If looks are anything to go by, The Florist is a strong contender for the best brunch restaurant in the UK. Toting actual living trees, the Liverpool gem's got something for everyone with pastries, chia pots, egg classics and smoothies galore.
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.
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.
On the hunt for places to eat brunch in London? Boasting gorgeous decor, tasty food and a laid-back atmosphere, The Little Yellow Door is a great shout. The restaurant is set out in the style of a swish apartment, with seating in the form of plush sofas and an informal dining table.
If you're looking for the best brunches happening just outside of London, this is your spot. Taking place at The Foresters in Slough, this mid-morning celebration will have you grooving to house music while sipping unlimited fizz, with a delicious breakfast banquet to fill you up.
Keeping hungry punters entertained across the country, Flight Club is your one-stop-shop for quirky brunches in the UK. Hit up their Birmingham retro den where bottomless pizza paddles, bottles of bubbly and darts await.
Up there for beautiful brunches in the UK, The Refinery is a solid choice for a leisurely meal come the weekend. The Edinburgh restaurant is perfectly positioned in the heart of the action, making it an obvious choice to get your morning grub before a day of hitting the pavement.
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.
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.
We couldn't compile a list of Britain's best brunch spots without including Soho's Corazon. Hit up this Mexican gem every Friday and Saturday where a margarita flight will get proceedings off to a great start, followed by delicious bacon and egg tacos and huevos rancheros.
It's not hard to see why Foundry Project is one of Manchester's most popular spots, day or night. Head to the Northern Quarter haunt before midday and you'll find a range of unusual scran from fried egg and onion jam-laden pizzas to bacon and chorizo ketchup brunch fries.
With award-winning Aussie fare, an unusual setting and free-flowing bubbles on offer seven days a week, Darcie & May Green is serving up a fantastic bottomless brunch in the UK. Climb aboard the colourful barge boat restaurant and prepare for a morning feast.
They may be renowned around the country for their bubbling, smoking and colour-changing cocktails, but The Alchemist's food is not to be dismissed. Get your gnashers on chicken and pork crackling topped waffles, stacks of pancakes and salt beef Benedicts at the Cardiff bar.
With a priceless backdrop and drool-worthy dishes available, Gaucho is easily one of the top places in the UK for a special brunch. Along with bottomless Aperol spritzes, burrata on toast and views of the Tower of London, you'll also be treated to chilled beats from a resident DJ.
Looking for the best brunch in Exeter? You'll find it right here at Absurd Bird. Channelling the flavours of the deep American South, this quirky restaurant will have you chowing down on juicy fried chicken with bottomless fizz, beer or Long Island ice teas.
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.
Get you weekend off to a cracking start with a bottomless brunch at Tunbridge Wells' The Guinea. Sip on mimosas and bloody marys whilst tucking into huevos rancheros or a more traditional black pudding with bubble and squeak hash and a fried egg, followed by an indulgent chocolate tart.
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.
Located inside a former bakery, it's no surprise that Walcot House has made it onto our list of the best places for brunch in the UK. But don't take our word for it; sample their Medjool date eggy bread or smoked salmon kedgeree fishcake and see for yourself.
Serving up some of the best events in the UK, West End Musical Brunch spicing up your weekend with a wicked afternoon of live performances and bottomless fizz. Along with enjoying a tasty two-course meal, you'll watch as some of Theatreland's finest put on one hell of a show.
Located in idyllic Tunbridge Wells, within a Grade II-listed Georgian bank, Framptons is a stunning spot for a morning bite to eat. Pick one of their signature dishes, such as slow-braised beef and Marmite hollandaise on crumpets or crushed potato hash with crumbled feta, and you'll see why it's one of Britain's best places for brunch.
A cute restaurant in Belfast, Town Square is dishing up quirky bites in a charming location. Be sure to try their fried egg and smoky bacon-filled brekkie tacos, accompanied by kale chips, whilst sipping on a few of the bar's signature morning cocktails.
Eccentric events, buzzy vibes and glorious interiors... Hillhead Bookclub is a social jack of all trades. When it's not entertaining you with drag-themed shindigs, the Glasgow darling is whipping up waffles, French toast, brekkie tater tots and eggs every Saturday and Sunday - the perfect antidote to a hangover or growling tum.