Where To Find The Best Brunch Near Hyde Park

With Notting Hill to its east and Mayfair to its west, Hyde Park is one of London's most popular areas to take a stroll and grab a bite to eat. This part of the capital is bursting with chic eateries, cosy cafés and charming pubs, perfect for devouring a feast of fluffy pancakes washed down with a bloody mary (or two). Check out our guide to the best brunch restaurants near Hyde Park here.

Last updated on 17th December 2020




El Pirata

103 user reviews 5

If you're looking for a quirky brunch near Hyde Park, then look no further than El Pirata. Serving up a selection of tapas dishes accompanied by free-flowing Sangria, it's a hugely popular Mayfair spot come the weekend. 

Balans Kensington

133 user reviews 4

A pretty brunch restaurant near Hyde Park, Balans Kensington can be easily identified thanks to its beautiful plant-adorned interiors. The perfect setting for catching up with old friends, this Kensington High Street spot boasts decadent dishes such as lobster Benedict and eggs royale, with vegan alternatives too.

Ella Canta

2 user reviews 4

A wonderland of pastel pinks and leafy green plants, Ella Canta is one pretty brunch restaurant near Hyde Park that you won't want to miss. The menu here is curated by celebrated Mexican chef Martha Ortiz, and includes vibrant tacos and huevos rancheros, as well as a selection of fruity margaritas. 

May Fair Kitchen

31 user reviews 4

When it comes to brunch restaurants near Hyde Park, May Fair Kitchen is a popular choice. Boasting a cool and contemporary setting, with floor-to-ceiling windows, the Stratton Street spot knows how to brighten up a rainy day. And with a menu of Mediterranean-inspired cuisine? You'll feel a million miles away from London's chillier climes.

Aubaine Kensington

16 user reviews 4

Aubaine Kensington is the perfect pit stop after a morning spent exploring Hyde Park and the swanky neighbourhoods that surround it. Specialising in all things French cuisine, the dishes here are elegant and tasty in equal measure. Grab a window seat to enjoy a spot of people watching while you devour flakey croissants and icing sugar-dusted pancakes.