times.
The Breakfast Club,
31 Camden Passage,
(There are many other locations - I went to this one)