Eggbreak is a contemporary cafe serving brunch and lunch in the heart of Notting Hill. If you are not following the London food trends on Instagram, you might have walked past it wondering why is there always a queue of people waiting to be seated outside this otherwise small coffee shop.
Well, there is a good reason – not only is their menu super varied, with both sweet and savoury options, but the food itself is absolutely delicious. We paid a visit to Eggbreak on a rainy Sunday noon, hoping that the queue wouldn’t be too long. The bad news was that ther was a 50 minutes wait to get a table.
The good news is using the WalkIn app, you can now queue remotely. Meaning that you can sit in a nearby coffee shop and wait for your turn without having to stand in the rain. We really liked that feature which made the wait go by a lot quicker than in some other places.
On the inside, Eggbreak is cosy and light. With an interior that makes it seem a lot like you are having tea at your auntie’s house in the countryside. Overall, a really pleasant and welcoming atmosphere.
Food at Eggbreak London
Now, onto the food. After a long analysis of the menu, we chose the omelette with avocado and sourdough bread and their Turkish eggs; two poached eggs in yoghurt with dill and a cheese toastie.
We were really tempted to go for their new creation, the Nutella toast. But we thought that, for our first visit, we should try what the place is best known for, their eggs.
It was different than most of the brunch dishes I’ve had before. The combination with the cheese toastie left me super satisfied and quite full. The dishes we ordered varied from £12 to £13. I would say that, for the amount and the quality of food you get, it is definitely justifiable.
If you are in the area and you don’t mind queuing for a while for some really nice eggs and some other extras, we would definitely recommend Eggbreak.
Eggs All Day, Every Day, Any Way
30 Uxbridge St, Kensington, London W8 7TA