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Bye bye bacon butties: London’s out-of-the-ordinary breakfasts

Posted at 10:15 am, March 14, 2015 in Food & Drink

Hala

Forget a bog-standard fry-up. Get your chops round one of these morning delights instead.

NORTH
HALA

The full Turkish (kahvalti) will wake up the most bleary-eyed diner. And it’s served until 1pm. 29 Grand Parade, N4 1LG. Harringay Green Lanes Overground.

koya

CENTRAL
KOYA

The ever-popular Koya turns breakfast on its head with unusual morning options such as hot noodles with raw egg and soy sauce (kamatama udon). 50 Frith St, W1D 4SQ. 

Duck&Waffle

EAST
DUCK & WAFFLE

Great views start the day right. Breakfast is served from 6am but 24-hour opening means super-early birds can catch the sunrise. Fortieth floor, Heron Tower, EC2N 4AY. 

Electric Diner

WEST
ELECTRIC DINER

The crab cakes here make a welcome change from standard breakfast favourites. Snuggle into a booth or people-watch from the front window. 191 Portobello Rd, W11 2ED. 

m1lk ©Ed Marshall© Ed Marshall

SOUTH
M1LK

If the kick from the coffee and house soundtrack isn’t enough, M1LK offers some interesting hot dishes, such as Kurdish baked eggs with chorizo, spinach, labneh and dried chilli. 20 Bedford Hill, SW12 9RG. 

Take a look at the full list of London’s best breakfasts here.

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