A Whoa at the Wolseley

Out of all the restaurants in London, I think the Breakfast Cafe, The Wolseley, helps you understand London’s style of food the most.  Located across from the Ritz Carlton and right outside the Green Park tube station, The Wolseley serves everything from sweet pastries to rich black pudding to crispy bacon. I seriously had a hard time ordering, but ended up trying their version of Eggs Benedict. Boy was I stuffed!

This wonderful eatery is very famous for their breakfast option, The Full English Breakfast. Including eggs, bacon, sausage, fried mushroom, fried tomato, baked beans, black sausage, and fried toast, this fantastic, filling meal will put your London experience to new heights. Definitely try out this amazing restaurant because when you walk in the door, you’re going to say, “Whoa!”

Here are some pictures my uncle took at the Wolseley:

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Eggs Benedict with ham
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My grandmother and I looking at the Wolseley menu
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The full English breakfast
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My sister, mother, grandparents, and I outside the Wolseley
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My sister at the Hyde Park Corner tube station
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French toast with crispy bacon
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Me at the Earl’s Court tube station

10 Comments Add yours

  1. n8chen says:

    Fun experience! I liked how your english muffin was lighter and more fluffy than what we’re used to back home. What part of the full English breakfast should we adopt at home?

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    1. n8chen says:

      Eggs benedict, 4 sure!

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  2. Lena says:

    Thanks for the description and photos of this restaurant, Nate. Luke and I were sad to miss this brunch.

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    1. n8chen says:

      Lukey would have loved it! All those wonderful smells might have gotten him drooling!

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  3. Ollie says:

    Nate, I really enjoyed reaching your post while hunched over a cold bowl of Chex cereal. All of your posts have been very informative and entertaining. However, I have been anxiously awaiting your analysis of Brexit. I know this is a food blog but given the historically idiotic (imo) outcome, I thought a first hand account of what’s going on and your personal take on the situation would be really insightful!

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    1. n8chen says:

      My dad tells me a lot about the Brexit, but I don’t think I’ll right about it because it doesn’t have anything to do food and it is kind of complicated to be in one post!

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  4. Aunty Shesh says:

    Wow, Nate, that looks really delicious! Let me guess — Soph had the french toast topped with bacon, and Gung Gung had the “full English breakfast” with the baked beans, sausage, toast, etc? Wish we were there!

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    1. n8chen says:

      U R ->! (You are right!) I think you would’ve loved the french toast!

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  5. Cathy says:

    That full English breakfast looks wonderful!!! Great photos and wonderful blog!!!

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    1. n8chen says:

      The full English breakfast WAS good!

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