What do you fancy for breakfast? Scrambled eggs on toast? Healthy muesli? A traditional British fry-up?
How about something a bit different? I headed to two London restaurants to see what they had on offer.
First up was Cinnamon Kitchen, a modern Indian restaurant in Liverpool Street.
I sat outside on the decked terrace and ordered Bombay scrambled eggs with tawa paratha (£7.00).
What arrived was a very generous portion of scrambled eggs with spices and onion, served with fried Indian flatbread. Yum!
Other options included an Anglo-Indian kedgeree with smoked haddock and poached egg, and a classic English breakfast.
Next on the list was Giraffe in Marylebone, where I tried the Mexican breakfast: huevos rancheros (£6.95).
The dish consists of a warm tortilla covered with fried or scrambled egg, chorizo, black beans, jack cheese, avocado and salsa. (There’s also a veggie option with field mushrooms.)
As you can see from the picture, it made a colourful and very tasty start to the day.
Other highlights on the Giraffe menu included an enormous stack of American-style pancakes with bananas and blueberries, and the “rude health” porridge with bananas, strawberries and honey.
Why stick to cereal and toast when there’s so much more on offer?
What’s your favourite breakfast in London?