For the first time in a history that spans almost a century,from Tuesday, 10th May.

Executive Chef Gary Lee has created a menu featuring English breakfast classics, including a traditional Full English (£16.50) and Vegetarian Breakfast (£14.00), as well as an entire section dedicated to eggs, where guests are able to enjoy them in whichever style they wish, be it boiled, baked, scrambled or poached (from £4.50).

There will also be some lighter options such as the Super Seed Bowls (£8.00); raw superfood-packed bowls of chia, flax and oats, soaked for maximum nutritional gain and served with an option of dairy-free milks, plus plenty of fresh fruit (from £3.75).

A selection of homemade breads will form the’Bakery’ section, accompanied by nut butters, crunchy gianduja spread or traditional jams (£4.75), and for those feeling more indulgent, Waffles (£9.75), Pancakes (£9.50) and French Toast (£6.50) will be available.

Understanding the importance of coffee and the role it plays in kick starting the day, The Ivy has considered its choice of beans, sourcing from family-run British roaster, Street & Co, who have over 30 years’ experience in the industry.

A bespoke Peruvian espresso and a medium roast Kenyan filter coffee will be offered alongside The Ivy’s extensive range of specialist teas from The East India tea Company, plus fresh juices including a Market Greens Juice of the Day (£5.00) and a healthy Morning Tonic, made up of lemon, cayenne, turmeric, agave, cider vinegar and sparkling water (£4.00). 

Steeped in history, The Ivy relaunched to acclaim last summer following a five month closure.

Breakfast is served at The Ivy West Street from Tuesday, 10th May from 8am to 10.30am, Monday to Friday.

1-5 West Street | London WC2H 9NQ | 020 7836 4751 | 


Breakfast opening hours …. Monday to Friday – 8am to 10.30am