Fancy a fry up or keeping it clean with the cold press and granola, we got this!
Fine dining Japanese restaurant Roka serves up a pretty bangin' brunch menu for pretty good price. The Han Setto brunch menu includes 8 sharing dishes, think sashimi, prawn tempura, beef gyoza, and salmon and avocado maki AND a choice of main course, including glazed baby back ribs and sea bream fillet. This is then followed by a HUGE dessert platter. The brunch comes in two options; £39 which includes all the food and a bellini or £55 which includes all the food and a bellini plus unlimited wine. Now that's a bargain! Read full article
71 Aldwych, WC2B 4HN
Egg Break is a laid back restaurant in Notting Hill and it’s all about the eggs (clue’s in the name people!). The menu features some pretty filthy looking buns (we’ll take the pork belly, sausage meat, fried egg and Sriracha Mayo PLEASE), lighter dishes including avo with chilli and the usual eggs all kinda ways on toast. Read full article
30 Uxbridge Street, Kensington, W8 7TA
Serving up breakfast everyday and brunch at the weekends, The Providores has some interesting combos. From sweetcorn and blueberry fritters, with avocado and pomegranate to grilled chorizo with sweet potato and miso hash, soft boiled egg, garlic labne and star anise cashew nut praline, The Providores takes breakfast that extra mile, all to be washed down with some great virgin cocktails and juices.
109 Marylebone High Street, W1U 4RX
Hash E8 is one of our fave brunch spots in town, hidden away on Dalston Lane do brunch all day long. The Pig Muffin, that’s sausage patty, bacon, pork belly, egg cake, bacon jam, cheese slice & hashbrown in a muffin with chorizo and bacon jam is just YUM. But we also dig the French Toast stuffed with banana, chocolate and peanut butter served with maple syrup and there’s some banging sides too - PLUS it’s all pretty affordable.
170 Dalston Ln, E8 1NG
Drake & Morgan sits between St. Pancras International and Central St. Martins and their brunch menu, served all day on a Sunday, is large and varied. Serving everything from the insta-classic the Egg's Benedict to roasts to salads to burgers meaning you can go back as many times as you like, choose something different and STILL eat something delish.. Read full article
6 Pancras Square, Kings Cross, N1C 4AG
The Ivy Cafe is pretty bloody glam, but the food keeps things real and you can expect everything from eggs to pancakes on their brekkie menu. Served all-day at the weekends, there's plenty of time to get your brunch game on. Read full article
96 Marylebone Lane, Marylebone, W1U 2QA
Bombay Cafe Dishoom serves up one of our fave dishes in town - THAT bacon and egg naan. Brekkie is served until 11:45am, seven days a week and is a collection of English/Indian breakfast fusion dishes. Special shout out goes to those naans, but the bottomless porridge and house chai is also pretty on point. Read full article
12 Upper St. Martin’s Lane, WC2H 9FB
The Lacy Nook sits just off the high street in Stokey. It uses local and ethical suppliers, so you can expect E5 bakehouse bread and mission coffee. The menu is pretty healthy with vegetarians and vegans well catered for - so if you're looking for filthy, dirty hangover food you're better off at Hash E8. But if you're after something more healthy (and you managed the Chimichurri poached eggs is *the one*. That's two poached eggs, chimichurri, labneh and zaatar with E5 bakehouse toast. There's also smashed avo (this is Stokey), granola and what not. Read full article
8 Cazenove Rd, London N16 6BD
Brunch is big business at 34, the menu is pretty extensive and features everything from your usual egg dishes to pimped up lobster mac'n'cheese and roasts on a Sunday. We'd recommend the salt beef hash with double fried egg and the cornbread with avocado. Then there's the dessert menu (HELLO Jaffa mouse, banoffee sundae and every ice-cream flavour under the sun) and champers served from glasses shaped like Kate Moss's boobies. Read full article
34 Grosvenor Square, London, W1K 2HD
Sunday Barnsbury does one of the nest French toast's in town. It comes with creme fraiche, salted caramel and a side of bacon, the cornbread is also pretty on point with avo, halloumi and a poached egg. Portions are decent and this is proper neighbourhood cafe that you'll wish you lived next too. Read more
169 Hemingford Road, London, N1 1DA
Jim's is the oldest caff on Chatsworth Road and serves up some bangin' breakfasts. Baking their own sourdough, muffins & pastries; curing their own bacon and serving up a range of homemade juices, this place has it all going on. But make sure you try THAT eggs mimosa with prawns & avocado. Read full article
59 Chatsworth Road, E5 0LH
TĀTĀ Eatery on Kingsland Road is definitely one of the most unusual brunch menus we've come across, with an Asian offering about as far from avo and eggs as you could imagine. The £15 set menu will get you pork broth, thinly sliced pork on rice, pickles, and nettle and sweetcorn tempura (vegetarian and fish based menus available too). Well worth checking out.
258 Kingsland Road, London E8 4DG, United Kingdom