Where To Find The Best Brunch In Clapham
The weekend comes but once a week, so it needs to be appropriately honoured. If you're in the Clapham area you could go for a walk on the Common, or saunter around the delightful retail outlets on Northcote Road. Or there's always another option - yes, we're talking about brunch. The holiest of all weekend meals, there's no end of great places to get brunch in Clapham, so we've rounded up our personal favourites spots for chowing down.
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Lost Society is here for you after a big night out with their bottomless brunch antics every weekend. The cool pub is putting on a brunch club with massive plates such as burgers and craft bread toasts, alongside healthy smoothies. You may just have to work your way to Battersea (it's basically Clapham okay).
What's better than a great weekend brunch? That's right, a weekend brunch with a side of bonkers bingo. Presented by the hilarious Tina Turner Tea Lady this fantastic brunch in Clapham offers as much entertainment as it does delicious food and drink.
Located just minutes from Clapham Common, this charming pub is bringing you everything from live sports screenings to mouthwatering Sunday roasts and brunch every single day of the week. Wash it all down with real ales and cocktails.
More of a breakfast pub, the Battersea edition of the iconic Breakfast Club group is serving up old boozer vibes from their interiors to their food. Think all-day brekkies, savoury waffles and some serious sandwich action, including ones touting chicken kievs and curry chips.
Work your way over to Clapham Common south side and you'll find one of the most popular brunch spots in the area. Coming at you with cosy interiors and some hearty plates of food - we're looking at you brunch burrito - there's even space out back when the sun starts shining.
It may be one of the most beautiful restaurants in Clapham, but Megan's is serving up more than just a pretty face. Head over to this unique cafe, bar and eatery of The Pavement, and tuck into cheesy toast, shakshouka and overnight oats.