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It doesn’t get much better than spending your Sunday kicking back in a café, watching the world go by on Regents Canal.
Barge House stands out amongst the myriad of places to eat and drink here, largely because their iconic signature dish ‘Breakfast in Bread’ is one of the few things worth dragging yourself out of bed for...
There are four options to choose from; I went for the bespoke sourdough loaf stuffed with smoked salmon, crème fraiche, spinach, leeks, oyster mushrooms, topped with an egg and heaped with melted cheese. Er. Mah. Gerd. This heavenly, melty, gooey goodness really does taste as good as it sounds. It’s soul-satisfying food made from seasonal, local ingredients. And if you’re feeling fragile, wash it all down with a Bloody Mary concocted from house infused vodka: Cucumber, Rosemary or Chilli. Hair of the dog and all that.
You can walk off your inevitably humungous food baby with a stroll along the beautiful towpath, which takes you past Victoria Park, Broadway Market, Camden Lock and London Zoo. Barge House will quickly become one of your regular weekend haunts.
Anyone who takes an entire loaf of bread, hollows it out and fills it with delicious breakfast items is a winner in my book. The Barge House breakfast/brunch and bloody mary's are the perfect antidote to a hang over or snotty cold. Choose from one of three infused vodkas (cucumber, chilli or rosemary) and order an extra side of fresh chilli for maximum boost!
The interiors and surroundings are so lush, in a kinda stripped back industrial way. On a sunny day sit outside and while away the hours watching cyclists zoom by dangerously whilst sipping on a ice cold glass of wine or lovely (Climpson's Arch) coffee; the perfect Saturday pursuit.
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