Brunch In West London

Savoury or sweet? Boozy or dry? Whatever your preferences, there's one thing we can all agree on: there's nothing like a knockout morning meal for getting your Saturday off to a brilliant start. And, fortunately for you, the capital is brimming with spots serving the weekend dish. From classic bites in cosy pubs to decadent plates in gorgeous restaurants, we've got you covered with the very best places for brunch in West London.

Last updated on 19th August 2022

Plush seats and Champagne-puking unicorns are up for grabs at Chelsea Funhouse. This wacky King's Road restaurant is cooking up everything from Persian fried eggs with pea hummus and flatbreads to maple banana crêpes with salted ice cream - the perfect start to your weekend, no?

The Hero of Maida

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A great choice for breakfast in West London, The Hero of Maida is a beautiful gastropub whipping up classic brunch fare. Settle into their comfy banquettes and spend a leisurely morning sipping on steaming cups of coffee as you chow down on smoked salmon and scrambled eggs.

The Prince Alfred

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Just a stone's throw away from Little Venice, The Prince Alfred is bringing you Victorian interiors and some unexpectedly fancy brunch offerings. See for yourself with a weekend visit to the pub where you'll find focaccia sandwiches topped with flat iron steak and paprika-spiced baked beans.

The Sun Inn

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One of the best places for brunch in West London, The Sun Inn is the Barnes pub ready to elevate your weekend mornings. Head over before 2pm and you'll be treated to fry ups, breakfast burgers and a whole range of delicious egg dishes.


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One of the best places for bottomless brunch in West London, Kindred is dishing up tasty food and free-flowing fizz in a sleek setting. As well as serving up all the classics at the weekend, it also hosts an array of events if you fancy coming back for more.

On the hunt for brunch in West London? Chestnut is a gorgeous cafe and bakery fronting a range of delicious plates and indulgent pastries. Head over to the Belgravia haunt for a breakfast you won't forget and make sure you get a bite of their signature sourdough.

Shake up your weekends with a day of drinking and dancing at one of Supa Dupa Fly's epic bottomless brunch parties. Alongside banging hip hop tunes from BBC 1Xtra's Emily Rawson and fellow big name DJs, there'll also be delicious food and free-flowing drinks.

Located in Twickenham, The Stables at Orleans House is serving up delicious seasonal brunches in a sophisticated setting. Soak in your surroundings as you tuck into avocado on toast with roast cauliflower, feta and a maple mustard dressing or grab a cheesy sourdough toasty instead.


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How does bottomless rum punch sound? Burlock is bringing the best brunch events to West London. Enjoy crispy chicken or cauliflower wings, while washing it down with endless booze. And stay tuned for their killer DJ to keep the party going.

Events @ Pizza Pilgrims

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Sometimes all we need is unlimited pizza and a few drinks. Luckily, Pizza Pilgrims has you covered. Head to their well-loved bottomless events with plenty of bubbles, beer, and mouthwatering slices.

For bottomless brunch in West London, look no further than Cottons Restaurant & Rum Shack Notting Hill. They're whipping up a range of Caribbean dishes for you to choose from, all munched on while sipping unlimited rum punch and listening to the reggae soundtrack.

Restaurant Ours is hosting a fabulous boozy brunch in Knightsbridge. Make your way to the Whispering Angel event for some lip-smacking flowing bubbles, alongside a mouthwatering three-course meal with entertainment. Need we say more?

Ollie’s House

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Ollie's House slings out a seriously unique brunch in West London. From the miso eggs benedict and scrumptious nasi goreng to the Indonesian corn fritters and breakfast baos, this one's definitely a keeper. And if you're on a health kick, there are plenty of smoothie bowls to choose from.

Nestled along the river in Nine Elms, The Black Cab Coffee Co is serving up strong cups of joe and delicious brekkie bites for meat-eaters, vegans and veggies alike. Tuck shakshuka, pancakes or one of its signature dishes and you'll see why it's regarded as one of the best places in West London for brunch.

Empanadas, bottomless bubbles and a slice of cake or brownie from an award-winning bakery? Sounds like one helluva brunch to us. If you agree, then head down to Jack And Beyond cafe in Fulham, just a short stroll from Parsons Green station.