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A Caravan Holiday Away From Eggs Benedict

Caravan, 11-13 Exmouth Market  London, Greater London EC1R 4QD A busy Saturday night throwing shapes at one of our favourite London haunts – Koko – called for a serious brunch option this Sunday. After broadening our musical horizons with Gilles Peterson’s Worldwide Awards (highlights being Michael Kiwanuka and SBTRKT), it was time to also broaden our egg-horizons and … Continue reading

If you can’t stand the cold, get into Tom’s Kitchen

Tom’s Kitchen, Somerset House, Strand, London WC2R 1LA After the festive period and our brief hiatus from the blogosphere, we have been keen to get our teeth back into the egg scene. You may all by now be familiar with our penchant for building up our appetites with the best of what London has to offer, before … Continue reading

Riding House Cafe: Feasting In Fitzrovia

The Riding House Cafe. 43-51 Great Titchfield St, London W1W 7PQ We’ve been eggblogging for a while now, and we’re getting a steady stream of recommendations for places to try from our friends and via our REAL friends on twitter (@eggbloggers). All suggestions are logged and we’re trying to get through them as quickly as possible, … Continue reading

Bermondsey Kitchen: Do The Eggbloggers Get It Their Way At BK?

Bermondsey Kitchen, Unit 1-2, 194-204 Bermondsey Street, City of London SE1 3TQ We don’t normally like to eat in the kitchen. That’s what dining rooms are for. Or, if, you don’t have a kitchen – then lounges will do the job – provided you do not eat off a plastic lap tray with a picture of … Continue reading

Nude Espresso: Eggbloggers Get Naked In Shoreditch

Nude Espresso, 26 Hanbury St, London E1 6QR Following a hot lead concerning ‘excitable whispers’ about the Eggy B at Nude Espresso from Malcolm Eggs of the London Review Of Breakfasts we decided to check out this little coffee shop and cafe near to Brick Lane in the East End. We hopped off the bus … Continue reading

Wallace & Co: Breakfast out on a Wednesday? Why not!

Wallace & Co, 146 Upper Richmond Road After a slight break from the blogosphere (we have been sidetracked by Glastonbury and a wild egg-chase in Pimlico…) one eggblogger just couldn’t contain their eggs benedict craving any longer. Which is why Wednesday morning saw me fighting bleary eyed through Waterloo station with a post-yoga hangover as dawn … Continue reading

Why Is Eggs Benedict So Called? Benedict Unmasked! (Part 3 of 3)

In the previous post we brought you the life and times of Lemuel Benedict, the New York stockbroker and man-about-town who claims to be the creator of our favourite breakfast – when in 1894 he suggested the recipe to the maître d’hôtel of the Waldorf in an attempt to cure a hangover. But in part one we laid out the two competing … Continue reading

Egg Blog On Facebook

Egg Blog now has a Facebook page! Come and visit, follow the link below: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Egg-Blog/

Canteen: Utterly Buttery On The South Bank

Canteen, Royal Festival Hall, Belvedere Rd After a night of rocking and rolling, jumping and jiving at the Camden Blues Kitchen until the wee hours, there was really only one course of action; brunch. This weekend we followed up with one of Malcolm Eggs of the London Review of Breakfasts’ recommendations and headed down to Canteen … Continue reading

Electric Brasserie: Will You Find What You Want In The Portobello Road?

Electric Brasserie, Portobello Road After a bank holiday lie in we’d built up a hearty appetite – for eggs and for some quality shopping, wandering and cake eating time. There’s almost nowhere better in London to combine those wholesome activities than in W11 – so we hopped on the tube to Ladbroke Grove to enjoy our favourite … Continue reading

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