Getting up early in London is essential: its climate compels and takes advantage of the hours of light ahead of any lazy impulse when Big Ben sounds. But getting up early in this city does not cost, because between buildings of Victorian ministries and houses there is always a corner where a new gastronomic museum has just taken root, and with that perspective, who can stick the sheets.
As with tea, tradition dictates the protocol in English breakfast and if the British can be proud of something, gastronomically speaking, it’s theirs. His graceful majesty Isabel II, reigns over a territory that likes to take with the first light of the day a tasty and forceful breakfast with toasted bread, beans, some meat and scrambled or grilled eggs. The Full English Breakfast is the most successful Cockney delicacy in the city, although its forcefulness makes many Londoners reserve the delicacy for the weekends, when the whole city is given to brunch. As a prelude to the workday, a coffee, orange juice, porridge, oatmeal and milk, or toast garnished with the colors of British jams is more than enough for many Londoners. Although there are few who are deceived by him, and repeat daily ritual that fills them with energy for the rest of the day.