loti eats: egg break

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opened in Notting Hill at the beginning of the month, a co-lab between Ennismore, the peeps behind The Hoxton and Soho House. The laid back little joint is located just around the corner from Notting Hill tube station on a quiet residential street. Inside it’s pretty simple and light, but it’s the menu that makes it worthy of a trip. Themed all around eggs (yep the clue really is in the name) there’s a good selection that ranges from pure filthy to healthy and light – hey this is Notting Hill people, they don’t all want deep fried and dirty! Of the lot we LOVED the Fried Chicken and Egg bap with green tomato, red onion and mayo; the bacon and kale bap; the crispy polenta, mushroom ragu and fried egg; and the deep fried cabbage.

Then there’s the desserts. Baked salted caramel custard, chocolate tart with charred marshmallow and lemon bar with burnt butter crust. It’s fair to say we stuck to the unhealthy side of the menu but hey you gotta do what you gotta do. Get down for some eggs-tremely tasty dishes…And you thought we’d gone pun free.

30 Uxbridge Street, Kensington, London, W8 7TA,