First off, it should be called the F%$king Great Life Eatery
because that’s how good the eggs benedict is.
I went to meet my friend right before my wedding for a catch up
breakfast and my only requirement was healthy. In my world, healthy is any food
that doesn’t contain cookies or cake, so our options were pretty open.
I’d been dying to go to The Good Life Eatery
for a while but heard there were lines and I couldn’t be bothered to fight a
yummy mummy after her yoga class with an insatiable need to get her chia seed
It was raining, elbows were thrown but eventually I got
somewhere near the front of the line and ordered their skinny royale. If I’m
honest I expected it to taste like cardboard because that’s how most health
food tastes to me. I picked the real bread (gluten free is code word for filled
with plastic and shit I can’t pronounce) and we sat at the counter near the doorway,
which my friend was passively aggressively guarding with her life.
Imagine my surprise when this plate of deliciousness showed
I don’t know what’s skinny about it because this was
probably one of the best eggs benedict/royale I have ever had in my entire
If it will put less junk in my
trunk I vote we permanently change the standard recipe to this (eggs, smoked
salmon, yogurt and saffron sauce mmmmmmm).
Although they have a vast selection, I didn’t have a
smoothie. I’m just not into avocado, vanilla and almond milk mixed together. I’d
like to keep my yummy benedict down thankyouverymuch.
Then I went back a few weeks later with another set of girl
friends for our first (of hopefully many) breakfast club at noon (One of us had
It obviously wasn’t me). Imagine my horror
when I was told that they don’t serve eggs after 11:30am because eggs aren’t for
Whoever decided this is
missing out on LIFE. Anyway, after the shock wore off I ordered their chicken
club which was also delicious, but not to the epic level their royale was.
I was also hung-over as f%$k so I asked the staff if they had anything that would cure it and they pointed me in the direction of a delicious juice
called Melrose sunset. The food arrived promptly and we chatted as a weirdo sat
at the spare seat at our table and devoured a huge and incredible looking piece
of red velvet cake.
I highly recommend The Goof Life Eatery but politely request
that you contact me before you go so you can save me a place in line.
Labels: breakfast, Chelsea, club sandwich, Eggs Benedict, Eggs Royale, healthy, juice, Kensington, London, lunch, Restaurant Review, The Good Life Eatery