Boys’N’Berry is the unofficial jewel of the Fulham Road. Striving to provide food that ‘nourishes your stomach and feeds your soul’ the Fulham hotspot offers both a healthy and delicious menu and the perfect coffee shop vibe, complete with the sweet sounds of laptops tapping, coffee steaming and constant chatter.
The breakfast menu showcases all the classics: warming porridge, homemade granola, pancakes and various versions of poached eggs. There’s also some interesting twists on standard toast – choose between the energy-boosting combination of peanut butter, grilled banana, flax seed and cacao nibs, or the sweeter pairing of coconut nectar and winter berries. Equal attention should also be paid to their coffee; a Boys’N’Berry seasonal espresso blend, always served double shot.
Split across two floors the restaurant offers ample seating yet always seems to be packed full of brunch-seeking guests. For its West London location, the prices are reasonable; all breakfast options are under £10, a decent size and high quality. If you’re planning a visit, be mindful that waiting a little while for a table is inevitable on a weekend morning, however the staff couldn’t be friendlier and make you feel welcome the minute step through the door.
It’s clear to see why Boys’N’Berry is such a local favourite, and if you don’t live nearby, I’d say it’s worth the journey.
Review by Megan Hill
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With chorizo, spinach and spicy tomato sauce