I need something to cheer me up. Recommendations? Easy - Hawksmoor 1 Vote up! Savoy 1 Vote up! Wolseley. Had breakfast at Rules once, which was great. 1 Vote up! +1 for Wolseley. Great venue. 1 Vote up! Dean Street townhouse also does a nice one 1 Vote up! Not sure posh enough (it is for me) but lantana do a good aussie cafe style brekkie 1 Vote up! The best ones like Kettners have all been bought out tbh. 1 Vote up! Wolesley or Delauney. 1 Vote up! Actually thd Savoy is yummers, but pricy 1 Vote up! Agree The Wolseley . Good service, atmosphere, food and value. 1 Vote up! Someone on here recommended Delamina in Marylebone for dinner. I haven’t tried it but also looks interesting for breakfast https://www.breakfastlondon.co.uk/restaurants/delamina/ 2 Vote up! Yep I recommended Delamina but never done breakfast there. 45 Jermyn Street behind Fortnums is v good for a posh breakfast and quieter than the Wolseley. 2 Vote up! The Guinea but you will have to have a nap after. 1 Vote up! Delauney is my favourite now the cafe on The Cut has shut down. Damn gentification. 1 Vote up! Delaunay is a place where everyone raves. Imo it is bang on average, at best 1 Vote up! Yes The Guinea offers a very solid breakfast. 1 Vote up! Roger same goes for the Wolesley. It's very mediocre. 1 Vote up! Dishoom is superb though not 'posh'. Same for Honer and Co. 1 Vote up! Honey and Co. Not Homer. 1 Vote up! Omelette Adrian... NOM 1 Vote up! Thanks all - much appreciated! 0 Vote up! I stand by Hawksmoor knocking shades of any hotel breakfast - although very meat focussed obvs. 0 Vote up! The Guinea 'All grills come with sausage, bacon, fried egg, mushroom, tomato and onion'. That's the spirit. 0 Vote up! Pretty sure the Guinea is not yet doing brekkie again since the great shutdown 0 Vote up! Refresh Back to board Join the discussion Login Register 0 Vote up!