Casual dining

London: Toi and Moi cafe

Today is our day to visit the British Museum.  I yelped a place for breakfast, which was appropriately called “The Breakfast Club” but found out it was an extremely popular place.  There was a line out the door, and was estimated to be at least a half hour to an hour wait.  While walking away, we spotted Toi and Moi cafe just down the same block, and they had an A-frame sign that said they served breakfast.  Sure, why not?

The cafe was tiny, with about 5 tables inside, a counter with 5 stools, some outside tables, and a small eating area downstairs.  I grabbed a table and chose the half English Breakfast, which was just 1 egg, 1 sausage, 1 bacon, beans, tomato, mushrooms and toast, and an Earl Grey tea.  Stephen had the breakfast sausage and bacon sandwich with a flat white.

Like most places, they accept Apple Pay (or contactless pay as they generically call it) but charges 50p to use it.  Breakfast wasn’t bad. It served its purpose, and saved us a lot of time, as we made our way to the British Museum.