Good morning everyone! I would like to introduce you to my new favourite breakfast spot in London: The Breakfast Club. On Saturday Tania from TheLondonThing, Stephanie, and I had a little photo-shoot in Hoxton Square! I walked past it on the way to meet the girls and saw a MASSIVE queue outside (Never seen a queue for a cafe before…) After the shoot we decided to go there for brunch- Thankfully by then the queue had dispersed, but it’s clearly a hugely popular place, and I can see why!
Apart from the amazing food and fresh coffee, it’s the vibe inside the cafe that makes it such a great place to be. All the staff are so friendly and relaxed, and the table sizes range from cute little tables for two, to large communal tables, which just adds to the friendliness of the place.
Now lets get to my favourite part: The Interiors.
With an open diner-style kitchen, and a mixture of both white painted, and brick walls, it’s the quirky accessories that make the Interiors of this little place so special! lots of comfy sofas, and miss-matched lighting make it feel so warm and homely, you could honestly stay in there all day. There are lots of vintage signs on the walls, and sweet little displays of bottles, as well as other retro accessories such as the old TV on top of that awesome Smeg Fridge (below) as well as cute radio’s, toys, and photographs to add to the fun- I could have spent hours just gazing at the walls!
It really shows how the Interiors can make or break a place, as the design plays such a huge part of how you feel once your are inside, and how long you stay. I would definitely recommend this place to anyone looking for somewhere to spend a long lazy Sunday brunch-time with good friends, you won’t regret it!
Stephanie and Tania