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Nov 18, 2012 12:54 PM

London - Fab Breakfast Dishes at Bistrot Bruno Loubet

Beautiful Sunday morning today (drastic change from the ominous grey skies of yesterday) & Bistrot Bruno Loubet's large windows let in a lot of sunshine into their airy, lofty restaurant.

Tried a couple of breakfast items:
- Eggs Benedict - P-E-R-F-E-C-T-L-Y executed! 'Nuff said!
- Pancakes with sliced banana, maple syrup and crème fraiche. This was also absobloodylutely excellent!

This place's breakfast alone deserves a Michelin-star ;-)

Address details
Bistrot Bruno Loubet
St John's Square
86-88 Clerkenwell Road
London EC1M 5Rj
Tel: 020 7324 4445

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  1. After seeing that you love beets, I meant to suggest you try their beetroot ravioli (not for breakfast!). I still dream about that dish and its wonderful sage sauce. I never thought of going there for a breakfast, but now I'm tempted.

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    1. re: zuriga1

      "...try their beetroot ravioli (not for breakfast!)..."
      Why not?

      Have you had Bak Kut Teh, or Char Koay Teow, or Nasi Lemak, Phở, sinus-clearing Curry Noodles, or even Dim Sum for breakfast at the crack of dawn? :-)

      1. re: huiray

        LOL! *Not* on their breakfast menu, huiray.

        I'll need to make a dinner visit one day.

        1. re: huiray

          I've never eaten anything at the crack of dawn. :-) My family has a tradition of eating leftover food for breakfast (my brother and sons). They'll eat pizza, Chinese food - whatever. I've done the same. But... ravioli with a sage butter sauce is not what I'd like to eat first thing in the morning. Dim sum just seems in a different category.

          1. re: zuriga1

            "Dim sum just seems in a different category."
            Yet it comprises (amongst other things) savory items of all sorts of stuff including chicken feet or tripe or spare ribs or fish paste stuffed things &etc. :-) No different, qualitatively, from ravioli with a sage butter sauce. ;-P