EggBreak, Notting Hill

Ann Hall |

Eggbreak, Notting Hill

A neighbourhood kitchen in Notting Hill, EggBreak has a new chef, a new menu and a new focus: Eggs...

What.../ Locally and ethically sourced artisan food, with the focus on eggs, cooked in a neighbourhood kitchen. Who.../ Local Notting Hillbillies, arty types out for brunch On the menu.../ Eggs. Eggs. And some more eggs. Breakfast is served right through til 11pm. Choose from smashed avocado on sourdough toast (with poached eggs) or cornbread waffles (with fried eggs). Dinner is the new focus, and we can recommend the crispy chicken wings (from whence come eggs) with soy, ginger and spring onion, or the bacon cheeseburger - you may have an egg on top if you wish. Venue.../ Freshly designed interiors that make you feel like you could snuggle up in your pyjamas. We went and here's why you should go.../ We went in the evening, to see how good it is to have breakfast for dinner. And it is good. Feeling healthy - try an EggBreak pot with chia seeds, coconut and almond milk. Feeling sweet - have some crunchy French toast, with blueberry, blackberry and maple syrup. Feel like sharing - there's stuffed flatbread. Or for something eggstra - the Mexican omelette with avocado and chilli... How much?.../ Around £10 a dish, plus extras Wine £5/6 for a small glass Where...? Two minutes from Notting Hill Gate tube station: 30 Uxbridge Street, W8 7TA EggBreak Reservations only for dinner
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