202 is situated on one of the most appealing street of London.. Westbourne Grove, this street house to Granger and Co, Daylesford Organic and many boutique stores
Whats different for 202 from other competitor is their shop/cafe… The entrance display and sells art and books while the back serves food from breakfast till afternoon and clothes on the lower ground floor..
We went for the usual croissant, which was abit below average.. It was abit dry.. Not to my liking.. For mains we got french toast with bacon and maple syrup (£8)
The other one ordered were buttermilk and ricotta pancakes with fruit compote and creme fraiche (£8).. The pancakes were amazingly delicious.. The pancake is light and fluffy not overly sweet and the hidden orange citrus comes through which makes it so fresh and fragrant.. Plus the side compote is the perfect pairing with the creme fraiche on the pancakes.. One of the top pancakes for me.. The french toast was ok, bacon was nice and crispy but the toast itself didn’t really shine..
I also got eggs benedict (parma ham) (£12) which was also super good, creamy and slightly tangy hollandaise pairs well with the well aged ham and crispy muffins ( must apologise that couldn’t get the picture in time as my friend ate it so quickly)
202 I think is a place worth visit for early or late breakfast as the food is delicious and the atmosphere of the place is just perfect for it.. Give it a try and hopefully you enjoy it as much as I do!