Where To Find The Best Brunch In London Bridge
An iconic landmark, a huge river, and views over the capital; if you were looking for the perfect brunch ingredients, you're sure to find it in London Bridge. And not only this spot buzzing with some of London's most recognisable sites, but it's also packed full of top-notch restaurants, perfect for getting your weekend off to a cracking start. Whether you want fancy sky-high eggs benedict or are after a hangover-curing Full English, we've rounded up London's Bridge's best brunch restaurants.
Looking out over St Paul's Cathedral and the City, Swan at the Globe is putting some serious views to your brunching in London Bridge. Head to their bar space every weekend between 10.30am - 3pm for classic breakfast treats, including smashed avo and poached eggs.
Perfectly perched on the doorstep of Borough Market, Lantana Café is a brilliant place for brunch in London Bridge. Often hailed as one of London's top spots for everyone's fave combined meal, the bar is most noted for its signature Aussie and world fusion dishes and impressive cocktail list.
For one of London Bridge's smartest brunch restaurants, it can only be Aqua Shard Bar. Found in the famous skyscraper, the jaw-dropping space gives you 360 views of London along with a three-course weekend brunch, and if you're feeling plush, you can add a wine pairing.
For a quirky brunch in London Bridge, head to The Last Talisman on Bermondsey Street. The weekend menu here includes classic dishes like avocado on toast, baked eggs, and nasi lemak a traditional Malaysian dish with fried chicken wings, fragrant rice and a fried egg.
These guys were doing brunch before the rest of the world had even heard of the term; The Breakfast Club London Bridge is your one stop shop for all things egg and pancake shaped. And if you're feeling a little bit naughty, make sure you remember the password to their secret bar; Call Me Mr Lucky.
Electric Shuffle has landed in London Bridge, bringing one unmissable bottomless brunch event with it. Get a little competitive with your mates and your very own high-tech shuffleboard while scoffing platters of pizza and your very own bottle of prosecco.
From an eponymous, bacon-stuffed brioche bun through to a hearty full English, Founders Arms is perfect for soothing any hangover woes you may have. What's more, this London Bridge pub also has a long list of ales and lagers behind the bar, just in case you need a little hair of the dog.
Acclaimed London Bridge Restaurant Santo Remedio is bringing a bit of Mexican heat to brunch in London. The intimate space is doing away with Tex Mex and introducing traditional Central American flavours to the city; tuck into grasshoppers, short rib, and bottomless margaritas.