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Published on October 21st, 2015 | by What 2


The Alice House – Queens Park – Review

Finding a breakfast spot, isn’t hard to find in a city filled with many… But finding a spot that serves delicious yet a healthy makes it a little tricky. Well think no more, because we have found our new go to breakfast place… The Alice House.

Situated in the fancier parts of the city, Queens Park or West Hampstead, The Alice House dishes up a mean breakfast/brunch. We are aware that these guys also do dinner but we we’re all about their breakfast last Sunday.

With a new chef on site and a change of the menu, The alice house gives every breakfast spot a run for their money.Keeping the traditional sausages, eggs and pancakes on the menu, they have spiced things up by adding healthier options alongside them. For example we tried their eggs on sourdough toast, Chestnut Mushrooms, Fresh Juices and lets not forget their Buckwheat pancakes served with dorset berries, creme fraiche and London honey. Everything that was on our plate was absulutly delicious and we must admit that this is our favourite breakfast spot of 2015. Yes we said it…

the alice house breakfast

We found the atmosphere to be very calm and noticed that many people had come in to get work done, whilst they grabbed a bite to eat. So if you’re like us and always looking for a chilled writing spot, then The Alice House is the place!

Now This spot isn’t the cheapest place for a breakfast but its the definition of quality, so you won’t be disappointed. Treat Yourself!

Hints and Tips: The hot chocolate was lush!

london breakfast

Breakfast is served MON- FRI: 8AM – 12PM SAT-SUN: 9AM – 12.30PM

££ || ||QUEEN’S PARK, 53 – 55 SALUSBURY, LONDON, NW6 6NJFacebooktwitterpinterestmail

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