On Monday, Crowdcube announced that one of its #FundedClub members, The Good Egg, has been name one of the eleven great places to eat in Hackney by Bloomberg’s chief food critic Richard Vines.
— Crowdcube (@Crowdcube) April 4, 2016
The Good Egg, which was inspired by Californian deli Wise Sons, has not only drawn the attention of London brunch lovers, it has been noticed by various UK media outlets such as London Evening Standard, Huffington Post and Time Out London. The company shared:
“We’ve served breakfast at some of the most well-regarded and competitive markets in the UK; KERB, FEAST and Street Feast. We have cooked for the Prime Minister at No. 10, for Twitter’s company breakfasts, and run a pop-up in London for 8 months serving 100 customers a day in a small 20-seater café, which we believe has created a strong and loyal following.”
The Good Eggs’ team includes founder Joel Braham, who Evening Standard has dubbed “top restaurateur to look out for in 2014,” and executive chef Theo Lewis. They noted:
“We believe brunch is big business and we have strived to be at the forefront of what we call London’s egg movement over the last few years.”
“This Stoke Newington neighborhood restaurant traces its tangled culinary roots to Tel Aviv, California and Montreal. It started life in food markets before making it indoors a few months ago. The Good Egg is particularly strong on brunch. Dish to try: Shakshuka – baked eggs in a spiced tomato and pepper sauce, with preserved lemon yoghurt & sumac and a challah roll (£10).”
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