Top 50 Brunches in London

Brunch has quickly become everyone's favourite meal of the day, bypassing breakfast and jumping straight over the 5 o'clock packet of biscuits. From pancakes covered in syrup and fruit to delicious, condiment filled burgers, these dishes are now considered by many to offer the ultimate hangover cure. And with such demand, some of London's experienced restauranteurs have tested the water, letting their imaginations run wild and creating a number of unique, frivolous brunch events. So with no more gilding the lily, here's our list of the top 20 best brunch spots in London.  

Last updated on 27th October 2020




@ The Candlemaker on Every Saturday

Far from your conventional brunch in London, the team at The Candlemaker combine copious amounts of alcohol with delicious brunch dishes; and let's not forget the all-important sprinkling of Bingo. Hosted by the Tina Turner Tea Lady, expect to find on their menu Eggs Benedict, tangy Bloody Marys and all the fruity Mimosas a person can handle, this is one of London's quirkier brunch specials. 

Hip Hop Brunch LDN

531 user reviews 4

Guests are invited to a secret location, where the team at Hip Hop Brunch will serve a stunning 3-course meal composed of perfectly cooked Southern cuisine and delectable cocktails. Once you feel ready to burst, the dancing and karaoke starts. We love all things Tupac and NWA, so this unique London brunch easily makes it onto our top 20 list. 

Zuaya

1 user review 4

From grain bowls and quinoa porridge, to scrambled eggs and pumpkin toasts, Zuaya's brunch offering is something special, that's for sure. Head over to the Kensington restaurant for the chance to tuck into some seriously tasty food, and slurp down a few of their fresh brunch cocktails.

The Green Room

127 user reviews 4

Found near the ever-buzzing Southbank, The Green Room is a gorgeous light and airy spot, complete with floor-to-ceiling windows and a luscious garden outside. Bottomless brunch here includes unlimited cocktails along with a choice of tasty pizzas or classic breakfast dishes.

The 90's Brunch

208 user reviews 3

With an abundant amount of chicken drumsticks, Jerk chicken burgers and beef chilli, the team behind this event invite guests to a secret location for an afternoon they won't forget. Washing down all the great grub, there's bottomless cocktails for one hour, before lip sync battles and 90s-themed dance offs get started. 

Tola Peckham

3 user reviews 4

Located on Peckham High Street, TOLA is the perfect place to indulge in an alfresco bottomless brunch. Each Saturday between 2pm and 5pm you'll be able to gorge on Southern-style fried chicken, shrimp of buffalo cauliflower atop a tower of Hennessy maple waffles, washed down with an oh-so-spicy bloody Mary. Weekend perfection.

Party brunches? Supa Dupa Fly know what they're up to. Voted some of the best hip hop and R&B nights out in the city, join them for Old Skool antics, bottomless drinks, afrobeats and more as they host events ALL year round.

Sweet Chick

1 user review 5

Having originated in New York, Sweet Chick recently made the leap over the pond, bringing with them mouthwatering plates of maple syrup waffles and crispy fried chicken. Decked out with neon signs, retro wall prints and vintage furniture, this is the perfect spot to chow down and drink up.

Flight Club

469 user reviews 5

Prosecco and pizza; probably the most enticing use of alliteration we've heard in a while. Signposted by delicious food and drink, and framed by darts competitions, the Fight Club's weekly brunch draws in the crowds with their lively, care-free atmosphere. The cool venues are perfect for groups of friends and families hoping to fill their weekend with laughter and light-hearted fun.

A stalwart on London's brunch scene, Megan's certainly know how to kick your weekend off right. With venues spanning the city, from Clapham to Islington, you're never far from their signature blue-checkered table cloths, twinkling fairy lights and healthy breakfast plates. Better yet? You can add 90-mins of unlimited fizz to your dish for just £20.

The Little Yellow Door

141 user reviews 5

£10 for a Taco and a Tommy's Margarita

If cool and quirky is your brunch aesthetic, The Little Yellow Door has got you covered. The original flatmate space, the house/restaurant brings comforting vibes and cool music to Notting Hill. Brunch takes place on Saturday, with guilty pleasures that include pancakes and chicken wings, Full Mexican breakfast, and truffle cheese burgers.

Ruby’s Soho

4 user reviews 3

One of Soho's most beautiful brunch spots, Ruby's is a wonderland of chic marble tables, low-hanging lights and pretty green foliage. And while the interiors may be refined, Saturdays are anything but, with live DJs, free-flowing prosecco and a menu bursting full of tasty plates, from corn fritters to colourful poke bowls.