Here has landed and with it comes a bucket load of fun. First to open their doors canal side were The Breakfast Club with their latest offering from their collective of London cafes. The interiors play homage to the original D’Arblay Street, Soho venue which opened back in 2005 with old school vintage furniture, reclaimed 70’s wallpaper and lighting. East
The food is similar to the other sites, with signature dishes like pancakes and huevos on offer and some new additions such as fried chicken with sage waffles, maple syrup and chill butter – HELLO. For us, a weekend breakfast normally means filling up (and getting rid of our hangover) AND the Full Monty; Bacon, sausage, black pudding, eggs, home-style fried potatoes, mushrooms, beans, grilled tomato & toasted multigrain bloomer does just that for £10.50.[URIS id=66733]
Given you need a little time to let the food settle, what better way than by the river, outside in a deck chair sitting in the sun. Part of the creative hub at Here East this place is going to be jumping like 21 jump street all summer long. Better get some weekend booked in…oh and Happy Hour is every night 5-7pm. CHIN CHIN.
The Breakfast Club, 29 East Bay Lane, Canalised, Here East, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London, E15 2GW