Across the road from Notting Hill Gate station, around a side street you will find the Eggbreak. It may have a plain and simple exterior but chances are that there is a long queue of Londoners awaiting their Sunday brunch.
We thought we had left ahead of the crowd but alas, we had a twenty minute wait ahead of us.
Notting Hill really is a blogger’s dream come true!
Spread across two floors, while the top floor is light and airy, the bottom floor is intimate and cozy.
The brunch menu is honestly one of the most original and interesting I have seen in a long time.
We went for the Turkish Eggs with Nduja on the side. Poached eggs, dill yogurt chilli and a cheese toastie.
I have one word for this, wow, just wow! The slightly tangy dill yogurt along with the spicy nduja and rich cheese toastie made this such an incredible dish and so different from the usual Eggs Benny.
All washed down with some cold pressed ginger and apple juice.
As stuffed as we were, we were really keen to have something sweet to end our incredible meal. So they kindly allowed us to order one, yes just one, pancake with berries and maple caramel sauce. Soft, fluffy and oh my, that maple caramel sauce!
Like looking at an array of tropical flavoured sorbet.
The closest tube station is Notting Hill and you can find out more here.
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