To Eat Like A Girl is an aspiration, not a slight Update 27/10/2019 – added detail that this is a pop-up at Homeboy I’ve been writing about London restaurants for close to a decade now, so I’d like to think I’m at least a passable writer with decent judgment in what you should and shouldn’t … Continue reading
Tag Archives: breakfast
The Perfectionists’ Cafe review – Heston does Heathrow breakfast
Heathrow Terminal 2 comfort food This review was originally published on 13/7/2015 and has since been updated, most recently on 06/6/2016 There are many annoying things about flying from Heathrow. Its distance from just about anywhere else in the city. The absence of electrical sockets. The unbearable delays in take-off and landing. And then there’s the … Continue reading
Breakfast at Wagamama review
It’s no Breakfast at Tiffany’s. More like a dog’s breakfast. Despite the several breakfast reviews here at The Picky Glutton, I’m not usually a breakfast person. It may sound blasphemous and potentially unhealthy, but more often than not I just can’t be arsed to deal with the complexities of food first thing in the morning. … Continue reading
Kopapa review 2 – breakfast and brunch bonanza
Is my favourite breakfast place in London still up to scratch? It’s been a while since my first visit to Kopapa, an Australian Antipodean cafe/restaurant that serves up a delicious French toast for breakfast, not because I haven’t wanted to but simply because I’ve been sidetracked by all the other places I’ve been eating at. … Continue reading
Where to get a cheap breakfast in Madrid
Breakfasts in Spain’s capital for around €5 or less If you’re from Britain then travelling in the Eurozone can be quite expensive given the current exchange rate – a disadvantageous €1.13 = £1 at the time of writing. Since this makes chocolate gold coins worth more than sterling on the continent, eating three square meals … Continue reading
Kopapa review – breakfast done right?
If you’ve been following this blog then you’ll know that I’ve been on the hunt for an affordable and filling, yet gastronomically interesting breakfast for some time now. I may have found it at Kopapa, a cafe/restaurant in the Seven Dials part of London’s Covent Garden. One of the most important parts of any breakfast … Continue reading
Dean Street Townhouse breakfast review – a hotel breakfast that doesn’t suck?
I’ve detailed my ongoing quest to find a filling, yet gastronomically interesting and inventive breakfast in previous reviews. The latest breakfast place to come to my attention is the Dean Street Townhouse. The Townhouse is actually a small, boutique (i.e. expensive) hotel that also has a bar and dining room that serves all three meals … Continue reading
Dishoom breakfast review – Breakfast Mumbai-style
Beyond the introduction of cereal bars and the occasional reheated curry from the night before, breakfasts haven’t changed that much over the years. The Jolly Giant, the Lensman, the Flame Haired Squelchie and I have therefore been seeking out the more unusual and inventive breakfasts available in London. The breakfast menu at Alan Yau’s budget-friendly Chinese … Continue reading
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