“Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince, and dinner like a pauper.” - Breakfast is absolutely vital. The start, the very first step. It is the commitment to a new day, a new life, expressed in the meal.
Breakfast may make or break your day, so don't underestimate its importance. But, you could be a slouch who would rather sleep than eat!
Worry not, because we’ve got you covered on the list of the best 5 breakfast/ brunch cafes which you cannot resist but visit! These spots will tempt you to get out of bed for breakfast.
It would be good to check with the restaurants if they have a Halal menu or options before consuming.
Let’s have a look at the finest way to start your day!
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Located in one of Vesterbro's most popular parts of town, Mad & Kaffe is on most Copenhageners' brunch bucket lists.
Mad & Kaffe offers a unique type of service that creates a new experience with each visit, in addition to the warm ambiance. The cafe is well-known for being Instagram-worthy, due to its attractive and colorful food garnishing that is ideal for sharing on social media.
There, you can create your own breakfast by mixing and matching things from the menu, such as various and traditional Danish bread, scrambled eggs, avocado mousse with tomatoes, salmon, and a variety of other components.
Organic coffees and teas, produced by hand with raw materials, are another highlight.
Lunch and larger meals are also available at Mad & Kaffe. If the weather permits, you can also sit outside and enjoy a ray of sunshine.
There are no reservations and hence you need to wait for your table. Meanwhile, you can take a short stroll down the renowned Sonder Boulevard to pass the time.
Location: Soender Boulevard 68 Koebenhavn V, Copenhagen 1720 Denmark
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Sushisamba's second London location in Covent Garden's Market Building is a must-stop for an incredible Piazza Terrace Breakfast, with designer shopping and world-class opera and theatreland only yards away.
This beautiful location, located on the iconic Opera Terrace atop the historic Grade II-listed Market Building, is a bright addition to the region.
From the open kitchen, bar with its 'living ceiling', and the peppy sushi bar, to the terrace having a view of The Piazza below, Sushisamba Covent Garden provides many engaging dining and drinking experiences.
It also has a private dining room with its own door and terrace. There is something for everyone with a wide variety of cuisine, from Japanese sushi to Peruvian skewers. The open kitchen and hot robata grill serve perfectly roasted and seasoned meats, veggies, and seafood.
Sushisamba emphasizes on a small plate style of service which minimizes wastage of food along with variety in the cuisine, making you share your food with your pals!
Location: London Covet Garden, 35 The Market Building, London WC2E 8RF
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A trip to the White Mountains isn't complete without a stop at Polly's Pancake Parlor, one of the region's best pancake restaurants.
Polly's Pancake Parlor has been a favorite destination to enjoy breakfast since 1938. The restaurant started in a caravan where the founder's served their first folksy pancake.
What began as a strategy to increase the sale of their farm's maple sugar products quickly evolved into a booming restaurant.
Polly's Pancake Parlor, despite its name, offers far more than pancakes. Other favorites on the menu include any kind of eggs, whipped cream–topped waffles, and golden brown French toast.
The restaurant's pure Yankee mentality is the one thing that makes it unique. All of Polly's pancake mixes are made from scratch, and the restaurant even stone-grinds its own flour for its batters, ensuring that your pancakes are as fresh as possible.
Breakfast is clearly the center of Polly's, but if you're here in the afternoon, lunch is also served. And because your waitress prepares your pancakes, there's less danger of misunderstandings, extended wait periods, or rushed breakfasts.
Location: 672 Route 117, Sugar Hill, NH.
This cafe will remind you of the Seoul suburbs built on hills if you're a K-Drama enthusiast. The red brick walls, long, sloping streets, and lengthy, rising stairs make a lovely experience of staying here.
A typical old Shillong house with a modern makeover! It is a well-equipped modern-day hotel known for providing top-notch services at a reasonable price.
The city's hub, Police Bazar, is only 2 kilometers away, ensuring that you do not miss out on Shillong's excitement and pulse. The yard in front of the cottage is a nice place to sit and relax in the morning for your tea and breakfast.
Location: 31, Upper Lachumiere, Shillong, Meghalaya, India
This popular South Indian breakfast spot in Bangalore is a must-visit.
The Mavalli Tiffin Room's (MTR) breakfast is worth the wait. It is so popular that even the Karnataka Chief Minister had to line up for a masala dosa on one occasion.
MTR is one of the few restaurants that has adapted to every condition for over a century. It has persevered through the war for independence, WWII, and the current pandemic, adapting and renewing itself at each stage.
With dollops of butter and ghee, you can have delicious south Indian cuisine. The Masala Dosas are mouth-watering.
Location: 14, Lalbagh Road, Bangalore, India
There's nothing more satisfying than a delicious and hearty breakfast or brunch meal. So, don’t forget to add these to your foodie bucket list because, while all breakfasts are good, these are truly unforgettable experiences.
However, ensure that you always confirm if the place serves Halal food or not.