We haven’t been to any new breakfast/brunch in a while, hence why we haven’t written about any. But I saw a few friends go to Coppa Club on my Instagram and I was intrigued since it looked beautiful in the pictures. I checked the menu out, it looked pretty good so I went ahead and booked brunch on a Saturday at Tower Bridge.
Tower Bridge is a place in London I’ve never really been to apart from driving through the area. I totally forgot it was a really tourist area until we got there. It was really busy. We get to the restaurant and the door staff checks us in but offers us a table in the cabana. The cabana is outside in the large south-facing terrace overlooking the bridge but its covered and looks pretty and cosy – you have to book for this space. We declined the offer as I was a little bit cold. Inside the restaurant its very spacious with a huge bar.
What we ordered
I had the Eggs benedict with hollandaise and avocado as a side. Amen had the smashed avocado & poached eggs which came with toast chilli and lime. He had the bacon option but also added chorizo sausages. For drinks, I had the hot chocolate and Amen had green tea.
My eggs were both cooked perfectly poached and runny – just the way I like it and the English muffins were soft. The star of my dish was actually the side of avocado, Coppa Club got this so perfect! It was seasoned well and to be fair I have never thought of seasoning avocado before but this tasted so good that I now do it myself at home. Amen absolutely loved his breakfast – “one of the best breakfasts I’ve had in a very long time”. His bacon was perfect fried, crispy but tender too – he tries to make bacon like this at home but it doesn’t work. Sorry babe, you just have to leave it to the professionals at Coppa Club! The chorizo sausages were delicious and the honey, mustard & smoked paprika glaze was tasty and sweet but complimented the sausages well. He was certainly expecting more as he didn’t realise it was part of the nibbles section and only £3.50, which then made sense for the tiny sausages.
The service was prompt and friendly and the food was great – the best combo. We were in and out in about 45 minutes which was good for Amen as he had a boxing class that he really wanted to make. I wanted to take in the scenery and enjoy being a tourist in my own city lol, but Amen wasn’t haven’t any of it. The rest of the menu looks promising so we might just be back for lunch or dinner, watch out for the post! The restaurant is great for all types of occasions and can cater to larger groups.
Dress Code: Casual
Cuisine: European (Breakfast, brunch, all day menu and drinks)
Rating: 4.8 out of 5
3 Three Quays Walk,
Lower Thames Street, London, EC3R 6AH
020 7993 3827
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