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Mortz | Jan 18, 200805:14 AM     30

I am after a breakfast in london that is not a "fry up". Coming from the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney I am used to being able to get up in the morning and being able to walk to one of the many quality cafe's and order a great coffee and fresh breakfast to go with my weekend paper. I am yet to find much like this in London. Ideally somewhere that uses quality ingredients and Great Coffee - Bircher Musli would be a bonus. The closest i have found to date has been:
1. Ottolenghi in Angel (highly recommended - great breakfast, especially the jams, and coffee)
2. Dayelsford Organic in Pimlico (good coffee but overall quite pricey)
3. Wolseley in Piccadilly (they do a good, but small, Bircher but awful coffee)
4. Flat White in Soho (great coffee and Banana Bread but not sure about the Breakfast)

Any one else have any ideas?

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