How Do You Like Your Eggs In The Morning?

Dishoom

 Come Easter our fave kinda eggs usually come foil wrapped and often pinched by tiny fingers! If you’re looking to ditch the chocolate dozen and fancy taking the kids out over Easter hols for an egg-cellent breakfast (sorry we couldn’t help ourselves!) check out our pick of the finest eggy breakies the whole family with savour in London… 

Dishoom
Oodles of eggs and plenty of spice, what more could we ask for at breakfast time. Dishoom is a firm favourite for a spot of family breakfast and with restaurants across London, super easy to get to. With a focus on sharing, kids can tuck into treats from the main menu and the Dishoom team are always on hand to recommend dishes with the spice-o-meter turned to child friendly. When it comes to eggs, the choice is plentiful – from the Kejriwal, two fried eggs on chilli cheese toast to the Akuri, spicy scrambled eggs piled up with plump home-made buns and grilled tomatoes. The Bombay Omelette is a super sharing breaky consisting of a hearty three-egg omelette of chopped tomato, onion, coriander and green chilli, served with Dishoom’s signature Fire Toast.
Locations across London

Brew Cafe

Fancy eggs with a twist this Easter? From the traditional poached to the spice flecked folded, Wimbledon’s Brew Cafe is a dream for family breakfast. Brew’s breakfast menu boasts a cracking selection including creamy rich Turkish Eggs – a poached pair with yoghurt, hot chilli butter and a toasted pide and Folded Eggs with lemon and parsley on sourdough, parents can pimp up with a kicking chorizo version. Kids can slather marmite on their soldiers or order a smaller size of the Folded Eggs on the house kids menu. Big and little kids will go crazy for the Brew Melt – a ham, gruyere, tomato stacked melt served with a poached egg and pesto…ultimate yumminess! With high chairs for tots and friendly service, you can find additional branches of Brew Cafe in Wandworth, Clapham and Chiswick.
21 High Street, Wimbledon, London, SW19 5DX, UK

Yummy Yummy in My Tummy
When kids cafe Yummy Yummy in My Tummy opened its doors two years ago in the heart of Stoke Newington parents rejoiced! Throughout the week kids can take part in activities including French lessons, tots ballet and even a spot of arts and crafts. For those with kids fizzing with energy there’s even a super soft play area next to their brilliant cafe. With a plentiful kids menu, come breakfast time there are eggs aplenty! Boiled, scrambled, fried – your little one can dip soldiers to their hearts content, feast on scrambled eggs with spinach and beans and even whip their eggs into a pancake served with banana and maple syrup. Babies also get a look in on the menu with a super section teaming with mashed fruit and veggies and crunchy crudités for those ready to gnash their way through breakie!
56 Stoke Newington High Street London, United Kingdom

Bob’s Cafe

If you’re kids are late risers (lucky you!), Bob has the answer! Bob’s Cafe’s, across North London, serve breakfast from the early hours all the way up until 4pm. Priding themselves on their family-friendly approach, both main and kids breakfast menus are packed with a scrumptious selection. If you’re a Shakshouka fiend like me then the Red Shakshouka is a must. Bob’s Breakfast Bowl (vegetarian and gluten conscious) sees quinoa layered up with scrambled eggs, greek yogurt, roasted tomatoes, kales and avo – delish! Bobs Kidz serves up classic eggs with soldiers, a treat-worthy mini fry up and flip side your eggs by ordering up a stack of their famous buttermilk pancakes drizzled with maple syrup.
77 Salusbury Road, London, NW6 6NH & locations across North London 

Duck & Waffle
If you’re kids are little older and you want to treat them to a truly spectacular start to the day, Duck & Waffle serves a breakfast unlike no other. Located on the 40th floor of 110 Bishopsgate, Duck & Waffle is the highest restaurant in London and with views as Insta-worthy as chef Dan Doherty’s dishes. The menu includes the eponymous duck and waffle – crispy leg confit, fried duck egg, mustard maple syrup, alongside a kicking shakshuka and cheese lovers dream – our ultimate breakfast dish – duck egg cocotte. Serving sunrise to sunset, if you kids are up at the crack of dawn, jump on the tube and get set to watch the sunrise whilst enjoying an iconic London breakfast. Be warned, book in advance as tables are in high demand!
110 Bishopsgate, London EC2N 4AY

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