Not only does Darwin Brasserie offer mouthwatering dishes and quality drinks, but the views over London are unmissable. Expect Insta-worthy sights; from the gorgeous interior of Sky Garden itself through to the unrivalled vista over the city.
Brunch With A View in London
In the past few years, it seems everyone's gone brunch-mad. From cosy pubs to swanky 5-star hotels, every venue across the capital seems to want a slice of that poached-egg-and-smashed-avocado action. But to keep things light and ensure that you have a truly unforgettable experience, we've pulled together a list of all the best brunches with a view in London. From rooftop gems to cosy riverside dens, there are plenty of jaw-dropping London brunches with a view for you to enjoy.
Swans trailing through the water? Kayaks moving on by? Get the best of both alongside a menu of gorgeous Venezuelan brunch plates at Area & Co in Haggerston. Set by the water, there's no excuse once the sun starts shining to miss it.
Shane's On Canalside has won over many of Hackney Wick's locals, thanks to its daily bottomless brunch offer. For just £29, you can enjoy the likes of blue cheese poached eggs with bacon and buttermilk fried chicken on a toasted crumpet. But if the great menu doesn't tip you one way, the great canalside setting definitely will. We promise, you won't be let down by this brunch spot with a view in London.
Stunning Thameside views, a welcoming environment and a brunch menu that's capable of competing with the best - yep, the Founders Arms in Waterloo has everything you need for a laid-back weekend. Whether you're chewing your way through a giant stack of fruit-laden pancakes or enjoying a balanced eggs benedict dish, the dazzling views of Westminster and Tower Bridge makes the pub one of the most beautiful brunch restaurants in London.
Not only does this Canary Wharf favourite boast stunning views out over The Thames, but there's even a mouthwatering menu filled with the likes of pizza waffles, smoked salmon on bloomer toast and a veggie breakfast spread.
Anyone looking for the best brunch restaurant with a view in London has to mention The Narrow Boat. Hanging over the Regent's Canal, a table on the venue's terrace is hot property when the sun's out. Perfect for those lazy weekends, the Narrow Boat's menu features all your favourite brunch classics, such as eggs benedict and cured ham with poached eggs. Sit back, relax and enjoy a brunch with a view in London at this charming spot.
If you're looking for brunch with a view this Leicester-square adjacent eatery offers one of the best. Boasting delicious seasonal plates with a European influence, you can also spot some of the city's most famous landmarks from this bird's nest atop the Assembly Hotel.
With gorgeous views over the city, Tobacco Dock rooftop spot Skylight is giving you the brunch goods every Sunday with a bottomless offering of prosecco and delicious street food from their in-house vendors. Head down for eats in front of a gorgeous panorama.
Sitting pretty on a rooftop in Little Venice, Skylark Roof Garden really provides a unique brunch experience. Head on over and take in the unparalleled views of the city, frozen cocktail to hand, with a menu of fresh, seasonal British breakfast classics.
The Waterside is a riverfront restaurant based in West London that's made a name for itself by serving stunning brunch dishes. Available every day of the week, their brunch menu features classic dishes such as bacon and cheddar croque-monsieur and smashed avocado on toast. Side back, relax and enjoy everything this brunch restaurant in London with a view has to offer.
Think few things are better than brunch? What about brunch on a boat? Just shy of the Olympic Stadium and found in the heart of Hackney Wick, Barge East will have you overlooking the beautiful waterways alongside a bottomless brunch.
The Barge House has taken an ordinary brunch and completed elevated it to new levels. Based on the idyllic Regents Canal, the team serve brunch with a view in London alongside dishes that'll make your mouth drop. Think hollowed out sour loaves, stuffed full of all your favourite breakfast dishes and served with a sharp bloody mary.
A Paddington beauty, and one of the only brunches you can experience aboard a barge in London, Darcie & May Green have Australian brunch plates and views of the canal down to an art, especially when you consider the outside of the venue.