Whilst we didn't have to wait long, be prepare to queue as it is a very popular destination for locals and tourists alike. Unfortunately it was raining, but it didn't dampen our spirits as we knew what awaited us inside would be worth the wait! We eventually got in, and were lead to our table. The decoration inside is minimal but homely; it isn't one of those places where you almost feel afraid to move because everything is so white and clinical.
Georgia and I opted for the ice tea which was delicious! It had a fresh taste of mint and lemon and was the perfect drink for brunch. It was so refreshing, and came in such a gorgeous bottle as well. It's all in the detailing.
Drinks on the table, we all placed our food orders. Being super adventurous, we all opted for the Pancakes with Bacon and Maple Syrup. We were in for a treat when a huge stack of pancakes arrived for each of us. They were American style pancakes which worked perfectly with the salty bacon and super sweet maple syrup. At £9, they certainly weren't the cheapest breakfast I've ever had, but they were definitely one of the best!
The Breakfast Club is the perfect venue if you are looking for something different in London. It's delicious, not awfully expensive and has a lovely chilled out vibe. I think part of the reason you queue is because they don't overcrowd the cafe itself - there's no rushing necessary which is ideal when you are catching up with two of your favourite girls!
Have you ever been to The Breakfast Club?