Egg and beans – should they touch, or be separated by a breakwater sausage?
London’s Polo Bar stays open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. “It’s actually more difficult to close because we haven’t even got a door," says owner Philip Inzani.
Little Chefs might be disappearing from our motorways, but Ace Cafe on London's North Circular ring road still proudly serving fry-ups and knickerbocker glories—81 years after it first opened.
Is it fried eggs with perfectly runny yolks? The two (four) slices of heavily buttered toast? Sausages with brown sauce?
Spoiler: you’re going to need a lot of Alka Seltzer.
Due to a mix of nostalgia and disregard for the state of my arteries, I visited three of London’s last WIMPYs, the once ubiquitous British fast food chain known for its “Bender in a Bun” sausage sandwiches and ice cream sundaes.
The Facebook group where people go to get told their poached eggs look like ball bags.
Introducing the best of this week’s food porn—all the hearts, all the plates, all the flowers, and all the cakes.