To celebrate National Egg Week on 9th-15th October with World Egg Day falling on the 14th, we have rounded-up the ooziest #YolkPorn offerings from our clients here at Sauce.

Lobster Benedict at Thomas’s Café at Burberry

 Thomass Cafe Burberry

Indulge in a breakfast fit for a fashionista at Thomas Café at Burberry. Priced at £28, the Thomas’s Café at Burberry Lobster Benedict is made using knuckles and claws from Bembridge lobsters. Fished off the Bembridge shelf (just off the Isle of Wight), the lobster meat is grilled in the Bertha. The knuckles are placed on a bed of sautéed spinach along with two poached Barradale eggs. The eggs are topped with hollandaise sauce and a grilled lobster claw is placed on the side. Sat atop an English muffin, it’s a dish worth indulging in. Thomass reservations

Tom’s Kitchen serves the Ultimate Truffled Eggs Benedict

Toms Kitchen 

Tom’s Kitchen serves the ‘Ultimate Truffled Eggs Benedict’ during breakfast and brunch. Priced at £19, the dish has a muffin topped with a poached egg, prosciutto and hollandaise with gratings of truffle for a truly decadent start to the weekend.  Founded by Tom Aikens, Tom’s Kitchen has five sites across London, with locations including Chelsea, Canary Wharf, St Katharine Dock and Somerset House, serving British comfort food classics with an emphasis on the very best seasonal ingredients.

Note: Recipe available on request

Dirty Bones’ Ultimate Hangover Brunch

dirty bones

Offering a different take on your yolk porn classics, Dirty Bones’ serve up their Short Rib Hash. The dish includes 14-hour slow cooked short rib finished with caramelised shallots and mustard seeds, served with potatoes and two oozing sunny side-up eggs. What better way to enjoy the weekend than with some NYC-inspired yolk porn, a couple of cocktails and a side of old school hip-hop, funk and soul music?  

Plum + Spilt Milk’s fabulous eggs create fabulous breakfast classics

Plum & Spilt Milk

Using the finest British, free range @cacklebean_eggs from Cackleberry Farm in the heart of the Cotswolds, Plum + Spilt Milk produce fantastic quality breakfast classics. From traditional eggs benedict to the more indulgent Dorset lobster benedict, vibrant orange yolks are partnered with a rich hollandaise for the perfect start to the day. Whichever egg dish you choose from Plum and Spilt Milk’s champagne brunch menu, you’ll be greeted with proper yolk porn from proper hens.

Arabica Bar and Kitchen: The Arabica Fry Up


For £10, close your eyes and whisk your sense to the Levant with the Arabica Bar & Kitchen Fry Up. Enjoy two fried Rookery farm eggs, generous slices of spiced beef sausage, roasted tomato, mushrooms and flatbread. The perfect start to a Saturday stroll around Borough Market.

Hai Cenato serves the perfect breakfast egg pizza for brunch Italian style 

Hai Cenato

What better food porn duo exists than the union of pizza and egg? At their weekend brunch, Hai Cenato offer yolk porn oozing from signature sourdough pizzas. For £10.50 you can get a Pizza rossa topped with grilled and marinated vegetables, oregano, mozzarella and a bursting cured egg yolk. They are also offering a series of guest chef pizzas from which £1 per pizza will go to Hospitality Action charity. And kids eat free for Saturday brunch and all-day Sunday! 

Peruvian eggs at Señor Ceviche Charlotte Street  

Senor Ceviche

The lively Peruvian restaurant, Señor Ceviche on Charlotte Street, serves a brilliant free-flowing weekend brunch. Dishes include this Sweet potato waffle with slow cooked short rib, frijoles negros, fried duck egg and miso anticucho sauce (£12), matched perfectly with free-flowing Pisco Punch, Pisco Maria, or Cusqueña (£18pp). Further delicious egg dishes on the restaurant’s brunch menu include Corn bread French toast with burnt tomato salsa, avocado and yuzu truffle hollandaise (£9); Andean potato rosti with Peruvian sausage, fried duck egg and Señor’s hot sauce (£12); and Papaya marinated flat iron steak and eggs with pickled shiitake mushroom and uchucuta sauce (£14). Available 11am-5pm every Saturday and Sunday. 

Brunch by Theo Randall at the Intercontinental

Theo Randall Frittata

Theo Randall at the InterContinental has recently launched a four-course ‘La Dolce Vita’ weekend brunch with new vegan options for £57. Featuring a selection of brunch classics with an authentic Italian twist, such as Frittata with organic eggs, girolle mushrooms caprine fresco, marjoram and mixed Italian leaves, the menus celebrates Theo’s signature favourites. Guests will enjoy Prosecco and Bellinis all the way through, and end the leisurely brunch with a selection of desserts, served to share.

Tuck into Huevos Turcos at Tuyo


This glorious dish of Huevos Turcos; poached eggs, smoked baba ganouche, preserved lemons, chilli and sumac gremolata with sourdough comes from the recently launched weekend brunch menu at Tuyo. Every Saturday and Sunday from 9am to 1pm the restaurant on Broadway Market serves an array of Mediterranean and Levantine breakfast options with influences from Turkey, Greece, and beyond. 

Modernist Cuisine have perfected the art of cooking eggs sunny-side up…

Modernist Cuisine

‘Cooking an egg sunny-side up to perfection poses an inherent problem: the yolk and the white reach their ideal textures at different temperatures. Our solution is to cook the yolk separately from the white and to then reassemble the two parts just before serving. That way, the yolk is like jam and the white is still buttery.’

The scientific team behind the sell-out Modernist Cuisine trilogy are about to launch their new book, Modernist Bread on the 7th of November.

Photo Credit: Chris Hoover

Sunny side-up – Rosti Greek style at Meraki

Sauce Loves National Egg Week

New Fitzrovia Greek restaurant, Meraki, offers a Mediterranean take on the ultimate indulgent trio of butter, potato and egg with their Rosti Greek style. A bed of Crunchy potatoes, truffle & Cretan butter lies ready to soak up the oozing yolks of the two sunny side-up eggs resting atop. Yolk-porn doesn’t get much better than this.

Steak & Eggs at Temple & Sons

Temple & Sons

Home to grilled meats and classic English fare, Jason Atherton’s Temple & Sons is the place to go for eggs cooked old-school. Along with the staple Eggs Benedict or Royale, the star of the show at Temple & Sons’ Saturday bottomless brunch is a much-loved and often forgotten British classic – Steak, Egg & Chips. Made from Wood fired Lake District onglet, potatoes, Lancashire black pudding and fried