London's Best Brunch Restaurants
Nothing starts off your weekend better than a big ol' brunch. And London is full of places brimming with syrup drizzled bacon, stacks on stacks of pancakes and eggs in every shape and form. From breakfast kings to boozy brunch bars we've scoured the city for the best of the best. From us, with love, here's the best brunch restaurants in London. Happy scoffing.
Have a hankering for a delicious East Asian fusion brunch? We know just the place. Over in Kingly Court, Soho, Korean Dinner Party is slinging out the goods. You'll get five delicious small plates, which include things like bacon mochi and beef short rib tacos, which you can enjoy alongside bottomless fizz.
Find yourself gushing over avocados, eggs and hollandaise sauce come sun up on a Sunday? Never fear, The Drift are here. A darling spot for brunch and breakfast in Liverpool Street, The Drift boast their breakfast menu all Sunday long, with the likes of blueberry pancakes and maple syrup coming in at a delicious £7.95.
One of the best places to have brunch outside in London, Vauxhall Food & Beer Garden is spicing up your Saturdays with its bottomless feast. Not only will you get t pick from a whole host of street food offerings but you'll also get a whopping tow ours of unlimited cocktails in the sunny spot.
Put your brunch on turbo charge with Dirty Bones' decadent weekend offerings. Head to any of their four gorgeous venues where they're ready and waiting to stuff you with slow-cooked meats, cheesy burgers and boozy iced coffees, alongside bottomless cocktails for the braver brunchers.
Breakfast for, well, breakfast, lunch and dinner? The Fable have no qualms about providing you with these neat treats all day long. Piled high brunch plates and dashing drinks come as standard at The Fable where you can tuck into smoked salmon and scrambled eggs for just £7.95, all darn day on on a Sunday.
BrewDog Waterloo is coming in strong with its mouthwatering range of brunch plates. Take a trip into this cool boozer to enjoy a protein breakfast made up of scrambled eggs, avocado, spinach and sweet potatoes, or opt for an indulgent thick-cut brioche toast with vanilla mascarpone.
More than your simple Saturday morning bubbles and eggs benny affair, Aeronaut have sussed brunch in their own inimitable fashion. Whether it's their bingo brunch, or something of the fairytale or comedy brunches, they're undoubtedly one of the best brunch restaurants in London.
With an experimental menu featuring lobster mac 'n' cheese and their infamous pizza cones alongside mouth-watering cocktails and tonnes of prosecco, DUO is one of the best places for brunch in Brighton.
Every Saturday, you can indulge in a Souther Spain-inspired La Fiesta Brunch. Starting from £40 per person, you can tuck into all kinds of delicious tapas, including baby gem and tuna belly, as well as manchego cheese with sourdough bread, then chow down on a sumptuous main of beef sirloin with roasted potatoes.
The team behind Bourne and Hollingsworth Buildings in Angel have been creating waves with their idyllic decor, quirky cocktails and hidden basement bar. But really standing out in the crowd is the venue's great brunch menu. Featuring all your favourite dishes and composed of only the freshest ingredients, this is one brunch restaurant in London well worth checking out.
Make brunch the best part of your day and head to Brixton's Wood & Water for their fabulous menu. Bite into sweet and savoury dishes from their Jamaican breakfast with ackee and saltish to banana pancakes with a sweet and punchy rum sauce.
One of the best restaurants in King's Cross, Rotunda is the canalside spot offering an incredible brunch experience. Nab a spot by the water and tuck into hearty breakfast and bottomless bubbles every Saturday and Sunday until 4pm.
For one of the best brunch restaurants in London, be sure to head over to Circus in Covent Garden. You can eat a delicious bottomless meal followed by endless prosecco and live cabaret performances sure to keep you entertained.
Sip on quirky cocktails and tuck into Mexican street eats while surrounded by pink flamingos, neon lights and palm trees at Near & Far Camden, giving you a taste of Cali living. If that's not enough for you, make sure to check out their inspiring rooftop terrace for a little Insta-snapping.
Allyu is one of London's top brunch restaurants for its innovative approach to Nikkei cuisine. Tuck into sharing plates of South American-meets-Asian specials including fresh sushi and sashimi, grilled salmon and baked chicken with free-flowing fizz to complete the experience.
Escape the bustling streets of London over at Bubba Oasis, where they serve up some of the best brunches in Angel. Whether you head inside the bright and airy haunt or venture to the rooftop terrace, you can indulge in mushroom and truffle rolls, avocado flatbreads and smoothie bowls.
The Sipping Room is a sleek restaurant in East London that serves delicious brunch dishes to Canary Wharf's hungry workers. Open seven days a week, each dish served here is made using only the freshest seasonal ingredients. On top of that, the cocktail is composed of the quirkiest concoctions that the mixologists could think of.
Where to have the best brunch in London? Purveyors of Australian grub and well-known for their bottomless feasts, Scarlett Green are serving you delicious food in a gorgeous setting. Tuck into shakshouka and award-winning banana bread while sipping on free-flowing fizz.
One of the prettiest brunch restaurants in London, No.197 Chiswick Fire Station is fronting a magical mix of gorgeous plates and quality cocktails. Head over to the West London haunt for a weekend of Insta-friendly food and fun with friends.
At the Eastway Brasserie, brunch is an all-out affair - complete with a DIY bloody mary bar, free-flowing pastries and a menu full of dishes such as the fluffy buttermilk pancakes or the chorizo and sweet potato hash. Decked out with huge windows and a buzzing open-kitchen, head here on a Sunday morning for the full New York experience.
Nestled within Chelsea Funhouse, quirky restaurant Jolie is getting your weekend off to a banging start with its epic brunch. Expect to find wacky interiors, plush sofas and a Champagne puking unicorn, as well as a mouthwatering menu of crepes.
Looking for the perfect brunch spot on a lazy Sunday? At Tupi Peckham, you can expect nothing but comfort with their indulgent sweet pancake options or something a bit salty like their vegetarian fry up. Wash it all down with their fresh pressed juices.
Situated in Ealing, Teatro Hall is quite the brunch spot if you fancy some Italian dining. Enjoy everything from truffle scrambled eggs, slow-cooked beef rigatoni and buttermilk fried chicken. Pair your plate with a cocktail or glass of vino.
Brunch just took on a whole new dimension at Mommi's. Pushing the boundaries on what now seems to be your bog standard British brunch, Mommi offers you an international hybrid of Japanese and South American cuisines so your breakfast endeavors can go a bit global. Yes, there's purple potato pancakes to be had and yes, there's even ceviche.
Head to temper City on a Saturday and you'll discover a unique brunch experience that's sure to please any meat-lover. The Bottomless BBQ Brunch offers feasting platters of flame-grilled meats cooked over an open flame, with unlimited drinks for 90 mins.
Situated in South London, SW16 Bar & Kitchen is a great spot for sumptuous pasta and fresh seafood. Munch on burrata starters while choosing between mushroom risotto and tagliatelle with duck ragu - decisions, decisions.
Looking for a slick bottomless brunch in the city? Located in Farringdon is Smiths of Smithfield, which is an amazing spot if you're in the mood for free-flowing fizz and other assorted drinks. Choose a main, snack and dessert as you take in the pretty views.
You may have to skip on down to Streatham to get it, but the brunch at The Mere Scribbler is more than worth it. Brought to you in a casual pub setting, The Mere Scribbler kitchen team stick to the classics with avocado, eggs and lashings of toast.
With vibrant decor, non-stop party tunes and fruity cocktails, Barrio is undoubtedly one of the most fun places to eat brunch in London. Gather the gang and spend your weekend chomping on Latino street food, slurping down spiced rum sangrias and playing fun games at one of their wild events.
Head to 3 Henrietta Street and you'll find El Ta'Koy fronting a tiki brunch to remember. Think Instagrammable interiors topped off by a 6-course menu of Hawaiian-Inspired street food, which includes a delish cocktail on arrival. Better yet, you can upgrade to three concoctions instead.
Spice up your Saturday morning at Vinoteca Farringdon-- one of London's most deliciously unique brunch restaurants. Head over to Farringdon to sip on a selection of Spain's finest wines, and indulge in distinctly Mediterranean digs such as Seville orange marmalade and toast, and gypsy eggs with a grilled garlic bloomer.
If you're in need of a top-tier brunch with friends, then check out Skylight Peckham. With a fabulous bottomless brunch menu that includes flowing prosecco and food, or, upgrade to their premium selection to enjoy their signature cocktails and breakfast martinis.
Kick start your day with a little edible excess courtesy of Quaglino's and their infamous spread when it comes to mid-morning munchies and boozy brunches. Harbouring a menu crafted of European cuisines fused with Middle Eastern flavours, this West End bar is a stage to dazzle the palette; these guys do brunch like no other.
Offering one of the best brunches in East London, Two More Years is a fantastic place to get your morning feasting in. Tuck into a sausage, bacon and egg muffin with a side of tots, or go for the oozingly delicious vegan kimchi grilled cheese.
Head to this all-day restaurant and bar for a laid-back morning that'll see you tucking into unusual plates in an unusual spot. Located right by Spitalfields market, Crispin is a seriously cool 40-seater restaurant housed within an asymmetric pavilion. Hosting a regularly-changing roster of guest chefs, they've also partnered with Assembly Roast and guest coffee pros to bring you the best brews.
With industrial fixture and day-glo corridors, this stunning Shoreditch restaurant offers one of the best brunches in London. Indulge in a lobster nd potato hash, or try out their take on the classic eggs benedict, featuring a Yorkshire pudding.
While it may be a saunter over to Richmond, No 1 Duke Street is worth the journey when it comes to a brunch in London. With its elegant patio dining area, slick interiors and brushed up brunch menu, make a trip to this Greater London beaut.
The Perception Bar is open from the morning till night, and with it being the stylish haunt of Leicester Square that it is, it happens to be one of the best brunch destinations around. Whether you are coming for free-flowing bubbles, or detoxing with smoothies, they'll supply London's hottest Djs and the tastiest brunch dishes around.
Dishing up some of the best brunches around town, Apothecary should be the start of your weekend shenanigans. Over at their east London restaurant, you'll get to tuck into tasty plates of sushi, Hirata buns and grilled veggies, plus sip on bottomless cocktails.
Head over to Cottons' locations across London and tuck into Caribbean dishes accompanied by a reggae soundtrack. You'll get a plate of your choice, washed down with bottomless rum punch, for just £35.50 per person.
One of the best brunch spots in East London, the latest location from The Breakfast Club gang offers more of their famed all-day breakfasts, brunches and brinners, including tasty pancake stacks, wacky waffles and hefty burgers and fry-ups.
Swap your eggs benny for some delicious dim sum with Ping Pong. The stripped-back restaurant has an extensive menu of Chinese dishes, and on Sundays, there's unlimited dim sum and prosecco deals.
Lantana Cafe is bringing a taste of Australia to Old Street. The sleek restaurant is serving brunch seven days a week, with streaky bacon-topped corn fritters and duck hash up for grabs. Plus, there's also a covered outdoor terrace for those warmer months.
The Refinery serves up all sorts of tasty treats in an airy, rustic environment in Fitzrovia. It's a cracking choice whether you're after an indulgent Full English, American-styled waffles or a few fresh pastries, and there's always a couple of delightful Bloody Marys to wash it down. And best of all? Their Sunday breakfast menu runs all day long!
Sea Containers brings a fusion of the best American and British inspired food to a beautiful dining space beside the Thames. Join them for brunch and you'll find yourself in for a treat, with freshly prepared goods from the bakery, your classic egg-based choices and a neat little range of seafood based options - we're talking crab on toast and ceviche - to cater for all tastes. There's freshly-pressed juices, Bloody Mary's and bottomless Prosecco on offer to wash it all down.
For a top-notch brunch in the city, head along to Vits + Kicks on North Cross Road. Be sure to delve into a halloumi sandwich made up of smashed avocado, roasted cherry tomatoes, and chipotle mayonnaise, with one of the crackin' smoothie-based boozy concoctions.