Our latest review in Time Out says:
Walking into Brook’s, you get a blast of sunshine from the decor – golden wood, yellow walls and shelves of deli produce – and cravings for the breads, pastries and open sandwiches piled on the counter. The rear area is kids’ heaven with games and books; stick near the front if you want your breakfast without babies. And a very good breakfast menu it is too, proudly using organic eggs and award-winning meats. Freshly squeezed mango and orange juice, perfectly poached, cress-scattered eggs with brown bread, plus honey and mustard glazed ham, make for a kingly start to the day.
Hammersmith and Fulham News‘s article (from 2009) on the start of Brook’s is here in PDF format.
This is the kind of cafe I’d expect to find in a smaller, countryside town; the atmosphere is so peaceful, you’d be forgiven for forgetting that you’re still in London’s Zone 2.
This is from Fashion Foie Gras:
A quick shout out to my new favourite place to have brunch in London. Located just around the corner from my flat, Brook’s Counter and Table is a definite must visit if you find yourself in West London near Brook Green.