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Whether you need to power up for a ‘shop till you drop’ kind of day, or fancy treating yourself to a quick morning pick-me-up before you head to work, Oxford Street has it all. Read on for some of our top breakfast picks around Oxford Street – it is the most important meal of the day after all!

Beyond Bread

You can’t go wrong with pastries for breakfast! With a menu featuring some of our all time favourites, from croissants to cinnamon rolls, to sourdough bread and everything in between. Enjoy these classics with a twist at Beyond Bread. It prides itself on being 100% gluten free and bringing its customers exciting ways of experiencing gluten-free ingredients. Also offering a top-notch full English and a variety of mouth-watering dishes, Beyond Bread has all your breakfast needs covered. Pop along to their lovely Fitzrovia cafe, or if your short for time grab something to go from their stand at the Selfridges Food Hall.

Drunch

Did someone say pancakes?!

Famous for its floral exterior, this all day restaurant and lounge is the perfect spot to start your day. Choose from a selection of signature juices and home-made teas to accompany your picture perfect meal. No breakfast place is complete without some avocado on toast, am I right? If you fancy taking your tastebuds on a tropical journey, try their Acai bowl. Jam packed with nutritious berries, bananas, coconut and granola – it will surely hit the spot. Find Drunch around the corner from Bond Street station, perfect location to hit the shops after with a happy belly.

Percy & Founders


Serving an all day breakfast, come and grab your morning favourite anytime throughout the day at Percy & Founders. A wealth of healthy options await you, from the vegan chia pot to smoked salmon on rye bread. If your after something a bit more filling, we recommend trying the Devon Crab Benedict. Combine your delicious meal with a selection of fresh juices, smoothies, teas and coffee, and for those early risers you can choose from a Buck’s Fizz or Bloody Mary to kick-start your day.

Cote Brasserie

Inspired by the chic brasseries from the streets of Paris, Cote’s authentic French dishes are available all day long. With a variety of seasonal menus that always offer great value for money you can keep coming back as much as you like! Enjoy all the French favourites, from Eggs Florentine to a full French breakfast and of course…Crepes!

 

The Breakfast Club

Fancy indulging in the morning? Look no further than The Breakfast Club.

This awesome cafe is heaven for any breakfast or brunch lover. Huevos Rancheros, Eggs Royale and Shakshuka are just a few of the amazing savoury options here. If you have more of a sweet tooth then do not fear – its menu includes a scrumptious selection of pancakes and waffles which will surely not disappoint…Salted Caramel Banoffee Waffles or bacon pancakes with maple syrup (our mouth is watering at the thought)! We love The Breakfast Club’s quirky atmosphere and decor throughout the restaurant, scattered with late 80’s memorabilia and Polaroids pinned to the walls – it’s definitely worth a visit!

Feya

 

Decorated with marble tables, comfy plush pink chairs, follow the blossoming flowers and butterflies that lead you into this stunning and incredibly instagrammable café. Feya is a one of its kind pretty pink pastel haven…

The breakfast menu has been designed by award-winning blogger and cook book author, Virpi Mikkonen. Offering a selection healthy rose themed meals from pink oats to pink porridge, alongside super-food lattes (hello beetroot, blue algae and turmeric), Kusmi tea and freshly ground Ozone coffee. Found right around the corner from Selfridges in St Christopher’s place, it’s the perfect elegant, relaxed and contemporary setting for the first meal of the day.