Brunch In East London

East London is a world within itself, offering food from across the globe, drinks of any kind and (in our minds at least) some of the best brunches you can find in the city. Whether you fancy stuffing your face with pizza and doing a quirky activity, pairing your stacks of waffles with bottomless bubbles, or going with a classic full English and a fresh cup of coffee, these cafes, restaurants and bars are all coming through with the good stuff. Explore our guide to brunch in East London and get stuck in. 

Last updated on 13th May 2022




All Star Lanes Events

35 user reviews 4

Looking for some of East London's best brunch parties? All Star Lanes have got you covered. From your classic bottomless spreads to hilarious Britney-inspired antics, the bowling alley restaurants are upping the ante with delicious food and free-flowing drinks.

Dabbers Bingo

110 user reviews 4

Looking for cool brunch events in East London? Dabbers is the hilarious bingo party that's adding tasty treats and two hours of bottomless fizz to proceedings. Head over to their Houndsditch haunt for the chance to win some very neat prizes.

Supa Dupa Fly are bringing a day of hip hop bangers, bottomless booze and tasty grub to places around East London. Grab the gang and prepare to let loose to tunes from BBC 1Xtra's Emily Rawson and other wicked DJs.

Cabana

9 user reviews 4

Take a trip to sunnier shores with a bottomless brunch at Cabana. The vibrant restaurant is helping you welcome in te weekend with free-flowing fizz and spritzes alongside two courses of churros, Brazilian French toast and steaked laden breakfast burgers.

Trapeze Bar

95 user reviews 3

On the hunt for a fun brunch event in East London? Check out what Trapeze have got in store. The Big Top 90s VS 00s Brunch is coming in hot every Saturday with non-stop nostalgic hits, a delicious brunch menu and a range of bottomless sips.

Fleets

71 user reviews 4

Fleets is home to one of the best brunches in East London, offering everything from breakfast burgers and shakshuka to smoked duck Benedict and flat iron steak. With free-flowing fizz and a sleek urban setting, this is sure to make for one memorable weekend treat. 

Queen of Hoxton

35 user reviews 4

Looking for the best places to have brunch in East London? Queen of Hoxton should be your first port of call. Not only does it have a stunning rooftop and intimate club space, but it's also home to some of the city's best boozy brunches with plenty of unique offerings to choose from.