FFG Eats: Egg Break in Notting Hill

There are two things I absolutely love as a foodie – fried chicken and breakfast. These two seem to meet occasionally, in the form of chicken and waffles or chicken and biscuits – both which I have tried and adore as a healthy and balanced start to the day. However, I’ve yet to have a chicken bun for brekkie, until now. Last Saturday…
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FFG Eats: A Hotel Bel-Air Breakfast

What: The best breakfast in Bel-Air is found at the Hotel Bel-Air, naturally. Where: Located in an outdoor/indoor space, Wolfgang Puck at the Hotel Bel-Air is an experience just for the seating. Whether you choose to be a lady who lunches in open air, or a party of four to six who occupy the corner booths tucked away alongside the…
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FFG Eats: There’s no place like HOME (for breakfast) in Los …

An American Breakfast, for me, is a sacred thing. No one quite does it like us Americans when it comes to a full on feast from savory to sweet and everything in between. So, when a friend says “you have to try this place for breakfast,” I stick it on my list and make a point to give it a…
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A beautiful Breakfast at 45 Park Lane’s Cut

Breakfast isn’t just the most important meal of the day, it’s also the best, in my opinion. When else can you eat dessert as a main course? Because, let’s be honest, pancakes are most definitely a dessert. And here’s the thing – if there are pancakes on the menu, I can’t not order them. In fact, I sort of judge…
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Breakfast of Champions (all seven+ courses) at The Grill, The Dorchester

My opinion of a restaurant isn’t best formed at dinner. In fact, it isn’t even made at lunch. A new restaurant tells all by the state of their breakfast, if they offer it. In fact, if I had my choice I’d be a permanent breakfast reviewer. There’s nothing I love more than pancakes, waffles, french toast or eggs royale. It’s…
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