Not only does Serata Hall specialise in tap wines, gooey pizza and authentic absinthe, but there's also freshly baked goods from an on-site bakery. Stop by the Shoreditch haunt for a quick bite to eat, breakfast meeting, or daytime hot desking.
Where to Have Breakfast in London
It’s not called the most important meal of the day for nothing, you know. There’s no shortage of options for those wondering where to have breakfast in London, but where exactly are the best places? Whether you’re looking for a hearty full English, a light bowl of porridge or something somewhere in between, our list of the best places to have breakfast in London has everything you need to get your morning started exactly how you like it.
Why not get lunch and dinner sorted with our complete guide to eating out in London while you're at it?
Kick start your day with a trip to this London favourite, as Comptoir Libanais serves up an enviable menu of shakshuka, pastries and smoked salmon with eggs on brioche. There's even a veggie breakfast for you plant-based eaters.
The Sipping Room is a sleek restaurant in East London that serves delicious seasonal dishes throughout the day to Canary Wharf's hungry revellers. As part of the famous Drake and Morgan restaurant group, the venue delivers only the highest standard of food. Open 7 days a week, head down early in the morning and enjoy all your favourite breakfast dishes, including a full English and a selection of warm pastries.
Got a breakfast meeting planned? Head to innovative Indian eatery Chai Ki, residing at Crossrail Place in Canary Wharf. The slick new spot promises to be an essential location for every occasion from breakfast schmoozing to late-night dining in the heart of the City.
Heard about the £12 Botanist Breakfast? Come anytime between 10 and 11.15am on weekdays and you can fill up on any of their hot breakfast dishes, washed down with unlimited tea or coffee for just £12. This is a slick and sophisticated spot to enjoy breakfast in west London; our tip is the avocado on toast, which comes paired with smoked streaky bacon and a fiery kick of chilli.
Open early in the morning to cater for Westminster's early risers, Loose Box has become a favourite breakfast location in the heart of London. A range of exquisite dishes and drinks are available for guests to sample, created by a team of experienced chefs that make use of only the finest, freshest ingredients around. Add into the fold a great line-up of teas, coffees and sharing platter, and you've got yourself one amazing breakfast spot in London.
From their popular rooftop terrace through to the cosy fire-places and sofa, wake up right at this Clapham hotspot. No. 32 The Old Town is a top choice for breakfast, stocking everything from homemade granola through to breakfast burgers.
Last but by no means least on our guide to the best places for breakfast in London is The Elgin; a home-from-home found in Maida Vale. Serving hearty and delicious breakfasts to get you off on the right foot, come by any time after 8am and enjoy a choice of hot and cold options on the side of coffee sourced from the nearby Coleman Coffee Roasters on Maltby Street.
An absolute gem of an independent neighbourhood bar and restaurant, No.11 serves up a delightfully communal breakfast in London from its cool and contemporary venue. All food is freshly cooked from scratch, and visitors can tuck into signature sourdough bruschetta with roast tomatoes, spinach, avocado & crispy bacon or ricotta pancakes with seasonal fruit between 9 and 11.30am. A truly delicious way to start the day in the heart of Chelsea.
A sanctuary of calm among the maddening crowds of the city, The Folly offers a good choice of options to set you up for a big day at the office. A cracking shout if you're seeking a great place for breakfast in the city of London, this botanically-inspired eatery serves a lovely range of treats from the bakery, eggs on toast, blueberry pancakes and more.
The latest venue from The Breakfast Club team was always going to end up as one of the best breakfast restaurants in London. Located on the banks of the River Lee you'll find brunches and brinners serving up all-day pancakes, tasty waffle and all types of eggs.
Head over to Earl's Court where this unique cafe-bar is open from 7am every weekday and 8am on weekends to bring you a delicious mix of brunching and breakfast goods, from american style pancakes and avocado toast, to Ruben toasties and a truffled egg and cress roll.
Open from morning until night, while you might associate The Perception Bar with amazing cocktails and delicious dinners, their breakfast menu is sure to draw you in. Expect everything from indulgent treats to healthy bowls in keeping with the bar's stylish aesthetic.
From breakfast rolls stuffed with treacle-cured bacon through to fully loaded fry ups and waffles, Mthr has your morning munch sorted. Not only can you tuck into wholesome dishes, teas and coffees, but there's also the market table which features a whole host of seasonal dishes.
Located just a stone's throw from London Bridge, The Swan Restaurant & Bar is ideally placed for delicious and easy morning fare. Pop along to the bankside venue and fuel up on eggs Florentine, homemade muesli or sourdough from the local Borough market before heading about your day.
Open from 8am, Battersea's Nutbourne is the only place you want to be feeding those morning munchies. From organic eggs on sourdough brioche toast, to Suffolk quinoa and chia porridge, they're offering some of the most wholesome breakfast plates in the city.
Open at 7.30am, this basement bar is serving delicious breakfasts to City workers. Cooked in their josper grill, dishes are hearty and wholesome, with everything from smoked salmon through to full Englishes.
While the Memory Box is known for being a night time hangout thanks to its cocktails and delicious dinner meals, they also are the perfect place to stop for breakfast. Open every day at 8am, pop into the cool and contemporary bar for some bites and come back a bit later in the day for happy hour drinks too.
Offering some of the finest breakfast munch in the capital, these excellent market hall venues in Fulham, Victoria and The West End are fronting more than just some eggs benny and a bit of toast. Get ready for fresh coffees and a plethora of international eateries.
Open from 7.30am daily, Ask For Janice gets Farringdon up and running for the day with breakfast and coffee. Focusing on seasonal, British fare and a love of social eating experiences, head along with your mates or prepare for a big day at work with a choice of crumpets, eggs on toast, hash browns with chorizo and plenty of other start-of-the-day treats.
A Georgian townhouse stretched across five stunning floors, Bird of Smithfield is one of the more elegant places to eat breakfast in London. Serving their 'Early Bird' menu from 8am on weekdays (and as part of their brunch offering on Saturday), pick anything from Eggs Benedict to a Full English, smoked salmon to avodaco on toast, available until 11am. Pressed for time? Bird also offers coffee and a pastry to take away for just £2.
Sat in the heart of Britain's political hub, Walkers of Whitehall is a quaint cafe that uses only the finest ingredients and traditional recipes to serve up a breakfast to London's hungry crowds. With a talented team of chefs, they let their imaginations run wild, adding slight twists and tweaks to traditional British gastro dishes. Simply decorated with wooden tables and sleek furnishings, this cafe will undoubtedly become a favourite within Wesminster's culinary scene.
Giving it some welly in the brunch department, Suburb SW11 is a top notch bar and restaurant for breakfast in South London. Notably brimming with eggs and bites alike, guests to Suburb can also indulge in cocktails and free-flowing prosecco aplenty.
Set back from Southwark Street you'll find The Gentlemen Baristas, a charming cafe serving up strong brews, a cosy atmosphere and award-winning brunches. Pop into the eatery from Wednesday-Sunday for a delicious morning bite, but be warned, you might find yourself spending much longer there than planned.
Ideally located in central London, only a stone's throw for Marble Arch station, is the charming and stylish The Portman, open from 7:30am on weekdays. Serving all the breakfast classics at a reasonable price, this all-day gastropub will be your new go-to breakfast meeting spot in the city.
Open from 7.30am every weekday, LINO is the City spot bringing you some delicious breakfast and brunch fare. Whether you're grabbing a quick coffee and apple caramel swirl before work, or tucking into their hearty full English, it's got flavour and style by the bucket load.
The Depot not only offers gorgeous interiors and a beautiful beer garden, but its food offerings are equally as impressive. Swing by for breakfast and feast on dishes such as fresh toasted crumpet stopped with eggs, shallots and hollandaise, corned beef hash and eggs, and the classic Full English.
The Clapham North is a characterful spot in South London that boasts all the brilliant things you'd expect to find in a cosy, homely pub. Alongside the quirky decor, central to the pubs success is the hearty breakfast on offer. With potent Bloody Marys and other cocktails framing proceedings here, guests can expect to find all their favourite breakfast dishes here, from a delicious full English to a flavoursome Eggs Benedict.
If you like your breakfasts hearty, ethical and utterly delicious, then Timmy Green is what you've been waiting for. Join the Aussie space in Victoria for fresh juice, Josper-cooked meat, a large vegan choice and bottomless booze options come the weekend.
Whether you have your breakfast at 9am or 1pm, VQ offers an all-day menu of serious eats, and they'll let you chow down on all your favourite breakfast goodies from fresh smoothies and omelettes, to breakfast muffins and Belgian waffles.
Found yourself in the surrounding area of Charing Cross and looking for a bite to eat in the morning? While normally known as a wine bar, All Bar One on Villiers Street also churns out a top selection of affordable breakfast and brunch dishes.
If you're looking for a delicious brunch in London Bridge, Lantana is a very strong choice. Offering a menu of Australian goodies, the cafe serves freshly baked bread each day, grilled chorizo and duck hash, with plenty of plant-based options too.
Moments from the Thames and Chelsea Physic Garden, Maze Grill Royal Hospital Road is a smart option to get your day started. Part of Gordon Ramsay's group, the restaurant is open from 8am on the weekends, and knocks up American pancake stacks and eggs whichever way you fancy.
Barge House specialises in soul-satisfying grub, with menus that change according to the season. Open from 10am throughout the week, sleep in then take a relaxed stroll down to the edges of Regent's Canal, where this super relaxed space gets you set up for the day with coffee, Breakfast in Bread and homemade cakes alongside those peaceful waterside vibes.
Get your day off to a cracking start at Gordon Ramsay's Bread Street Kitchen. The St Paul's spot oozes sophistication and old school glamour, serving up delicious breaky dishes such as ricotta pancakes with honeycomb butter - I repeat honeycomb butter.
Open from 8am every single day, this Balans Café is perfect for grabbing a delicious continental breakfast in quirky, eccentric surroundings.