Fried Breakfasts in London
Sometimes you just can't beat a decent fry-up which is why we have rounded up the best places for fried breakfasts in London. See off a hangover in seconds with perfectly crisped bacon, sausages and black pudding or if you're a vegetarian the veggie equivalent plus eggs cooked to order, rounds of toast and lashings of tea and coffee. The best places for a fried breakfast in London may not always be the most obvious but they're certainly the best for kicking a hangover into touch.
200 York Way, King's Cross, London, N7 9AX
(020) 7871 7111
Close to King's Cross, Egg London is a stylish London club featuring five main areas split across multiple levels, an outdoor area with four open air terraces and an impressive central courtyard encouraging revelling until the early hours. Some of worlds best DJs have played at Egg London, playing the best in house, deep and techno.
- One of London’s most established clubbing venues
- Spread over three floors with a huge garden terrace
- Friday nights are all about the new-school DJ talent
- With international superstar DJ’s on Saturday nights
- Techno and house are the main agenda!
More Fried Breakfasts in London
E Pellicci is the perfect establishment for enjoying a traditional English breakfast all day long. Located on the cusp of trendiness on Bethnal Green Road.
332 Bethnal Green Road, Bethnal Green, London, E2 0AG
(020) 7739 4873
Kensington's Ffiona's is a well established, cosy neighbourhood restaurant offering a menu of classic British dishes. Using locally sourced produce, a typical menu may include steak and kidney pie, chicken kiev and sticky toffee pudding. At the weekends Ffiona's offers an Anglo-American brunch menu which includes bacon and eggs, buttermilk waffles and American pancakes.
51 Kensington Church Street, Kensington, London, W8 4BA
(020) 7937 4152
fish! offers a fried breakfast of streaky bacon, eggs, tomatoes, bubble and squeak, baked beans and fried bread. Veggie breakfasts and grilled Scottish kippers with lemon butter and brown bread are also available.
Borough Market, Cathedral Street, Borough Market, Southwark, London, SE1 9AL
(020) 7407 3803
174 Tottenham Court Road, Bloomsbury, London, W1T 7NT
(020) 7387 7149
Fitzrovia Belle is a stylish pub with friendly and attentive staff. There is a comprehensive choice of food and drinks which can be enjoyed outside during fine weather.
When it comes to the ultimate fried breakfast in London, Hawksmoor's sharer for two will be hard to beat! Their mammoth offering includes smoked bacon chop, sausages, (made with pork, beef and mutton), black pudding, short-rib bubble & squeak, grilled bone marrow, trotter baked beans, fried eggs, grilled mushrooms, roast tomatoes, HP gravy and unlimited toast - you may need to wear some elasticated trousers.
10 Basinghall Street, City, London, EC2V 5BQ
(020) 7397 8120
We recommend the crispy bacon, scrambled eggs on a toasted muffin with maple syrup from this splendid restaurant in Crystal Palace.
56 Westow Hill, Crystal Palace, London, SE19 1RX
(020) 8670 4052
Parlour is vibrant venue on Regent Street in Kensal Green. As well as offering a variety of craft beers and world wines, the "(No Subs) Full Parlour Breakfast" is widely regarded as one of the best fried breakfast offerings in London.
5 Regent Street, Kensal Green, London, NW10 5LG
(020) 8969 2184
This delightful cafe in Dulwich Park use Cumberland sausages in their traditional English breakfasts.
Dulwich Park, Off College Road, Dulwich, London, SE21 7BQ
(020) 8299 1383
We recommend the Big Ben Breakfast from this unassuming little cafe on Craven Road, not far from Paddington Station.
13 Craven Road, London, W2 3BP
(020) 7723 3159
For a hearty English fry up head to the smashing Shepherdess Cafe on City Road. Attracting a number of celebrities over the years means you could spot a celeb or two over your morning cuppa.
221 City Road, London, EC1V 1JN
(020) 7253 2463
The Table is located behind Tate Modern and the hustle and bustle of the Southbank. Head chef Shaun Alpine-Crabtree brings an impressive pedigree and a fresh take on modern dishes. The Table's breakfast offering is extensive but the pick of the menu is "The Borough Full English". Including organic fried eggs, streaky bacon, pork & leek sausage, homemade ham hock & chorizo baked beans, tomato, herby mushrooms & sourdough toast. Delicious!
83 Southwark Street, Southwark, London, SE1 0HX
(020) 7401 2760