Weekends just aren’t complete anymore without a tasty or boozy brunch, join me as I take you through the best brunches in London. There’s bound to be something for every taste.
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Cabana in St Giles serves endless brunch. The Amazon Brunch at Cabana is served to the beat of a DJ.
Starters include corn ‘ribs’ with sweet smoked paprika, as well as butter and sea salt, and mains include The Full Brazilian and Cinnamon Rabanada.
The £50 per person meal includes a three-course Amazonian feast and free-flowing beverages or mocktails (£40pp).
2. Sumosan Twiga
Considered one of the best brunches in London, they offer limitless drinks and wonderful food to let you celebrate in style.
Sumosan Twiga brunch features bottomless champagne, cocktails, beer, wine, and spirits, as well as a specially crafted brunch buffet.
With a menu that includes both Japanese and Italian foods, Sumosan Twiga allows guests to experience both sides of its roots.
3. Crazy Pizza
This pizzeria in Marylebone is fast creating a name for itself. With a swanky decor, open kitchen, outdoor seating, and all-Italian waiter’s dough-spinning pizzaiolos, this place definitely knows how to get the party started.
The menu is simple but classic and with the combination of live musicians, dancers, and of course bottomless drinks, Crazy Pizza is a must-visit for brunch.
The restaurant fuses Tehrani and Bombay flavors. Dishoom offers great dinners and brunch.
Popular dishes include the bacon naan wrap with cream cheese, chili jam, and coriander, as well as the Kejriwal (two fried eggs over chili cheese bread), and the Bombay or vegan Bombay.
In addition, they have refillable house chai with spices, an oat milk substitute, and a chocolate version. Coriander-and-chili eggs, masala beans, and buns. Yum!
Breakfast is provided on weekdays from 8 am to 11:45 am and on weekends from 9 am to 11:45 am. Come early to avoid the line. Worried? Purchase at-home kits.
Locations include: Kensington Shoreditch, King’s Cross Carnaby Covent Garden
5. The Good Egg
The Good Egg leans into its Middle Eastern influence serving delicious mezze, shakshuka, couscous, egg, and cheese buns. In addition, spoil yourself with babka french toast for dessert.
Also, read our article on the best Israeli restaurants in London and surely it will be interesting!
Locations Include: Kingly Court / Stoke Newington / Mon-Fri 9.30-10pm, Fri-Sat 9.30am – 10.30pm, Sun 9.30am-9pm
6. Where The Pancakes Are
They originated as a Hackney pancake day pop-up. Choose from buttermilk or a dairy-free, wheat-free, vegan 3-in-1 batter.
2 pancakes, OJ or grapefruit, coffee or tea, and your choice of topping. St. Ewe’s poached egg, hollandaise, asparagus, and tarragon with smoked salmon, bacon, or avocado.
There’s also granola, cereal, and small Dutch babies (like Yorkshire puddings). Diners are spoiled by the extensive range of sweet and savoury pancake options on the All Day menu (eg. pulled beef pastrami). We’re delighted Where the Pancakes Are has lasted.
Half the tables are held for walk-ins and half are bookable.
Location: Fitzrovia/London Bridge
7. Bourne & Hollingsworth
Incredible! The B&H brunch is amongst the best brunches in London and costs £29 and includes your cocktail, two courses, tea, or coffee, with the bottomless option of adding Bellinis or Bloody Marys to your meal.
Eggs Benedict, Eggs Royale, Full English, avocado on toast, huevos benedictos, granola, as well as smoothie bowls are served for brunch. Oh, and the hazelnut and banana pancakes are divine.
Weekend Brunch Sat & Sun 10-4 pm
Caravan is serious about good coffee but not stuffy, I love that they support female coffee producers and environmental charities.
Their brunch menu includes cereals & fruit, smashed avo on sourdough, pancakes, jalapeno cornbread, meatballs, smoked salmon, chorizo and potato hash, fried and veggie fry, halloumi, seasoned rice, chickpea dahl.
Count them as one of the best brunches in London and indulge in their delectable sweets such as poached rhubarb, hazelnut, and elderflower tarts with whipped honey cream, and blueberries.
Locations: King’s Cross, Exmouth Market, Bankside, City, Fitzrovia, Canary Wharf, Chelsea
9. Sunday in Brooklyn
The legendary spot first opened in Williamsburg, New York, and is now a London brunch hot place.
There’s also ricotta and jam brioche, herbal bone broth, biscuits and gravy, cheddar scramble, salads, burgers (including cauliflower patty melt and crispy chicken sandwich), and sides.
Want luxury pancakes? Try Sunday Pancakes with Hazelnut Maple Praline.
Location: Westbourne Grove, book via Resy app
10. Egg Slut
How do you like your eggs? Egg slut has bacon, egg & cheese, sausage, egg & cheese, and Fairfax (cage-free soft scrambled eggs and chives, cheddar cheese, caramelized onions, and sriracha mayo in a warm brioche bun).
In addition, there’s also the Slut (coddled egg on potato purée with baguette) and the buttermilk biscuit (house-made buttermilk biscuit served with honey butter). Order locally produced bread without your egg dish.
Locations: Shoreditch Mon-Sun: 8 AM – 5 PM, Fitzrovia Mon-Sun: 8 AM – 5 PM, Notting Hill Mon-Sun: 8 AM – 5 PM
11. Granger & Co
Generally, Granger & Co serves juices, smoothies, shakes, coffee, tea, and hot chocolate, as well as granola, porridge, ricotta hotcakes, banana, and honeycomb butter.
Also, they have toasted coconut bread and butter, scrambled eggs, toasted dusty knuckle sourdough, sweet corn fritters, roast tomato, spinach, bacon, and avocado salsa.
Spiced vegan pumpkin and date loaf, almond butter and jam, chili fried egg in brioche, baby spinach, and spiced mango chutney with bacon or halloumi, grilled cheese, as well as green kimchi open sandwich, noodle breakfast bowl, celeriac, and courgette fritters, soft shell crab.
Location: Chelsea, Clerkenwell, King’s Cross, Notting Hill. Walk-ins.
12. Farm Girl
They specialise in beautiful hot drinks – try the butterfly matcha, rose matcha, pastries, açai bowl, avo toast, porridge, eggs (poached, scrambled, fried), Dahl, pancakes, soup, tacos. Also sandwiches, salads, cakes, and cookies.
Also, I love that they have photos of their dishes and beverages on their website.
Location: Portobello Road, Notting Hill
13. Darcie & May
Served with love from Australia! Prue Freeman’s granola, pancakes, French toast, banana bread sandwich, smashed avocado, red or green shakshuka, corn fritters, as well as salmon royale, and bacon wrap. £42 for bottomless Prosecco or mimosas. Weekends lack canal brunch.
From 8 am to 3 pm daily and on Sundays until 7 p.m., Little Venice’s Barbie, Daisy, and Beany Green serve brunch. On weekdays from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 pm, brunch with unlimited food and drinks from 1:30 to 3:30 pm.
14. The Exhibit
Every weekend their Bottomless Brunch is an entire vibe and the happy Hour rings every day 5-7 pm (2 for 1).
The Brunch menu is served until 4 pm: sweetcorn fritters, avocado on toast, halloumi, and portobello bap, bacon & fried egg bap, as well as eggs florentine, eggs benedict, and eggs royale.
Meanwhile, bottomless brunch includes 90 minutes of free-flowing Prosecco, Aperol, or Heineken for £29.50pp (£5 fee for a big dish). Sunday surf and turf with fries, salad, and bubbly; add steak if you’re feeling extra. Above all, finish with a sticky toffee pudding or Hackney Gelato.
Location: Balham Station Road
15. Hip Hop Brunch
These guys will give you an afternoon to remember with a 2-course meal, 1 hr of bottomless cocktails, karaoke, and entertainment. Also, did I mention this brunch is multi-award-winning?
Therefore, a must-visit with a group of friends for a fantastic day out!
16. West End Musical Brunch
Love musicals as well as huge foodies? Why not combine your two loves at this bottomless brunch? It’s a 2-course brunch with 1hr unlimited drink with performers from London’s west end stages. Therefore, they are one of the best brunches in London, you’re in for a treat. £65pp
17. Ballie Ballerson
Picture this, a giant ball pit for adults, pizza galore, as well as unlimited cocktails to boot. Unforgettable memories will be made here! VIP packages are available.
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