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A 24-hour café opposite Liverpool Street station, serving classic breakfast and brunches.
Immediately opposite the main entrance to Liverpool Street station, this 24-hour café tempts all day and all night. It serves classic breakfast and brunches alongside an evening menu focusing on British favourites. The drinks list ranges from Twinings teas and Italian coffees to local craft beers, English ciders, wines from the new world and champagne. Our most recent visit was on a Sunday morning. The seating on the first floor can be cramped; avoid the corridor perches if you can, as this can feel like dining on a crowded commuter train as customers and waiting staff jostle by. Our breakfasts took a while to arrive, and although the chef might not be a finalist for MasterChef, the meal the job: filling, and competently made. The quality of the maple syrup and the hollandaise sauce could have been a little less like catering pack fare, but with dishes costing under a tenner, you can hardly expect Gregg Wallace and John Torode to be regulating the ingredient quality. Polo is a fast turnaround caff that should set you up for the day ahead, at whatever time of day you’re dropping by.
|Price:||Meal for two with hot drinks and service: around £30.|
|Opening hours:||Open 24 hours a day, daily|
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