Destinations Magazine

Tell Me a Story, Breakfast on Broadway (market)

By Srazzi @srazzi

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So me and the boy love our lazy Sundays; a late breakfast followed by a stroll around the park is perfection, especially when the sun is shining.

When we heard the the book club had opened up a little side project in Broadway market, Stories, we couldn’t get there quick enough. From the outside the space invites you inside and with it’s big open doors there is no missing this place. The interior is a little bit miss matched but has a swedish design edge with it’s geometric lines, block colours and wooden tables of all shapes and sizes.

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After checking the website I specifically went there to get the avocado on toast, but alas they had sold out, so it must have been a popular choice. Instead I went for the yoghurt and fruit compote which was lovely! The boy on the other hand was a little underwhelmed with his fry up, he likes to think he is a bit of a connoisseur when it comes to these. The bloody mary on the other hand he loved, it is their very own special blend made with yellow tomatoes.

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So all in all I think Stories is a great place to grab a coffee or cure a hangover with a hair of the dog and watch the world go by, but when it comes to fry-ups we say .. not so much.

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Location – Stories, 30 – 32 Broadway Market, E8 4QJ

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