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.

Whatever Gets You Through The Day said:

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.