Sean and I decided to head there this morning for brunch, though with one thing or another we ended up getting there closer to afternoon. We decided to get the tube to Covent Garden rather than walk because Sean had his golf clubs, but then Covent Garden was closed due to a fire alarm so we ended up having to walk anyway, just in the opposite direction!
When we arrived there was about a 20 minute wait for a table and we were super hungry so like the hardcore ex-Scotland dwellers we are we decided to go for an outside table and get seated immediately. I went for the raspberry, peach and mango juice and Sean went for the carrot, orange and ginger juice but we both liked the other one more so we ended up swapping-we've done this a few times at various places before. In terms of breakfast choices though we couldn't be more different, I love savoury breakfast foods and I went for my favourite of all time-eggs benedict, whereas Sean much prefers the American way of going for something sweet with syrup and fruit so he had the french toast.
The food was delicious, although I wouldn't have complained if the portion sizes were a teeny bit bigger. The price is pretty reasonable for central London and I'd definitely recommend going there for breakfast if you're in the area, I'm already planning on heading back soon to test the lunch and dinner menus!