Located at London Gatwick’s North Terminal, it will be The Breakfast Club’s first restaurant in the travel sector.
The new restaurant location will offer guests breakfast items and serve cocktails to those looking for a pre-flight treat later in the day.
SSP Group said: “The Breakfast Club’s London Gatwick menu includes ‘The All American’ pancakes with crispy bacon as well as ‘not so’ American British sausage, homestyle potatoes, fried eggs and maple syrup. It will also offer ‘The Full Monty’ traditional English fry-up, as well as vegetarian and vegan choices.”
The new restaurant has a ‘retro travel’ ambience and features vintage TVs, which screen classic movies and The Breakfast Club’s famous ‘Today Is Going To Be A Good Day’ message.
The restaurant’s bar will offer its guests cocktail, beer or a quick bite. Its seating has been created for solo, duo, or group dining. Tables are equipped with sockets for travellers needing to charge a device before their flight.
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SSP Group announced its partnership with The Breakfast Club Group to open the London Gatwick location in March this year.
At that time, SSP Group UK and Ireland Kari Daniels said: “We’re hugely proud of partnering with The Breakfast Club on this exciting opening and have worked closely with the brand team over the past two years to deliver the great offer and experience at Gatwick that The Breakfast Club is famous for.
“This restaurant brand is a great addition to our portfolio and we see significant scope to open up more The Breakfast Club restaurants in airports in the future.”