Delicately balanced on top of avocado slices and sourdough toast or baked Spanish-style with tomato and chorizo, Londoners know how they like their eggs in the morning.
Berwick Street’s breakfast and brunch menus are packed with egg-cellent choices for you to dip into – here’s our selection of dishes in the area.
Loyal to the seasonal Spanish and Italian inspired cuisine, Ember Yard’s recently launched brunch menu sees a wave of delicious ingredients from warmer climates into Soho. Think baked eggs with chorizo, tomato, mushrooms, peppers and spinach, £6.50, or avocado and grilled spring onions on flatbread with chilli, garlic and topped with a poached egg, £7.
Yumchaa's brand new breakfast menu is sure to get you feeling ready for the day ahead. Try their free range egg and bacon muffins, eat in £3.10 or take away £2.95, with a fruit pot side, £3.50, to get you energised. Don't miss their pastries delivered daily from Artisan Bakery too, from £1.80.
Plus, for June only, buy any breakfast item and get a regular tea or coffee for free from 8am-10am daily.
The latest brunch kid on the block, Polpetto is now serving up a whole host of delicious sweet and savoury breakfast options to devour. Try the smoked salmon, scrambled eggs and toasted sourdough, £7, or the soft poached eggs with scafata (that’s a traditional veg-loaded dish from Umbria, Italy), £6. Finish with a breakfast bellini, £6.
Take a trip to Mexico without leaving Soho at El Camion, for a whole feast of free-range egg dishes. Try the huevos rancheros, served with black beans and spicy tomatoes on the side, £8, or the breakfast burrito complete with two runny eggs for £7. Add some delicious chorizo for an extra £1.50.
Sat-Sun: From noon until 4pm
Damson & Co
Spice up breakfast time by heading to Damson & Co for their signature green Shakshuta; a fiery spinach omelette with baked eggs, rather than beaten, feta and sweet smoked paprika. An immune-system booster that will surely get your taste buds tingling.
Served daily from 9am
The Duck and Rice
Tired of eggs? We have another option for you - try the Dim Sum Brunch Menu at British pub cum Asian restaurant The Duck and Rice. This special weekend menu has an even larger selection of dim sum sitting alongside a selection of classics from their regular menu, such as Har Gau, £6, a classic steamed prawn filled dumpling with king prawns and bamboo.
Sat-Sun: From noon until 4.30pm