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said what about breakfast at Tiffany’s Cecconi‘s? She said “Yeah alright then” and so off we went. Cecconi’s is glam, very glam. When we visited we were surprised by the amount of business men, celeb looking, botox wearing and designer clad customers.

At 9am the atmosphere was electric, it felt like we were in Paris during the 60’s. The food we have to admit wasn’t anything special although we did only have the All Bran which at £4 a bowl isn’t cheap. We drank orange and grapefruit juice, £3.75 a pop and we have to say it tasted suspiciously like concentrated carton juice.

The coffee was good – hot and fresh although the service was a little full on for our liking, the staff literally kept checking for dishes every 2 minutes. But even with all of these niggles we will definitely return just because of atmosphere, it really does feel like the hub of London. It’s the place to see and be seen at breakfast time, the place where deals are sealed and we have to admit it we left feeling slightly more glam than when we arrived.

Cecconi’s, 5a Burlington Gardens, W1S