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The best breakfasts in Harrow and a review of Daisy’s In The Park

Lunch, brunch and dinner are foodie heroes in our borough – but don’t make the mistake of overlooking the humble breakfast. In this article, we’re looking at some of Harrow’s best early morning venues and sharing our review of the delightful Daisys In The Park.

Pub grub for early risers

When it comes to a pub breakfast, we’re spoiler for choice in Harrow. There are a number of options available including a cheap cheerful Wetherspoons Full English in Harrow and hatch End for less than a fiver.

Another pub favourite, The Junction, does a really decent breakfast too and, during the Rugby World Cup, the pub is offering a bap and a drink for £4.50.

The caff breakfast

Harrow has some great cafes for those looking for a no-fuss fill to set them up for the day and these include:

  • Gino’s Cafe, Harrow Weald – Located at 431 High Road (opposite Lidl), Gino’s opens at 7am (8pm on Saturdays and 9pm on Sundays) serving freshly made breakfasts. With an impressive 4.5 star rating, this one is well worth a go.
  • Cafe Amici, Bridge Road, Pinner – Opening at 8am Monday to Saturday and 9am on Sundays, Cafe Amici is a bistro style cafe with indoor and outdoor seating and serves a wide range of breakfast dishes including Halal options.
  • Cafe Hills, Northwood – With a 6.30am start for the early risers, Cafe Hills offers traditional breakfast items for local commuters.

Daisy’s In The Park

The best breakfasts in Harrow and a review of Daisy’s In The Park Harrow Online
Daisy’s in the Park

Set inside Pinner Memorial Park, Daisy’s In The Park can be found close to the West End Lane entrance and is open between 8am and 5pm serving breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner and tea / coffee and cakes. First opened in 2010, this Pinner favourite has ample seating both inside and on its outdoor terrace.

The Review

I visited Daisy’s for breakfast with my husband on a gorgeous sunny Thursday morning. After being slightly distracted by some ducklings on the other side of the pond, we made our way to the restaurant and took a seat outside with a lovely view of the duck pond and fountain.

The restaurant is bright and clean with full length windows facing the duck pond. Guests can choose between the indoor restaurant, the side annexe or outdoor seating.

The best breakfasts in Harrow and a review of Daisy’s In The Park Harrow Online
Image: Nicci Rae

I ordered scrambled egg on toast and Simon opted for a bacon and egg bap – and we both had cappuccinos. The food is cooked to order and presented nicely and overall, both dishes were very good (although the bacon was a teeny bit crispier than Simon would like).

The restaurant has men’s, women’s and disabled toilets and the ladies’ facility was clean if a little messy (although the restaurant was fairly busy at this time).

Breakfast prices range between £6.70 for scrambled egg on toast to £15 for full breakfasts, making it reasonably good value.

Although busy, the staff at Daisy’s were very friendly and we were served quickly.

The best breakfasts in Harrow and a review of Daisy’s In The Park Harrow Online
Scrambled Egg on Toast. Image: Nicci Rae

Great food with a view

If you’re looking for breakfast with a view, Daisy’s is a fantastic choice. Pinner Memorial Park is a lovely place to visit and finishing a walk with a great breakfast is very much the icing on the cake (of which Daisy’s has plenty).

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