Tag: Brinner

We have so many options for you in London for Breakfast week!

Firstly, how about cooking your own? Pancake day is coming up too so why not get a little bit of practice in early. Gym bunny? Don't be sad about missing your egg white omelettes, you can have some peanut free peanut butter or some chocolate free chocolate spread on those pancakes, both with a bit protein punch from newly launched food range, myHi.

Bunnychow

Charcoal Breakfast Bunny

South African street-food concept and Winner of Breakfast Week’s ‘Most Innovative Breakfast’ in 2015, Bunnychow in Soho are celebrating the most important meal of the day with a BOGOF offer on their newly-evolved ‘Breakfast Bunnies’ for the duration of ‘Breakfast week’.

Bunnychow are still determined to reinvigorate our tired breakfast routines with their bold, inventive and now lighter breakfasts. Infinitely better than soggy cornflakes and cold toast, ‘Bunnys’ are freshly baked loaves, hollowed out, crammed with delicious and diverse breakfast fillings and topped with a bread ‘lid’. 'Breakfast Bunnys' will be available in the spectrum of nutrient rich bunny bread including a matcha green tea energy boost bread and detoxifying charcoal brioche.

The delicious newly-honed fillings include:

‘Vegetarian Breakfast Bunny’: salsa beans, aubergine, beetroot, peppers, garlic, sage and thyme, spinach, pickled and spice kicked red onions. Finished with a fried egg. 

Award-winning ‘British Breakfast Bunny’: sausage, salsa beans, fried egg, bacon and black pudding served in any of the new bunny bread.

‘Yoghurt Brioche Bunny’: baby brioche filled with Greek low fat yoghurt, breadcrumbs, walnuts and raisin mix and topped with either orange and strawberry or red berries and both are finished with chilli and mint.

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Newly opened and a further healthy optionGood & Proper Tea, have just launched their very first crowd-funded bricks and mortar Shoreditch tea shop, and guess what?! They

have created a delectable Breakfast Week offer: 

'Crump Madame' & a Breakfast Brew £5

Classic Sourdough Crumpet w/mustard butter, ham & all melted cheese, topped with a fried egg & cracked pepper

Breakfast Brews: Assam, Ceylon or Kenyan 

Avocado Crumpet & a Matcha Latte £5 

Rye Sourdough Crumpet w/smashed avocado, cream cheese, lemon & cracked pepper

Matcha Latte w/Coconut or Almond Milk

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More Protein-packed options with naturally low in fat, nutrii Quark who have partnered with South Place Hotel to create a limited-edition superfood juice and smoothie menu. Begin your day with the ‘Indian Detox’, a nutritious blend of nutrii Quark, beetroot and orange juice, turmeric, coriander and agave syrup. It's the perfect post-gym pick-me-up! The menu is available all January. 

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Get ready, set, run! Cuckoo Bircher Muesli (www.cuckoofoods.co.ukinvites you to kickstart Breakfast Week with a… run! In partnership with LDN Brunch Club, Cuckoo has organised a 8 and 15 miles run across London. The route is  packed with breath taking views and runners will be crossing iconic bridges as well as discovering secret hidden gems along the way. All runners will be greeted with delicious Cuckoo pop-up muesli bar serving colourful and zesty breakfast at the finish line! The run will take place on Sunday, the 24th of January at 10am, starting at Nike Lab Shoreditch.

 

Village East

If you're not one for all this healthy stuff then get a Campfire Breakfast down your throat, complete with barbeque baked beans, 2 fried eggs, slow-roasted pork shoulder – £9

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Combining the best three early morning items, eggs, beans and pork, Village East’s belly-busting Campfire Breakfast is a fitting way to celebrate Breakfast Week. Available on Village East’s weekday breakfast and weekend brunch menus. 

 

Orr - Confit Turkey Hash with poached eggs, spinach – £10

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Percy & Founders

To accompany breakfast dishes including healthy morning meals such as homemade bircher muesli with apple & honeycomb (£5) to the more indulgent baked eggs with chorizo, avocado & tomato salsa (£7), Fontina Waffles with chicken, poached egg, maple & bacon (£12.50) and Vanilla French Toast with almonds & fresh berries (£10), all-day restaurant Percy & Founders are offering a free Reads coffee throughout Breakfast Week.

Breakfast/Brunch at Percy & Founders is available from 7.30am-11.30am Monday to Friday, 9am – 4pm on Saturday and 9am – 5pm on Sundays.

Don't have time to get to breakfast in the morning? Not one of those people that can eat when they get up? not to worry- there's always Brinner!

Brinner at OXBO Bankside; ‘(brin-ner) adj. breakfast for dinner.

In honour of National Breakfast Week, OXBO Bankside will be serving a full 'Brinner' menu.  Tuck into Head Chef Paul Bates' gluten free aubergine pancakes, crushed avocado, rocket and cherry tomatoes (£14) or Worcestershire air dried ham on sour dough with a fried duck egg (£15) and wash it all down with an OXBO special Bloody Mary. Alternatively try the grilled lamb sausages, halloumi cheese and hummus served in warm pitta bread (£15). All dishes can be ordered as small or large and will be served alongside the regular a la carte menu. Nestled in the heart of London’s Bankside, OXBO Bankside serves innovative British cuisine with a global twist, using supplies from specialist producers and local traders at Borough Market. To book your 'Brinner' call 0207 5933 900 or email info@oxbobankside.co.uk

Sartoria is a new breakfast destination

Savile Row’s Sartoria, which has recently re-opened following an extensive refurbishment, is now serving  breakfast along with its all-day dining menu. Highlights are Francesco Mazzei’s Eggs Purgatorio (Baked eggs, spicy tomato & n’duja sauce with crostoni), The Italian Job (Roasted tomatoes, pancetta, grilled polenta, avocado, Tuscan sausage, fried egg) and Eggs Florentina (Poached eggs on buttered spinach and cheese sauce). From the bar, guests will be able to choose from homemade granola, cereals and porridge as well as croissants and bread baskets with different jams, spreads and honey. With fabulous lighting, cosy banquettes and exceptional location, this is surely one of the most glamourous new breakfast in town. http://www.sartoria-restaurant.co.uk/

 

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For breakfast week (25th-31st Jan) we have put together a list of the finest breakfast destinations in town… with a twist. We have highlighted the top BRINNER hotspots for those who fancy a bit of breakfast for dinner!

THE LIDO CAFE – www.thelidocafe.co.uk

This poolside paradise will be celebrating breakfast week by serving up their legendary brekky every evening. The award winning café is already renowned locally for their exceptional culinary fare and range of dishes – from their more delicate and dainty options to their hearty and hangover throttling English Breakfasts. Their organic porridge with fruit compote  has recently been voted one of London’s top 100 dishes by Time Out magazine, and this year they are pulling out all the stops with the genius Eggs 3 Ways. This is bound to satisfy your cravings all in one go by combining eggs benedict, florentine, and royale all on one plate! Now you can get your eggy fix in one swoop…

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BREW – www.brew-cafe.com (top image)

Loved for their deliciously innovative Antipodean menu, any time is brunch time at Brew…. and that includes the evening. With locations in Putney, Battersea, Clapham and Wimbledon, BREW’s menu is inspired by owner Jason Wells travels, with particular influence coming from the diverse likes of Israel and New York. Not one to be constrained by convention, Jason favours eclectic combinations of unusual ingredients, so breakfast, brunch and BRINNER guests can expect creations such as Turkish eggs (poached and served with hung yoghurt, hot chilli butter and toasted pide) and pan-fried field mushrooms with aged balsamic and pesto sitting alongside the more familiar brunchy delights of soft-boiled Burford Brown eggs and soldiers (with a choice of Marmite or Vegemite, of course!), home-made granola with roasted plums, and even coco pops! At 8pm? Why not? Brew regulars rave about the Brindisa chorizo scrambled eggs on sourdough toast – spicily satisfying any time of day. The only criteria is the finest fresh produce, locally sourced and in-season wherever possible, and fabulous flavour combinations. The result? Food you want to eat, morning, noon and night!

 

POLO 24 HOUR BAR – www.polo24hourbar.co.uk

Rise and shine to the London skyline with Britain’s best dish, served by Britain’s best cafe. Polo 24 Hour Bar will be upping their ante this Breakfast Week with their mighty Breakfast Pie. Never one to turn their back on the traditional full English, Polo will be incorporating all your brekky favourites into their classic pie of the day. Think Cumberland sausage, dry cured bacon, cheddar gorge cheese medley all topped with a free range fried egg and crumbled black pudding and encased within a crisp pastry case. This pie is taking no prisoners with its full bodied flavours and hearty portions. So toss out your toast and marmalade and cast aside your cuppa as you embark on a Breakfast Week adventure.

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VINGT-QUATRE - www.vq24hours.com

London’s popular 24 hour café & diner prides itself on serving their legendary breakfast menu, featuring everything from bubble ‘n’ squeak to eggs benedict, around the clock.  A full Late Night Refreshment Licence means they never have to close, and you can enjoy your breakfast with champagne, wine, or a cocktail.. so celebrate ‘brinner’ at VQ this breakfast week.

More Breafast images to get your heart racing - all from Brew.

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Breakfast with Charles, a collective dedicated to reinvigorating London’s brunch scene, announce details of their upcoming events at two exciting London venues.

On Sunday 5th October, enjoy a one-off seasonal menu at The Rooftop Café, nestled at the foot of The Shard. Focused on the finest locally produced autumnal ingredients, you can expect homemade granola with plum and gin compote, girolles served alongside the signature “hour-long” egg and slow-cooked venison haunch with mixed root hash and a currant and cobnut dressing. On Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th October, the innovative brunch concept moves to The Pillbox Kitchen, Bethnal Green, to showcase the best BWC dishes from the past year.

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Breakfast with Charles create innovative brunch menus for a series of pop-up events at venues across London, drawing on experiences from around the globe. The brunch fanatics aim to introduce a slower paced, longer brunch concept (recently the term ‘brinner’ has been doing the rounds), with menus given the time and attention they deserve. Breakfasters can expect the likes of a six-course tasting meal, with dishes nodding to breakfast, using ingredients and cooking normally reserved for later in the day.

Sunday 5 October 2014

The Rooftop Cafe, The Exchange, 28 London Bridge St, London SE1 9SG

Two sittings available: 11:30am and 2:30pm

Tickets available online

£35, includes a glass of prosecco on arrival, three breakfast-inspired canapés and three courses

JUST ANNOUNCED, 18-19 October: ‘Breakfast with Charles’ residency at The Pillbox Kitchen in Bethnal Green

On Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th October, Breakfast with Charles will be showcasing the best of their brunch dishes from the past year with an à la carte offering, complete with starters, mains and desserts. Expect an all-day brunch across the whole weekend, alongside cocktails, beers by Bristol-based Wiper & True and a specially handpicked selection of wines from Jascots.

Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th October 2014

The Pillbox Kitchen, 115 Coventry Road, Bethnal Green, London, E2 6GG

10:00am - 5:00pm

Reservations by email only: breakfastwithcharles@gmail.com