Brekkie For The Boys / HG2 MUST-EAT

The old saying ‘the early bird catches the worm’ has never been more true, but in this case the bird is a boy (a city one by description) and the worm becomes a much more appealing plate of breakfast: the City Boy Breakfast at the Fox and Anchor, to be exact. In the heart of Clerkenwell, The Fox and Anchor originates from the late Victorian era when no city boys were actually present but in keeping with the times it’s been given a modern renovation whilst maintaining its luxurious authenticity. Wonderfully restored with glorious mahogany doors and etched windows this is, by and large, not the ordinary gastro pub you would find in the city. The City Boy Breakfast isn’t one to be taken lightly, either, and can certainly uphold its claim of being London‘s biggest breakfast, featuring everything anyone would even begin to imagine to find on their plate and to wash it all down a pint of stout! So, if you wake up in London feeling brave after your adventurous exploits the night before, not to mention the inevitable strikes of hunger that should accompany it, you might well find yourself getting to the Fox and Anchor to perch yourself in front of a plate you probably spent the whole night dreaming about. Selling at £16.95, the City Boy Breakfast is available from 7-11am on weekdays and 8.30am on weekends.
By Tobi Oke
By Hg2 London here


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