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Panera Bread
330 7th Avenue
(Btwn 28th & 29th St)
New York, NY 10001
United States
(646) 473-0204
www.panerabread.com

Hours:
Daily 6am-10pm

Price Range: 10-20 USD

Nearest Transit:
28 St (1, 2); 34 St - Penn Station (1, 2, 3); 23 St (1, 2)


One rainy day when my nieces had other plans, I decided to call my friends for a last minute brunch. We met up at Panera Bread for a quick bite before I did some errands. 

It’s a very casual place like that of a cafe. What I liked about this restaurant was that it also had healthy food choices. Since I wasn’t that hungry, I only ordered a French Toast Bagel with honey walnut creme cheese and a brownie. Since I love sweets and breakfast food combined, it was the perfect breakfast place! You can just grab some food and eat them on the way to wherever you are going. I actually wish I had more time to go back and have it again for breakfast.

I’m quite excited that if and when I go back, the one in front of my sister’s apartment will be open already. When I was there, it still said “Coming Soon in 5th Avenue”. See you soon, Panera! 

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Balans
187 Kensington High Street, 
London W8 6SH
(020) 7376 0115
www.balans.co.uk

Monday to Sunday
7.30am - 12am

Reservations can be made.

Price range: 15-25 pounds

There are other branches too. 

Nearest tube stop: 
South Kensington


When traveling, breakfast is one of my favorite meals. I always look for restaurants that serve breakfast food wherever I go. My nieces, who went to London the previous year, brought us to this restaurant that’s one tube stop away from our hotel. It is a very small quaint place that serves breakfast food all day then turns into a bar at night. 

My staple order for breakfast is Eggs Benedict but I usually replace the ham with salmon if I’m trying to be a bit healthier (as if!). I remember this one to be good but nothing really extraordinary. Since we were a lot, I  was able to try a little bit of everything from what the others ordered. I really liked the Corned Beef Hash since it was the chunky and crispy kind of corned beef mixed with potatoes. I went back a 2nd time just to have my own order of it. 

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