Olive Caff, W1T
I can only begin to apologise for what is an unacceptably long absence from the world of Breakfast Blogging (if such a ghastly thing indeed exists). Eggsley has been a busy bee, with job hunting beginning to take a weary toll on my ability to consume greasy and disgusting (yet delicious) food alongside concerns about my arteries deterring my desire to ram sausages down my slimy oesophagus.
That said, you can’t put an end to a great thing like breakfast, and if there’s one place that does breakfast well, it’s Olive.
Café Fresco, W1T
Located just next to Goodge Street station, your humble Eggsley has been frequenting Café Fresco’s charming environs for nearly four years now. Fresco – and it does indeed offer an al fresco dining experience, albeit a rather barebones one – is a charming independent café (I’m still atoning for my sins) that offers complementary reading material that all too quickly reveals the desired audience (hint: frequenters of The Breakfast Club, Hoxton branch are not welcome). One can often while away a morning here, face buried in The Sun, piece of toast in hand and builders tea on the side. It’s a truly fantastic place for a breakfast epiphany (I knew I’d manage to wrangle that sentence in one day).