Thai restaurant chain Busaba is to expand its offering into the breakfast day part.

It will be trialling the new menu at three of its sites – two in central London (Westfield in Shepherds Bush and Stratford) and its Kingston restaurant – from early June, with a view to rolling it out to the wider estate if successful.

Each dish on the menu is a twist on a classic British or American breakfast classic, said Busabi.

Dishes include: There’s the Omelette Pad Thai; the incredible Bangkok breakfast – made with pork, lemongrass and garlic sausages; a grilled pork belly BLT; pandan pancakes with Thai glazed pecans; and coconut porridge with mango coulis.

“We’ve long wanted to become an all-day dining concept and we are thrilled with this menu, Busaba’s marketing director Neve Rabbou said.

“It carries all our signature creativity, authenticity, and flavour which we know bring our customers back time and again. It’s totally delicious – healthy if you want, indulgent if you’re having one of those days, and the flavours rock really hard. It’s a great time for the Busaba brand.”

At the beginning of last year the business expanded its portfolio with the opening of a new concept in Oxford – a cocktail called Ajia.