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After a late night out, sometimes the best cure is a big, hearty English breakfast. Or maybe you would rather a small French breakfast of baguette and coffee. But where to go?
The Troubadour in Chelsea is famous for serving breakfast until 3.00 pm, as well as its quaint little garden and live music/poetry readings. Adding to its mystery is the fact that Bob Dylan once played here, so there's a bonus for any wannabe-beatniks. 263-7 Old Brompton Road, 020-7370 1434.
La Galette is a cute little creperie where you can satisfy your craving for French cuisine. If you do not quite make it up for a meal to qualify as breakfast, you could get a sandwich, soup or sushi. 56 Paddington St, 020-7935 1554.
For those wanting to rub elbows with the monied set, Nicole's in the Nicole Farhi shop is the perfect place. With the ladies-who-lunch in mind, the menu is light and airy - pastries, fruit, omellettes and the like. No one has to know you're not really this stylish unless you tell them. 158 New Bond St, 020-7499 8408.
If you are in the mood for a seriously sinful brunch, pop on over to Notting Hill's Notting Grill where the weekend brunches are well-known. Most of the ingredients are from local farmers and markets, and the service is great without giving any attitude. 123-A Clarendon Rd, 020-7229 1500.
For something different, you could have breakfast at the Cinnamon Club, an up market Indian restaurant in the Old Westminster City Library, Great Smith Street, SW1P 3BU (telephone 0845 166 4253). If you are not particularly adventurous, you can get the full English breakfast, but why not go for the Indian or Anglo-Indian options?