Some travel to see the most famous museums, some hope to try out all Michelin-star restaurants, others hope to visit as many natural wonders as they can during their lifetime. Some, however, love breakfast. If you are one of those people, you might be interested to check out what the world has to offer when it comes to sitting down and eating a memorable breakfast meal. Although an objective list is hardly possible considering the number of breakfast places out there, here are some that will not leave you disappointed. Check them out if you are in the area!
Morito Hackney Road, London
This spectacular place in east London was opened by two kitchen legends, Mr Sam and Ms Sam Clark in 2016 and is their third restaurant. They started serving breakfast not so long ago and people cannot seem to get enough of it. Their kitchen is inspired by the Mediterranean cuisine as the head chef, Marianna Leivaditaki, spent her childhood years there and had some hands-on kitchen experience while working in her family restaurant. The place is crawling with bloggers and Instagramers because the food is not only delicious but also impressively good looking. Try out their poached eggs!
Madras Café, Mumbai, India
This is a spectacular place to get a true taste of South Indian breakfast. The place is constantly crowded, but the chefs seem to have magical powers because the waiting time rarely exceeds 15 minutes! Make sure to do some research on the Indian food names, because you will be able to get the most out of your experience if you know what ‘Rava Dosa’, ‘Sada Dosa’, or ‘masala’ is prior to your arrival; of course, the servers will help you, but it’s nice to have a general idea and make the best choice. Also make sure your food is complemented by traditional filter coffee, otherwise it does not count as a South Indian breakfast!
Kepos Street Kitchen, Sydney, Australia
This place is truly uplifting, and that is certainly something most people need in the morning! Not only does it serve food of complex flavour, the environment is airy, cosy, and the food comes in thoughtfully combined tastes and colours using spices like chilli and coriander. If you want to try out their ‘Kepos benedict’ (green tahini, poached egg, smoked salmon and leek) on a Sunday morning, expect to spend some time waiting in line, because on the weekends the restaurant does not take breakfast reservations.
Cook’kareku, Moscow, Russia
Modern and trendy, this place offers breakfast and breakfast only. Any time of the day. Aleksandr Rappoport employed the idea that it must be breakfast somewhere in the world at the moment and opened a place where you can enjoy exactly that – breakfast inspired by many of the world’s cuisines whenever you wish. They have a set price for breakfast, but you get a 30% discount if you are ordering food from a country where it is indeed breakfast time!