London’s Best Brunches – 12 Amazing Places to Brunch in the Capital

 

London’s lifestyle wouldn’t be the same without its weekend brunches, that’s why there are so many foodie spots in the city.

We’ve selected for you the trendiest, tastiest and most instagrammable brunches. Here is your essential guide for London’s best brunches with 12 amazing places to try.

12 Great Places to Have Brunch in London

 

Farm Girl Café – Notting Hill ,Soho & Chelsea

This trendy venue has three different spots in London, one is located in a hidden corner of Notting Hill another one in the heart of Soho and the last one is in Chelsea, between King’s Road and Fulham Road. They offer, and actually, launch all the Instagram food trends (avocado toast, oeuf benedicte, chai tea…).

Avenue – St James’ Street

THE restaurant to brunch & party on weekends in the heart of St James neighbourhood… Avenue offers the classical brunch dishes as pancakes, bacon, eggs + a bottomless bubbly or Bloody Mary option with dj sets to make your Saturday night vibe last as long as it can!

Saturday 11am to 4:30pm / Sunday 12pm to 4:30 pm

Ruya – Mayfair

Mayfair’s gem knows how to please everyone:

The ‘Lazy Saturday Brunch’ offers a Turkish brunch with a dj set in a stylish setting until the 31st of August, for those who fancy brunching in rhythm, and the ‘Family Sunday Brunch’ for a relax and chill ambiance, still with delightful turkish dishes.

Saturday & Sunday 11:30am to 3:30pm 

The Dishroom – Covent Garden

Escape from the noise and London’s busy streets and dive into this indian gateway for a tasty, quiet and peaceful “Weekend Breakfast Feast”: Warming house chai, generous bowls of fruit and yoghurt, thaals laden with freshly baked naan rolls with choice of first-rate fillings are shared by everyone at the table.

Saturday & Sunday – 9am to 11:45am

B&H Weekend Brunch – Clerkenwell

Go bottomless in a tropical jungle. B&H weekend Brunch offers beautiful plant-filled interiors with classic brunch dishes as pancakes but also avocado toasts, ‘huevos benedictos’, salads etc, with bottomless Bloody Mary, Bellinis or Bubbles,

Saturday & Sunday from 10am to 4pm. 

Coal Office – King’s Cross

This venue is a food and design playground. Dark granite for the setting and colorful ingredients in the plates, a beautiful mix for a middle-eastern brunch.

Saturday and Sunday – 10am-3:30pm

Egg Break – Notting Hill

Cute and intimate, Egg Breaks offers everything a brunch needs, from fruity pancakes to cheesy burgers in a minimalist and cosy environment in the heart of Notting Hill, for a very instagrammable brunch.

Every day – 8am to 7pm

Kaia Sunday Brunch at the Ned – City of London

An all-you-can-eat Pacific-Asian brunch in the famous 5-star hotel in the heart of London’s business neighbourhood, at The Ned. A classy venue for a calm and fresh brunch in one of London’s most iconic places.

Duck & Waffle – City of London

Near Liverpool Street, the famous 24/7 restaurant located on the 40th floor of 110 Bishopsgate, one of London’s tallest buildings, offers a brunch menu featuring British dishes with a European twist. Brunch in the sky over London’s skyline.

Saturday & Sunday – 11am to 3:30pm

Abuelo Coffee – Covent Garden

Abuelo is a family owned cafe serving light and fresh meals and a variety of single origin speciality coffees. The venue is intimate and makes you feel like home, a true cocooning brunch moment.

Coya – Mayfair

Coya Mayfair ( which sisters are Coya Dubai, Coya Monte Carlo, Coya Abu Dhabi, Coya Angel Court, and soon Coya Paris) serves a peruvian inspired brunch which has been awarded one of London’s best brunches by Vogue. Coya’s brunch is not to be missed.

Saturdays- 12:30pm to 4pm

Vivi Restaurant – Covent Garden

Pale rose, gold lines and bottomless bubbles, Vivi serves modern british dishes in a chill but classy environment. Isn’t it the perfect combo for a ladies’ weekend brunch?