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REVIEW: Well Street Kitchen, Well St Market

REVIEW: Well Street Kitchen, Well St Market


WHAT: An extremely good, extremely compact and therefore extremely busy little brunch and lunch cafe in quirky Well St Market. Arrive early on weekends, or you’ll join the eager punters lining up for smashed avocado and Union coffee.

We popped in and nabbed a table shortly after Well Street Kitchen opened at 9.30am on a Saturday, eager to try a famed breakfast bap (egg, sausage, bacon *and* chorizo is only £6.50) or DIY breakfast.

The smashed avocado on a neighbour’s table looked so delicious that we had to surrender, ordering a healthy serving on seeded toast with feta, tomato, and poached eggs (plus a side of house cured salmon – we know, greedy).

HOW MUCH: Honey-roasted granola with Greek yoghurt and berry compote starts at a very reasonable £5, prices going up to £9.50 for a towering hash brown stack with a breadcrumbed poached egg, chorizo, smokey aubergine puree and mint and cucumber yoghurt. Sides like hash browns (trust us, you need to try these) and black pudding are £1.50 extra, smashed avocado £2.30.

We recommend eating here early then grabbing a coffee to go. Walk off your indulgences with a stroll around pretty Well St Market – you’ll feel fully smug as you circle back toward the crowds starting to gather at very spot you just had all to yourself.

ADDRESS: No. 203 Well St, London, E9 6QU


Amy Everett is FashionBite's food and travel editor, she also writes for national newspapers and magazines including the Guardian Travel, Stylist, Shortlist, Red, Cosmopolitan and more.

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