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Your favorite Breakfast?

Old Mar 6, 2019, 7:06 am
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Originally Posted by ILuvParis
Snooze in AZ has a "Breakfast Pot Pie" which is homemade sausage gravy over puff pastry, topped with an egg and a side of hashbrowns. It's delicious.
mmmmm...sounds fantastic!
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Old Sep 20, 2019, 2:11 pm
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Resurrecting this thread as I'm going to the big smoke (London UK) next weekend for the BA do next Friday and consequently have Sat and Sun available for breakfast/brunch selections. My budget is sub 200 for breakfast. I know that sounds stupid but if you add booze in and preferably caviar it begins to make more sense. I'll have a sandwich/burger for tea

Am I going to be able to get a Bloody Mary at The Wolsey?
Should I bite the bullet and breakfast at The Ritz? (BM not on menu but 100% sure they can do whatever I want).
Are there any good Indian options available in Central London?
Any other suggestions?
Preferably near Paddington, Mayfair, Piccadilly.
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Old Sep 20, 2019, 3:48 pm
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Originally Posted by DeathSlam
Resurrecting this thread as I'm going to the big smoke (London UK) next weekend for the BA do next Friday and consequently have Sat and Sun available for breakfast/brunch selections. My budget is sub 200 for breakfast. I know that sounds stupid but if you add booze in and preferably caviar it begins to make more sense. I'll have a sandwich/burger for tea

Am I going to be able to get a Bloody Mary at The Wolsey?
Should I bite the bullet and breakfast at The Ritz? (BM not on menu but 100% sure they can do whatever I want).
Are there any good Indian options available in Central London?
Any other suggestions?
Preferably near Paddington, Mayfair, Piccadilly.
The Wolseley is a fantastic breakfast. So is St. John Bread and Wine. They are different but both extraordinarily well done.
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