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Egg Break

From the outside London’s hottest new brunch spot doesn’t look quite the way you might expect…

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Which, if anything, makes it cooler.

The Soho House team have taken over a sorry old Thai joint and turned it into an all-day-breakfast dreamboat.

Two floors of eggcellence.

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Complete with cosy corners for lazy sessions with friends.

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There’s a long ol’ list of drinks, juices and caffeine.

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You can keep your smoothie, I’ll stick with my iced latte.

 

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Unable to choose, Luca and I ordered a fair few bits to share.

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Broken eggs with chorizo, cheese, Siriacha, tomato and sour cream.

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Pork belly bun with fried egg, rocket and siriacha mayo (on pillowy soft brioche I might add).

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Same again, with brisket instead of pork belly.

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Eggs royale, a classic… done to perfection.

Along with a side of salty avocado and jalapeño fries.

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The place is huge, and was largely empty this morning, so I can’t imagine you need to book.

Find them near Notting Hill Gate, 30 Uxbridge Street to be exact.

Open Weds to Sunday, 7am-6pm.

Next time, I’m trying the cocktail menu (which is as long as your arm!)

But for now, I’m off to meetings.

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New butter soft, suede loafers. (Also in pink and black, and way cheaper than the ones you think they are!)

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Sunnies // Suede biker jacket // Silk cami

*Long star necklace*

Skinny jeans // Chanel Boy

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Not a bad start to my morning… in fact you could say it was cracking!

Gather your favourites and make a trip to Egg Break, I know you’ll love it.

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