What to Order From Eggbreak’s New Menu

IF YOU’VE BEEN KEEPING UP TO DATE with our latest posts, I can imagine how you might have reacted to this article title: Eggbreak again?! Wasn’t I just there a week ago, and there again… a week before that? I know I know I’ve written yet another Eggbreak article, but this time I have a justification! They’ve created a new menu! Last Sunday, I’d met up with a friend of mine, Masha, who lives in Notting Hill. After walking around…

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NO FUSS SUMMER BRUNCH RECIPES

SURE, THERE ARE SOME DAYS when you feel like going all out with brunch, using more exotic ingredients in extravagent recipes. But there are other days when you wake up stumbling into the kitchen, eyes half closed and hair quite wild. You need food. fast. Coming to the rescue are these really simple and colourful recipes. Somehow we find that adding really bright ingredients gets us through even the cloudiest mornings (cough cough, London ones). We start with fried eggs…

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A COLOURFUL TOUR OF THE CZECH REPUBLIC

Two months after I left this charming country, I have finally (FINALLY!) gotten round to writing a travel guide blogpost of it for all you lovely readers! In the past months we were taking so many new pictures in other places that these ones just got buried in the iPhone gallery (my being too lazy to upload them means it has like thousands of photos, and I’m pretty sure any day now it’s going to crash!). The Czech Republic, if…

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BEST INSTAGRAM SPOTS IN WINDSOR

A HOT SUMMER SPELL’S descended upon Britain. The sun is (finally) back at working full time, and so we have blue skies all day and pink clouds at night. So we thought we’d take this rare good weather opportunity to leave London for something quite different. We usually spend our weekends away from the city, in the English countryside; the very distinct characters and charm of certain towns and cities we’ve visited on our travels is one you have to…

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LUNCH WITH A VIEW IN WINDSOR

HAVING BEEN TO WINDSOR probably hundreds of times, I’ve managed to eat my way through the town’s restaurants over the years. Normally I only visit the same restaurants once or twice, but when I’d heard about the completion of the renovations at the Sir Christopher Wren Hotel’s brasserie, I knew I had to come back to see for myself what they had changed. And changed much, they had. As soon as we walked in and were seated at our table,…

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