Are you looking to start your morning off the right way? Across London, restaurants and cafes are breaking the boundaries when it comes to offering up unique breakfast menus. Influenced by cuisine from around the world, you can find the perfect Nordic or Peruvian breakfast right on London's doorstep. If you consider yourself an adventurous foodie then you can't afford to miss out on these 7 hotspots in London...
Immerse yourself in South Asian culture by visiting Hoppers restaurant in Soho on Frith Street, with décor designed to make you feel like you are in the middle of Sri Lanka. Hoppers serves a traditional dish that is available all day, it consists of fermented batter pancakes in a bowl-like shape made from coconut milk and rice flour, served with fried eggs and a combination of fresh coconut shredded and of course chilli and spices.
This restaurant offers customers an experience of Nordic cuisine by introducing dishes inspired by the Danish way of life. The Scandinavian's are bringing their culture alive within their St James's London restaurant. The restaurant serves a traditional Nordic breakfast, Raggmunk (Swedish crispy potato pancake) a possible alternative to hash browns, lingonberries and crispy bacon. There is also a smoked eel benedict on the menu and the restaurants own Fika menu is arriving soon. www.aquavitrestaurants.com/london/
The Good Egg
This restaurant blends Middle Eastern cuisine with a 'New York attitude'. Situated in Stoke Newington, the restaurant provides a taste of the Middle East's finest dishes, such as; Iraqi fried aubergine and egg pita, drizzled with tahini and zhoug (spices, coriander & chillies). The restaurant is also located just a stone's throw away from Berkeley's Woodberry Down development.
Fancy a Peruvian brunch? Well visit LIMA Floral for a South American experience in Covent Garden. This restaurant is showcasing Peruvian flavours and ingredients for the adventurous people of London. Sample the weekend brunch menu to excite your taste buds with dishes such as; beef empanadas, seabream ceviche and chicken alto andes.
Eneko at One Aldwych
Looking to try a different flavour and unique culture? Well, cuisine from the Basque Country (Euskal Herria) might be for you! Located in one of London's five-star hotels, One Aldwych, not far from Leicester square underground station sits this quirky but traditional restaurant providing an insight in to Basque cuisine. With not many restaurants offering this style cuisine, Eneko, is unsurprisingly in demand. They have a weekend brunch menu that serves dishes such as; traditional Euskal Azoka street food, talo, oxtail, cerdito caliente 'hot hog', Arroz de Setas and many more. Eneko at One Aldwych is also located close to St George's One Blackfriars development.
Honey & Co
In the heart of London, you can find another Middle Eastern breakfast spot on Warren Street. This popular spot provides their 'Big Breakfast' menu, serving all traditional Middle Eastern food for an alternative breakfast choice.
Camino, Kings Cross
This Spanish restaurant is a chain of six across London and brings a kind of warmth to your morning, their Kings Cross location is the perfect area for hungry commuters. Start your day with a traditional tortilla de patata (potato and egg), the full Spanish, which is accompanied with the traditional Spanish sausage chorizo (of course) or a Spanish omelette. You'll never look for a full English breakfast again.