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Oct 12, 2007 03:53 PM

American Breakfast in London

Anyone know where to get a good American breakfast in London (any part)?

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  1. It might help if you say what a good American breakfast is to you. Streaky bacon, pancakes (American-style), waffles etc.

    1. Harlem in Westbourne Grove

      1. Christopher's in Covent Garden ( does great American style brunches, and you can often get a good rate through

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        1. re: babybat

          I second Christopher's, go on the weekend brunch to have, hands down, the best eggs benedict in the country.
          The blackened chicken is also great, and the blueberry pancakes with compote are to die for.

          1. re: AgentRed

            I saw the thread title and wondered if anyone would mention Christopher's. Me and my other half (who is American) went to Christopher's for breakfast some years ago (probably 7-8) and we both thought the breakfast was pretty poor. We dined a la carte. I don't recall a brunch option being available back then.

        2. The Breakfast Club in Soho
          Tinseltown in Hampstead or Farringdon
          Squat and Gobble around Goodge Street (part of SF-based chain)
          probably at Whole Foods on Kensington High Street too

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          1. re: zoej

            Wait - are you KIDDING? Part of the SF chain? How did I miss this? How does it compare?

          2. i've never been but isnt Automat on Dover street supposed to be good?

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            1. re: foreignmuck

              I was unimpressed with Automat. I didn't have breakfast, only lunch, so can't comment on what they may serve in the morning or for a brunch. It was all a bit funny for me because I remember the real Automats in NYC and Phila. Now that concept in London would be fun!

              1. re: foreignmuck

                automat's breakfast is good.
                also, the wolsley around the corner has a good brunch...not sure how 'american' it is.
                lucky seven in westbourne grove too.