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Breakfast in London?

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My husband and I are planning another trip to the UK. We have been to London a few times, but we have always had breakfast included in our hotels. Breakfast is not important to me, since I usually have toast and tea or coffee. But my husband usually wants a standard one, including eggs, or cereal, etc. The two hotels we are looking at, one near Lancaster Gate and one in S. Kensington, both give us the option of room only or room with breakfast.....and the latter one is MUCH higher. So we thought we would opt for room only and find a place for breakfast that would allow him to order whatever he felt like and I could get my tea and toast.......and save a bit of money....or a lot of money!
Even though we know London to some extent, we have never paid any attention to places open for breakfast. Could someone give us their views on where to go in these two neighborhoods, Lancaster Gate and S. Kensington, or for that matter, anywhere in central London, that might be a good bet for breakfast. Thanks.

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