,

Brunch at Foxcroft & Ginger | Review

January 02, 2015

Foxcroft and Ginger Review
Foxcroft and Ginger Review
Foxcroft and Ginger Review
Foxcroft and Ginger Review
Foxcroft and Ginger Review
Foxcroft and Ginger Review
Foxcroft and Ginger Review
Foxcroft and Ginger ReviewFoxcroft and Ginger Review
Foxcroft and Ginger Review
Foxcroft and Ginger Review

When it comes to eating out, I'm more of a Dinner type of gal. However, when I was invited to try out Foxcroft & Ginger, I was keen on the aspect of Brunch. Me and my mother made our way to the new Whitechapel branch on the morning of my 22nd birthday (getting old, I know *cries*).

A short walk from Whitechapel Station, the trendy cafe/restaurant was easy to locate which is always a bonus when you're hungry. We were welcomed with smiles, and hellos as we entered. I loved the whole interior/decor of the space - it had a pretty much lived in and worn out look to it - very industrial chic.

The menu boasts a variety of yumminess (with a great deal of eggs) from Breakfast, and Lunch, through to Dinner. We went for breakfast style choices. As the Eggs Benedict virgin that I am (or was), it was only right to finally give it a go. I'm a hardcore fan of salmon, and made the mistake of ordering the Egg's Benedict with pulled pork (how? not too sure), Buttt, it was delicious - served on F&G's infamous sourdough bread. We both (well my mother basically copied me), also ordered the sausage, eggs, and hash browns muffin, with a side of 'bloody Mary sauce' - not too sure want kind of concoction that was, but it tasted good nevertheless! The price point is pretty decent too, with dishes starting from £5. 

I was told that every morning, freshly baked goodies are delivered there from its Soho branch - impressive. I had  a couple of chocolate fudge brownies and carrot cakes to go, and boy or boy did I stuff my face as soon as I reached home in the evening! Foxcroft & Ginger have now taken the best carrot cakes ever title from Costa hands down.
Overall Foxcroft & Ginger was a real (birthday)treat, great customer service, a nice chilled environment, lovely food, and of course, a big thumbs up to their fresh bakery! Love a good carbohydrate overdose I do.

Thanks again for the invite Roxii!

Address: 68 Mile End Road, Whitechapel, E1 4TT  
Nearest Stations: Whitechapel and Stepney Green  
Web: foxcroftandginger.co.uk

You Might Also Like

5 comments

  1. Oh wow this looks absolutely incredible and is going straight on my list of places to try!
    Sophie
    x

    ReplyDelete
  2. Very cool looking place indeed, I shall add it to my list.

    Buckets & Spades

    ReplyDelete
  3. Love the decor looks so shoreditchy lol. Gosh the food looks incred!!!

    ReplyDelete
  4. Lovely review, so hungry now!

    Thanks for the mention :)

    www.studdedkisses.co.uk

    ReplyDelete
  5. your blog is beautiful! loving the photos!
    would you mind sharing the editing platform you use for your photos - i love them :) :)

    Mollie
    x

    ReplyDelete

Hey, how are you today? Thank you for taking the time to leave a comment!