We need to talk about the bacon at Sophie’s Soho. I mean… I think it’s quite possibly the best damn bacon I’ve ever had. The NY-style steakhouse is already renowned for their premium British steak and seasonal produce, so when it was announced they were launching a brand-new breakfast menu, I had to try it.
Sophie’s Full English is a mega plate of fried hen’s egg, field mushrooms, thick cut bacon that is honestly just something else, breakfast sausage (which is banging, see what I did there), fire pit baked beans, roast tomato and grilled sourdough; mixing up the classic English Breakfast with the introduction of Americanised fire pit beans lends quite nicely to the plate.
If a Full English is not really your thing then there are other options. There’s a Shakshuka – a delicious combination of baked eggs, roast tomato, feta, red pepper, spinach and grilled sourdough – and there’s also greek yoghurt topped with winter fruit compote and toasted hazelnut granola. You can find the full menu on their website, link below.
To accompany the most important meal of the day is a selection of coffees, teas, fresh fruit juices and Sophie’s new House Sodas. Flavours on the menu include lychee & cucumber, lemon & rosemary and iced green or black tea.
Sophie’s breakfast is available every day of the week, Monday – Friday from 8am – 12 noon and Saturday & Sunday from 9am – 12 noon.
For more information visit www.sophiessteakhouse.com
Psst, Sophie’s sister company Jack Solomons is right next door and well worth a visit. It’s a beautiful secret underground speakeasy that’s bigger than you’d imagine from the outside. High ceilings, cute little niches, stylish decor and fantastic cocktails makes this former boxing gym / porn cinema a must.
The new season is now in full swing as the club brings back old school Soho glamour. The cosy speakeasy style club is bringing a whole new level of laid-back vibes to Soho with a jampacked schedule of events. Highlights include impresario Gus Robertson, ex lead guitarist of Razorlight who will be spinning eclectic tracks from old school rhythm and blues, rock ‘n’ roll and sounds of the 60s, 70s and 80s dance and rock classics right through to the present day, making sure Jack Solomons is the place to be to enjoy a night out with friends.
For more information visit www.jacksolomons.com