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There’s nothing the Aesthetic team like doing more at the weekend or indeed on a cheeky day off than having a lazy brunch and our latest venture was The Breakfast Club.

Well known for it’s large queues, we’d put off The Breakfast Club for a little while opting for places elsewhere. But give us a slap on the wrist as we can’t believe we actually left it this late! Choosing to go on a quiet Monday morning on a much needed day off, we walked straight in and were seated within 5 minutes. So far so good.

Known for it’s quirky interior, we spent many a minute gazing around looking at the little nooks and crannies. But of course, the most important thing to look at is the menu. After much umming and ahhing, the breakfast burrito  stood out like a sore thumb begging to be chosen. Packed with enormous chorizo sausage chunks and bundles of roasted peppers and scrambled egg it couldn’t have been a better option.

With lashings of sour cream, salsa and guacamole on the side, it was a struggle to finish the mountain of food. But of course, I took one for the Aesthetic team and managed to squeeze every last bite in. How delicious does the Huevos Rancheros look?! It was just begging me to lean in and sneakingly take a mouthful.

Next on the menu to try is the legendary pancakes topped with maple syrup and streaky bacon – team meeting next week?

The Breakfast Club, 2-4 Rufus Street, Hoxton, London, N1 6PE.

Sophie Warner is a fashion and lifestyle blogger who constantly thinks about various ways to stuff her face. As the health and lifestyle editor of Aesthetic she thrives on finding healthier alternatives to her favourite meals, filling her bedroom with vintage junk and exploring the delights of London Town. You can find her Tweeting at @sophiesophuk.

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