London: Foxcroft and Ginger

I am lucky to have this café, two mins from my house. After walking past it numerous times, I finally made it to Foxcroft and Ginger for brunch. I am always looking for that place that reminds me of home, — brunch is a kiwis favourite meal.

As you know how much I “love” eggs – finding that something different is what I aim for. Foxcroft’s savoury French toast is a take on the famous croque monsieur. Drizzled around the plate was a sticky honey mustard dressing. Although very delicious I think it was just a bit too sweet for the dish. However I loved the thickness of the French toast – I think of which they used a cornbread. If the dish wasn’t so big I would have finished it off. No complaints came from my fellow diners, and from looking at the eggs bene, you could tell that the components were home-made and quality produce. The only thing I would change is their drinks menu – in hopes that they add smoothies or fresh juices to accompany your meal.

If the brunch is this good, I will be returning for their pizzas. If you love brunch this place will keep you wanting more!

Rating

Food: 8.5/10
Service: 9/10
Value for Money: Very Good
69-79 Mile End Road,
Whitechapel, London E1 4TT
Mon-Fri 8am-10pm
Sat-Sun 9am-10pm
Eggs Bene w/ Smoked Salmon
Eggs Bene w/ Smoked Salmon
French Toast w/ Ham, Mature Cheddar & Honey Mustard
French Toast w/ Ham, Mature Cheddar & Honey Mustard
French Toast w/ Marscapone, Poached Plum, Honey Comb
French Toast w/ Marscapone, Poached Plum, Honey Comb
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