How d’ya like your eggs in the morning? Can’t decide? Well, we’ve compiled an Easter egg selection that throws tradition right out the window, just for you.

Best for all-day brunch… Baked Eggs with Chorizo (pictured above)

Cosy Belgian spot, Le Pain Quotidien (it’s a tricky one, pronounced: luh paN koh-ti-dyaN) works with organic farmers, Chapel Farm Eggs in Guildford, just 37 miles from London, to create its Baked Eggs with Chorizo on toasted organic sourdough. What’s more, LPQ serves its selection of eggs throughout the day, meaning brunch on tap. There’s the Baked eggs with Salmon or the Scrambled Eggs using smoked Atlantic salmon with dill and lemon on toasted organic rye bread. Or keep it simple with a dippy egg. “Happy hens lay healthy eggs. That’s why all of ours are organic,” you can’t argue with that.

Le Pain Quotidien | Find your closest London store here. | Baked Eggs with Chorizo £6.95

Best for design… Crème Egg Burger

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Melted Crème Egg Burger with brioche bun and white chocolate

Back by popular demand (last year the Crème Egg Burger went viral) but this time, they’re deep fried. Of course. K West Hotel & Spa‘s Studio Kitchen is serving up mini slider “burgers”. But don’t let your eyes deceive you! This is a melted crème egg, smothered in golden batter and topped with mascarpone cream and strawberry jelly. If that’s not enough, it’s encased within a sweet brioche bun dipped in white chocolate and dusted in raspberry sprinkles.

Studio Kitchen at K West Hotel & Spa | Richmond Way, London W14 0AX | Available from 20 March on the dessert menu for £5.50 and on the new Spring Afternoon Tea from £24.50pp

Best for Easter gift… Babelle’s canelés

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Babelle’s Easter canelés are the perfect Easter gift

Babelle is a small, London-based company selling beautiful canelés – a traditional sweet delicacy from the Bordeaux region of France, with a caramelised crust and soft custardy centre. This Easter, there are three canelés topped with a delicate white chocolate egg: lime flavoured, coconut flavoured and Poire Williams flavoured. And if you want to take fancy up a notch, try the canelé topped with a milk chocolate butterfly filled with chocolate ganache. The perfect Easter gift.

“Ingredient wise, the recipe for the canelés is the same as a pancake! The secret is in the baking, you have to vary the temperatures to get that wonderful crunch,” says Nicolas Wetter, director of Babelle. Pop back soon to see what it’s like behind the scenes in Babelle‘s kitchen!

Babelle | Available at the One New Change market (St Paul’s) on Fridays, at the Duke of York Square market (Sloane Square) on Saturdays, Fortnum & Mason and Selfridges | £2.65 each

Best for fusion cuisine… Pork Belly Benedict

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Comfort food at its best: Pork Belly Benedict

Don’t miss the extended residency of Japanese Fowl Mouths at The King & Co pub in Clapham, where you can grab a Pork Belly Benedict for brunch with poached eggs and yuzu hollandaise. Has brunch ever sounded so good? This dish is reflective of Fowl Mouths’ efforts to celebrate Japanese comfort food. Find out more about Brunch and bottomless Bloody Marys here.

Fowl MouthsResidency ’til Monday 28 March at The King & Co, 100 Clapham Park Road, London SW4 7BZ | Kitchen hours for Fowl Mouths at The King & CoMonday-Friday: 5-10pm, Saturday: 12-10pm, Sunday: 12-8pm | To book, please email

Best for an egg with a view… Duck & Waffle

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Located on the 40th floor of the Heron TowerDuck & Waffle provides a sumptuous setting for your egg craving. There’s no better way to devour a fried egg than atop the signature Duck & Waffle dish: crispy leg confit, fried duck egg, drizzled with mustard maple syrup. Dining above the gherkin… this is eggs in style.

Duck & Waffle | 110 Bishopsgate, London EC2N 4AY | Duck & Waffle dish costs £17 | Book ahead

Best for snacking… Epic Scotch Egg

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In south west London Ben’s Canteen is serving up an Epic Scotch Egg

The Epic Scotch Egg at Ben’s Canteen has been turning heads. What makes it so epic? “Probably the love we put into it… plus some of the umami boosting extras like mushroom (and mushroom ketchup) and black pudding. And there is bacon – and everyone loves bacon right?” Straight from the horse’s mouth. 

Ben’s Canteen | Battersea, 140 St John’s Hill, London SW11 1SL | Earslfield, 422 Garratt Lane, London SW18 4HW | Served from 5pm

Best for splashing out… The Colossal Egg

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The Colossal Egg at Fortnum & Mason

Weighing a mighty 1.4kg, Fortnum & Mason’s Colossal Egg comprises a Russian doll effect of five eggs: milk chocolate caramel, chocolate orange, chai, signature Rose & Violet, and the zesty Mitcham Mint. This extravagant chocolate, Easter gift is sure to impress. Or just treat yourself to hours of indulgence.

Fortnum & Mason | Available to buy in store at 181 Piccadilly, London W1A 1ER or order online for collection at | £90

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