Everybody loves a good breakfast right? And Harrow has plenty of places offering the most delicious ones of the full English variety that you can imagine.
We asked members of the Harrow Online Facebook Group where the best place to get a full English is in the borough, and the response was overwhelming!
Below are just some of best cafes you can visit today to get your breakfast fix!.
Red Cup Café
Red Cup offer a huge variety of full English breakfast variants, from your traditional choices to a plant based vegan option, there’s something for everyone at this friendly, local cafe based at Pinner Road in North Harrow.
You can also order Red Cup Cafe breakfasts straight to your door via Just Eat, and be sure to check out their Facebook page for all the latest editions to theor ever-expanding menu!.
Anyone that’s ever been to Gino’s knows what a bangin’ breakfast they do!. Based in High Road, Harrow Weald (just opposite Lidl), Gino’s offer your traditional full English made with love!.
We highly recommend checking out their omelettes too, and great value for the price. You can find out more info about Gino’s via their Instagram page.
Gino’s have been established for 22 years and offer one of the best breakfasts in Harrow. Be sure to check out their reviews on Trip Advisor.
Kenton Lane Café
This hidden gem is one of our personal favourites. After ordering one of their full English breakfasts from Uber Eats, we were sold!
They offer some of the nicest sausages you will find in Harrow and are very fairly priced. As their name suggests, they are based on Kenton Lane and certainly in the conversation when discussing ‘best cafés in Harrow’.
“Nice little cafe with good all day breakfasts (BIG range, plus a build-your-own version) and a decent range of alternatives (burgers, chicken, jacket potatoes etc) all at very reasonable prices. Very friendly staff.”
The Google review says it all. And if you fancy a full English breakfast before you head off to work, or indeed at any other time, Sunshine is located on Northolt Road, South Harrow. We particularly like the portion sizes here, very generous.
Elmes Cafe is located at the bottom of Long Elmes, near the Headstone Lane junction and next to the Post Office. Some people like a burger with their full English, and if you do, this is the place the you.
Prices are decent as are the portion sizes, a very good place to go if you are feeling peckish. Be sure to check out their jacket potatoes.
Daisy’s in the Park
We love this quirky café! And it’s located in one the the nicest parks in Harrow, Pinner Memorial Park (which recently won a readers poll). Daisy’s full English breakfasts are lovely! And if you have a sweet tooth, they also do some mean rocky roads.
As one review said: “Great food. Try the healthy breakfast; thick taost with mushrooms, tomatoe and a poatched egg cooked to your liking.”
Best of the rest…..
Here’s some of the Harrow Online Group member responses to other cafes not mentioned above…
“Moon & Sixpence in Hatch End, loved it!”
“The little place directly opposite South Harrow station. I forget what it’s called. I love it in there. Clean, fantastic range of choices, friendly staff. Good value for money. Can’t beat it.”
”Sunrise Cafe in Harrow Weald is very nice, been going there with my family for years and my son loves the chips!”
”Morrisons Cafe, Harrow – highly underrated but pretty good full English brekkie for £6-7”
“Imperial Cafe Rayners Lane and fabulous coffee”
“Harvester in Northolt does a good breakfast menu.”