Sophie's Steakhouse and bar is launching a new breakfast menu by offering free meals to diners who donate to a fundraiser for Parkinson's disease.
The West London restaurant's co-founders Sophie Bathgate and Rupert Power will be giving away a complimentary breakfast to 537 diners, in exchange for a £10 donation to "My House to Your House", a challenge that will see ten friends running, swimming and cycling the 537km from London to Amsterdam.
The aim is to raise £53,000 for support and research charity Parkinson's UK.
Some 100 free breakfasts will be available every weekend at Sophie's on Fulham Road, London for the five weeks leading up to the event (taking place from 1-5th July) for those who donate £10 and download a voucher from www.mh2yh.com
The breakfast menu includes eggy bread (£5.00), pancakes with streaky bacon and maple syrup (£6.50) or more hearty options such as steak and eggs (£15.95), Eggs Florentine and Benedict (£5.50) and a Full English (£9.95). For the more health conscious homemade granola (£4.95) and pink grape fruit (£2.00) is available.
The 10 athletes competing in the MH2YH challenge will depart from Albert Bridge in Battersea, before cycling 427km, swimming 30km and running 66km to Amsterdam.