Their brunch menu is not for those looking for a small nibble, but for those with a major gap to fill.
Among the regular breakfast staples like pancakes and egg dishes on their menu, they feature plenty of main dishes filled with smoked meats like roast chicken or their beef rib sandwich.
23-27 Arcola Street E8 2DJ; 7 Beigel Bake Walk down Brick Lane and you can’t miss Beigel Bake, a Jewish-style shop that serves up bagels 24 hours a day, perfect for stopping by for breakfast or on your way home after a fun night out.
Their menu includes classic items like hot salt beef bagels with mustard and bagels filled with salmon and cream cheese, and pick up freshly made bread or one of their delicious pastries.
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For £38 each, you and your mates can feast on unlimited amounts of Prosecco, Bloody Mary and gin fizz as well as all-you-can-eat food.
Beigel Bake is the closest London gets to a New York bagel.
159 Brick Lane E1 6SB; 8 Hoi Polloi Located inside the rather cool Ace Hotel, Hoi Polloi offer an extensive breakfast and brunch menu that is sure to satisfy.
Enjoy juices with fresh vegetables and fruit, or one of their healthy and filling breakfast shakes like the Mean Green or Morning Boost.
Ace Hotel, 100 Shoreditch High Street E1 6JQ; 020 8880 6100; uk 9 The Hoxton Grill Its red leather booths give it the look of a classic US diner and The Hoxton Grill does indeed serve up American classics.