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Breakfast at Breads Etcetera

09 January 2016

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Happiness on a gigantic plate surrounded by LOTS of my favourite things: freshly baked BREAD, COFFEE & LAUGHS!

Bread Lovers Heaven
I’ve been on a mission to find some new eating spots. Now who doesn’t love Bread, right!? – If you’re looking for an interesting spot to have breakfast or brunch in London with friends, think of Breads Etcetera located on Clapham High St, just a few minutes walk from Clapham Common tube station. A place where you can enjoy unlimited fresh bagels, rye breads, sourdough and more, all freshly baked on-site. Now think various fruity jams, jars of nutella, homemade butter, smooth peanut butter, marmite, hard boiled eggs, and then, EAT as much as you can! Toast and happiness – YUP, a place like this really does exists.

The idea is that you pick your main meal – which includes an extensive list of ‘proper full’ breakfasts (from around the world), fluffy pancakes; and giant omelettes, we didn’t have these but saw the table next to us having these and they’re huge! All the mains included unlimited DIY toast and spreads. A fancy toaster is placed (in the centre of each table) for you to make your own toast but be careful when toasting as they don’t pop very well (there were a few burnt smells in the air coming from the table next to us). Breads Etcetera is a cool venue – simple food made and presented well. They also have some of the most comforting morning beverages like French-style Hot Chocolate and great coffees, but go early, you can’t book ahead (we had to wait 30 minutes for our table).

Final words, you will leave this place stuffed (if you don’t, I want to know why!)

Q: What’s your favourite type of bread for breakfast?

{Thank you Keith Donegan for taking me to Breads Etc, a great breakfast share!}

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Missie Cindz

posted under: Food and Drink, London
  • That place sounds fab! Thanks for sharing :-)

    Do you know whose coffee they use?

    Thanks,
    Brian.