The Breakfast Club in Soho is the perfect place to head if you are craving a big plate of comfort food in a laid back and friendly atmosphere. This used to be the only Breakfast Club in London - a chain that is slowly growing due to its massive popularity. It offers both British and American dishes such as hamburgers, fried breakfasts, milkshakes and salads. The restaurant's exterior is warm and welcoming, with large windows framed in bright yellow frames. Inside, as its name suggests, there is an 80s film theme - with old 1980's posters and other memorabilia. The atmosphere is bustling, particularly at lunchtimes, when the young and hip workers from the local area come here to get stocked up on food for the afternoon.
The Breakfast Club Soho
33 D'Arblay Street
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7434 2571
Website: Official Breakfast Club Soho Website
|January - December||Monday - Sunday||08:00 - 15:00|
Tube: Piccadilly Circus (Brown Line / Bakerloo Line, Blue Line / Piccadilly Line)
How to book:
You cannot book to eat in the Breakfast Club. If you want to eat at the Breakfast Club, simply turn up and you can join a queue if there is not a table available for you. To avoid having to queue it is best to head to the restaurant outside of the busy times (these will generally be from 13:00 to about 14:30 on Mondays to Fridays and at weekends around midday).