Breakfast Club

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Soho

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    The Breakfast Club
  • The Breakfast Club

    Heloise Bergman / Time Out

    The Breakfast Club
  • The Breakfast Club

    Heloise Bergman / Time Out

    The Breakfast Club
  • The Breakfast Club

    Heloise Bergman / Time Out

    The Breakfast Club
  • The Breakfast Club

    Heloise Bergman / Time Out

    The Breakfast Club
  • The Breakfast Club

    Heloise Bergman / Time Out

    The Breakfast Club
  • The Breakfast Club

    Heloise Bergman / Time Out

    The Breakfast Club
  • The Breakfast Club

    Heloise Bergman / Time Out

    The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

Heloise Bergman / Time Out

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  • Address:

    Breakfast Club 33 D'Arblay Street
    London
    W1F 8EU

  • Venue phone:

    020 7434 2571

  • Venue website:

    www.thebreakfastclubsoho.com

  • Opening hours:

    Meals served 8am-9pm Mon-Wed; 8am-10pm Thur-Fri; 9am-10pm Sat; 9am-7pm Sun

  • Transport:

    Tube: Oxford Circus or Tottenham Court Road tube

  • Price:

    Set dinner £15 3 courses.

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Lauren

Hearty full English breakfast. Not bowled over by the decor and I've had superior breakfasts, but if you're hungover or just hungry it will hit the spot!

Dave

Charming and unpretentious, the BYOB policy gives TBC a feel of having a drink and a meal in a friend's flat. We were able to book a large table for 9 people on a Thursday evening without any issue. It took a little time to get served and get food, but as we had our own alcohol the time passed quickly, and the food was delicious once it arrived. Would definitely recommend for a pleasant catch-up with friends in Soho.

Elsie

One of my favourite places to eat! The design inside is quirky and fun. But the best part is... bring your own booze!

Chris

I thought we would try this place out seeing that the place is never short of a 10m long queue outside. We woke up early and got there by 8.30 just to find it closed. After a stroll around soho we ventured back to d,arblay street to find a queue starting to form. As soon as the breakfast club opened we were shown to our table promptly by the scruffy looking staff in dirty flip flops but this is soho, so I suppose they call that stylish. Our table was at the back of the premises squeezed in between an American couple and another guy who I guess from his actions was also , like us, just giving this place a try. I'm not being nosey but the reason I mentioned that is that the place is so crammed that you will not help but hear the neighbouring table's conversation. A description of the atmosphere would be American diner feel married with a very European-esque petite cafe with yellow walls, random American decorations, school chairs set up in a rather unhygienic feeling place. We were given out beautifully laminated menus printed on a double sided a4 sheet and I ordered a cappuccino. Faced with an abundance of calorific options a smile was still maintained on my face. There was a choice between fat, fatter and even fatter, no short of my expectations. Finally, I opted for pancake with bacon, sausage and fried egg but swapped the fried potato for mushrooms. They had no problem with that. My partner ordered a veggie breakfast. The food took a while to arrive and by then the restaurant was completely full. The quantity was truly huge, a few rashers of bacon crispy like the crunch of stepping on fresh fallen autumn leaves, sausage was nice, lots of mushrooms which were meaty but I've had better and the pancake was something I could have gotten for 60p in a supermarket. Now why only 3 stars? The coffee was quite terrible, considering that you're charging the same price as flat white, f&g and 197 just down the road. The bacon, despite crispy, was just not very tasty. Vegetarian sausage was what dropped the score hugely for me. Just plane eww... Wanted to spit it out but managed to swallow it to avoid embarrassment. Overall I think it's jus overpriced and there is just far too much hype. You can do better going just a bit down the road at one of the many other places soho has to offer.

AP

This place is dirty and unhygienic. Period. Case in point: I went to use the one-person bathroom downstairs, and the chef came out before I went in. After using the toilet, I realised the bathroom had NO soap in it. There was not even a drop of soap left in the dispenser... it seemed like it had never been filled. I can't imagine where the chef found his soap, but I couldn't find any. Sure, many customers like this place and the food is good, but I value a bit of cleanliness and hand-washing at my restaurants. I will not be going back.

Marston Cutler

Went there on a recommendation as we were in the area. Managed to grab the last table, people arriving a few minutes later were turned away. Menu was varied, portions were epic, everything tasted great, service was quick and polite. They'd pitched the level of 'quirky' just about right. Thoroughly enjoyable.

zuzie

Food is always cold! And really boring after such a lovely looking menu! So disappointing when you have your hopes up and ready to devour what should be a delicious brunch. Have tried and tired again, no going to stop!