Where I can get the best breakfast in London?

Have you ever had breakfast around the corner of Holborn tube station

I asked a few of my friends who visited my city a few days back that where in London have you had the best breakfast, and one of them replied "my favorite place is a small diner around the corner of Holborn tube station.

The breakfast is delicious with bacon and eggs, baked beans, chips, really yummy.

Here is a list of best restaurants in London where you can get good quality breakfast, lunch, and dinner:

  1. 1 Lombard Street Brasserie located in City-Central, contact them at Tel 0870 780 8147.
  2. Aubaine located in Chelsea, contact them at Tel 020 7052 0100.
  3. Automat located in Mayfair, contact them at Tel 020 7499 3033.
  4. Bleeding Heart Tavern located in City-West, contact them at Tel 020 7242 8238.
  5. Brasserie de Malmaison located in City-West, contact them at Tel 020 7012 3700.
  6. Brasserie Max located in Covent Garden, contact them at Tel 020 7806 1000.
  7. Cecconi's located in Mayfair, contact them at Tel 020 7434 1500.
  8. City Cafe located in Westminster & Victoria, contact them at Tel 020 7932 4600.
  9. Electric Brasserie located in Kensington, contact them at Tel 020 7908 9696.
  10. The Empress Of India located in East, contact them at Tel 020 8533 5123.
  11. Troubadour located in Chelsea, contact them at Tel 020 7341 6333.

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I love the yummy onion sandwich breakfast at the corner of the Holborn Tube Station

Breasfast is our first meal after a long sleep which according to me should be heavy to keep me going for the whole day, what do you think? 2 comments

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JamaGenee 8 years ago from Central Oklahoma

Whatever the dish is in the bottom pic looks yummy!

As for the notion that breakfast should be heavy, it depends on the day of the week. Personally, the full English breakfast is a bit TOO heavy if one intends to leave the table before lunch! I understand the concept of the four food groups and daily requirements for good nutrition and all that, but prefer not to have them ALL in one meal! On the other hand, after a FEB, one can forget about food until tea time!


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desert blondie 8 years ago from Palm trees, swimming pools, lots of sand, lots of sunscreen

JamaGenee is right, the food in bottom pic looks decadently delicious...crepes? Filled with >>>> ? As one who loves visiting London, whether for breakfast lunch dinner or a pint here and there...I've written about this great city as well! Take a look! http://hubpages.com/travel/London-Three-great-days... enjoy!

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