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.

Last updated on 25th April 2022




The Perception at W London

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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.

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. 

Bubba Oasis

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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.

Quaglino's

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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. 

Sea Containers

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Bottomless Brunch from £19pp

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.

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.

Brunch at Balans is pretty much a London traditional, serving up several tasty continental treats in the morning/afternoon – and while you're at it, why not grab a cocktail or glass of prosecco.

Mommi

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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. 

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.

The Sipping Room

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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. 

One of the best brunch restaurants in the city, Antillean can be uncovered near Southwark underground. Here, you'll find a three-course brunch of pan-Caribbean cuisine, plus a cocktail on arrival and plenty of live entertainment.

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.

The Fable

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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.

Bottomless Brunch - £15

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!

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.

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Pop down to Drake and Morgan for brunch and you'll be in for a delightful treat. Their menu consists of fresh dishes alongside grilled meat, fish and vegetarian dishes, which you can eat while hanging out in their contemporary venue. Meanwhile, you can wash it all down with a quirky cocktail or a glass of delicious wine.

Eastway Brasserie

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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.

Aqua Nueva

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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.

Scarlett Green

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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.