30 Uxbridge St, Kensington, London W8 7TA
Now this place blew me away. If you’re looking for a breakfast that is a little bit away from the ordinary then look no further.
I mean egg is in its name? There cannot be anything much greater than that, keeping it obvious for ya’ll!
It is split onto two floors which are both crammed full with tables to seat as many people as possible. TIP: Try and get there before 10:30am to beat the rush or be prepared to queue!
Inside is very quaint and well decorated with plants and various pieces on the wall. Service was super quick all staff were very attentive throughout the whole time we were there.
Now down to the main info.. the food.
As you probably guessed, there are a lot of egg dishes on the menu. Ranging from a Mexican omelette, to Turkish eggs to Levantine eggs (almost greek like with fried eggs and tabblouleh!).. the list is endless.
My favourites that I ordered were the sweet potato rosti with goats cheese, honey, pinenuts, dill yogurt and of course, poached eggs. This was a truly dreamy dish.
We also ordered the Calabrian eggs (scrambled eggs folded with ndula, onions and topped with a herb and puffed chick pea salad), crab cake with poached eggs, siracha hollandaise and spinach and finally.. the sweet accessory to any brunch spread, cornflake French toast, with caramelised banana, blueberries and brown butter maple syrup. It was a feast, I was feeling extremely porky as I got up from the table however every single dish was incredible.
They presented each dish on different ornately decorated plates which really added to the whole quirky aesthetic of the place. This pleased me as I do love a cool plate.
Now normally once I have been to a brunch restaurant, unless they change their menu I am not as bothered about going back again – too many brunch spots to hit up! However Eggbreak still has so many dishes I am keen to try including their pancake stack with bacon crumb and their salt beef hash!
This place is not one to miss and I would recommend to anyone. Not to forget that Nottinghill is one of my favourite places in London especially if you have a free weekend to explore and browse the many markets and colourful streets.