Best Brunches In The UK

What are weekends for if not lazy mornings and egg-fuelled feasts? Oh and not forgetting all the coffee. Whether you're searching for a hearty fry up in a cosy country pub, a bottomless breakfast by the seaside or a quirky bite in a top city spot, you'll find 'em all here in our guide to the best brunches in the UK.

Last updated on 19th August 2022

This all-day suburban cafe-bar is serving up all manner of tasty treats for you to enjoy. Prestwich Social might be known for their killer cocktails, happy hours and Sunday roasts, but nothing beats their bottomless brunch each Saturday. Chow down on a tasty plate and wash it down with free-flowing fizz, beer or spritz.

Carshalton: The Greyhound

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Nestled by Carshalton Ponds, The Greyhound is bringing you classy brunch fare and beautiful views. Fight off those midday hunger pangs with a marmalade-glazed gammon eggs Benedict or a roasted grapefruit with chestnut crumble and soy yoghurt.

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Maple-glazed nectarine on French toast, saffron poached eggs and chilli honey chicken waffles are all on the menu at Paradise By Way of Kensal Green. But that's not all. The West London restaurant is also a serious stunner and plays host to a DJ who'll be keeping the good times rolling.

@ Ballie Ballerson Shoreditch on Various dates from Saturday 1st October 2022

Ballie Ballerson is home to one of the best brunches in the UK, where a million plastic balls come combined with banging beats, 90 minutes of bottomless drinks, pizza and more. Get ready for an afternoon of Instagram snapping and weekend celebrating at this Central London staple.

UK-Wide: The Brunch Club

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With quirky happenings all over the country, The Brunch Club is one of the best places for a boozy brunch in the UK. Not only are they dishing up mouthwatering breakfast plates, but there's always a quirky theme to accompany - from Disney to emo and Abba.

Kick start your day with a banging breakfast at one of Côte's restaurants. With branches in London, Bath, Liverpool and beyond, you're never far from a top-notch brunch. Whether you fancy eggs royale, a full English or French toast, they've got you covered.

UK: The Reggae Brunch

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The Reggae Brunch is bringing a slice of carnival to cities all across the UK, including Leeds, Sheffield and Wolverhampton, just to name a few. Not only will you get to feast on a Jamaican three-course meal, but you'll also get to enjoy some of the best tunes in soca, bashment and more.

Touting a slew of events in Birmingham, Liverpool and Manchester, Taste + Liquor have everything you need for a good time. Their brunches include everything from awesome themes to the best music and free-flowing booze.

A picturesque country pub in the New Forest, The Pilgrim Inn is giving us some proper cosy vibes. From homemade granola and smoked salmon on toast to eggs florentine and plant-based full Englishes, this thatched beauty is not to be missed.

Serving up American-style grub in a quirky 1950s diner setting, Big Moe's Beckton is a fantastic spot for your morning munching. Think an old school Cadillac, Chevrolet booths and a working jukebox, as well as breakfast platters, omelettes, pancakes and avo muffins.

Berkhamsted: Copper House

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Berkhamsted's Copper House is knocking it out the park when the weekend rolls around. Head here and tuck into classic dishes and a range of plant-based bites in ultimate comfort, accompanied by a steaming cup of coffee.

If you're on the hunt for bottomless brunches in the UK, Townhouse in Nantwich are hosting a slew of banging ones. Whether you're heading to an Ibiza-inspired afternoon or cabaret, there will be free-flowing booze for two glorious hours and scrumptious scran to dig into.

Every Saturday at Barrio Shoreditch in London, they host a La Isla Bonita Brunch. What does that entail? Well, hold on to your hats, as this sees you scoffing down two delicious courses and sipping prosecco, beer or cocktails. As for entertainment, there will be wild bingo, DJ bangers and sassy vogue-offs.

Plough On The Moor is one of the more traditional restaurants for breakfast in the UK, specialising in good old comfort food classics. Grab yourself a table in the Stockport watering hole and chow down on a steak sandwich or push the boat out with 90 minutes of free-flowing drinks to accompany your crushed avo on toast.