If there’s one thing that makes a Londoner happy, it’s brunch. So if you’re fed up with the winter weather already, we can’t think of a better pick-me-up than grabbing your closest pals and heading out to sample some of the best London brunches around.

Listed below are some of our favourite under-the-radar brunches in London town – from piled-high pancakes, to fry-up favourites.

The Best Brunch In Central London

The Breakfast Club

Looking for a West End brunch to kick off your morning? The Breakfast Club’s newest caf in Seven Dials is the perfect place. This locally renowned spot, known for queues at its flagship Soho location, promises good food, nostalgic tunes, and warm hospitality. 

Whether you’re after Huevos Rancheros, a hearty All American Pancake Breakfast, or Fried Chicken, Bacon & Waffles, the menu caters to every craving. Wash it down with their famed BC Bloody Mary, a Rise & Shine Mimosa, or a Salted Caramel Espresso Martini.

Where: 55 Neal St, WC2H 9PJ
Website: www.thebreakfastclubcafes.com

3 Henrietta Street

Head down to 3 Henrietta Street for brunch and choose between Pivot Bar & Bistro overlooking Covent Garden’s iconic piazza, or the Instagrammable Lilly’s Café. Expect delicious, homely food made from the best of British ingredients at Pivot, with dishes like Caramelised Waffles with poached pear and maple syrup and a British Breakfast being the highlights.

Or, if you’ve missed the typical brunching hour, Lilly’s Café has you covered with their all-day brunch menu. With beautifully presented dishes using natural and mood-boosting ingredients, some menu favourites are their Banoffee Toast or their eggs any style.

Where: 3 Henrietta St, London WC2E 8LU

Duck & Waffle

You know the old saying, “jack of all trades, master of none”? That could have so easily applied to Duck & Waffle, but in fact they win big at being a 24-hour restaurant, having excellent food and unrivalled views out across London.

Your brunch experience (to be enjoyed any time of day, including 4am if it takes your fancy) begins with a 40 second lift ride that whooshes you up to the 40th floor of 110 Bishopsgate and ends with you having your fill of their famous duck and waffle dish, or the sweet Full Elvis with PBJ, caramelised banana, Chantilly cream, and all the trimmings.

Where: 110 Bishopsgate, London EC2N 4AY

Bocconcino Soho

At Bocconcino’s Soho site, weekends mean indulging in pizza and bottomless bubbles. This Italian gem is one of Soho’s newest openings, where you can tuck into Roman-style pizzas, expertly prepared in a wood-fired oven, all while enjoying free-flowing Prosecco.

With over ten delicious pizza options to feast on, including the classic Diavola and Pizza Burrata, it’s a can’t-miss feast. Opt for the standard package with bottomless bubbles, or upgrade to the premium package for cocktails like Bellini, Rossini, or Aperol Spritz. Book on Saturdays from 12pm-2:30 pm.

Where: 59 Great Marlborough St, London W1F 7JY

Lantana Café

Sip the day away with bottomless prosecco or mimosas at Lantana Cafe, the Aussie brunch spot that showcases the tastes and flavours of Australia’s multi-cultural cuisines.

Your afternoon will be spent chowing down on dishes like Five bean chilli & Courgette Bread with Halloumi, Bubble ‘n’ squeak Benedict, and Avocado Poke Bowls.

To go bottomless, opt for ‘The Lantana Blowout’, which includes unlimited prosecco or mimosas with any brunch dish for £46, or if you’re going teetotal, their ‘Hold The Booze’ option means you’ll get a brunch dish and unlimited juices and coffees for £39.


Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings

Bourne and Hollingsworth is always a good idea. Pop into their stunning greenhouse and try the delicious two-dish weekend brunch menu. Choose from dishes like the B&H Huevos Benedictos (chorizo, avocado, bearnaise sauce, and pico de gallo on a toasted English muffin) and their Vegan Falafel Burger (with beetroot, hummus, cucumber and mint yoghurt, sriracha dressing and French fries). And if you’re after something sweet, we thoroughly recommend following up with the B&H Stacked Pancakes with toasted hazelnuts and caramelised banana.

To wash it all down, you can choose from bottomless Bellinis, Bloody Marys, Fizz or brunch cocktails like the B&H Verditas (pineapple, fresh mint, coriander, jalapeno, ginger and lime served long with tequila or mezcal). Yum!



From stunning interiors and 360-degree views of the city to impressive dining, beautiful cocktails and bottomless weekend brunch, rooftop bar and restaurant Wagtail is effortlessly chic and utterly delicious, with prime views of The Shard, the Monument and Tower Bridge.

Highlights include beef tartare to start with soy-cured egg yolk, shallot, and crispy capers; native blue lobster and crayfish roll with thick-cut chips; and options to add on free-flowing drinks.



Is there ever a better way to start the day than with Dishoom’s famous Bacon Naan Roll? We think not (and it’s double bacon for us, thanks). Their famous dish is made up of smoked streaky bacon with cream cheese, tomato-chilli jam and coriander, wrapped in a freshly baked naan. You’ll also find other Indian-inspired brunch staples like The Big Bombay with akuri, char-striped smoked streaky bacon, peppery Shropshire pork sausages, masala beans, grilled field mushrooms, grilled tomato and buttered, home-made buns.

Wash it down with a cup (or five) of chai tea, which is refillable, so they’ll just keep ‘em coming if you so wish.

Where: Multiple Locations

Rake’s Café Bar 

Experience pure indulgence at Rake’s Cafe’s Scandal Brunch every Saturday between 12-5pm, with flavourful brunch dishes alongside bottomless drinks to let your hair down.

On the menu are dishes like smashed avocado on toast with an added kick of tomato and chilli salsa; ham, cheese and truffle toastie; raised pecan waffles with lemon crème fraîche, rose and fennel syrup and seasonal berries; and Rake’s rainbow salad with parsley lemon vinaigrette.

Where: 40 Liverpool St, London EC2M 7QN

Dalloway Terrace

For those too short on time for a quick escape to the countryside, why not enjoy weekend brunch from Dalloway Terrace’s enchanting floral wonderland.  Located inside The Bloomsbury Hotel, the restaurant changes with the seasons and welcomes a cascade of fairy lights, floral arrangements and greenery for you to brunch under.

Priced at 2 courses for £38 and 3 courses for £45, choose from the likes of a healthy banana split with homemade granola, coconut yoghurt, berries and peanut butter dressing’ vanilla chia pudding with maple walnuts, caramelized banana and honeycomb; smoked haddock hash with spinach, crispy capers, poached egg and saffron mayo; and shakshuka with whipped greek yoghurt and grilled flatbread. 

Where: 16-22 Great Russell St, London WC1B 3NN


Brunch just got a major upgrade at Madison with their Bottomless Rooftop Brunch! Indulge in Severn & Wye smoked salmon, Rigatoni alla Vodka, or classic Fried Chicken & Waffles. For dessert? Lime Leaf Panna Cotta or Soft Chocolate & Orange cake.

On Saturdays, enjoy two courses for £35 or three for £39. Sundays offer two courses for £29 or three for £35. Add bottomless bubbles for £35 more. With live music and DJ sets, it’s the ultimate weekend vibe.

Where: One New Change, London EC4M 9AF
Website: www.madisonlondon.net

The Restaurant at St Martin’s Lane

If you’re on the lookout for the ultimate midday feast, swing by St Martins Lane London. Their weekend brunch serves up scrumptious dishes alongside bottomless drinks. Whether you’re craving classic avo on toast or sweet French toast, the menu is lengthy. Plus, with a guest DJ in the mix, you’re in for a daytime party.

Starters like soup of the day and charcuterie boards set the tone, while mains like Eggs Benedict and Lobster Benedict keep the brunch game strong. Don’t miss out on dessert – French toast and pancakes await.

Where: 45 St Martin’s Ln, London WC2N 4HX
Website: www.book.ennismore.com

Aqua Kyoto

Indulge in the ultimate weekend feast at this West End spot with a four-course Japanese brunch. Start with miso soup and aubergine agebitashi, then dive into a droll-worthy sushi platter. For mains, choose from sukiyaki beef with candy floss or grilled spicy teriyaki salmon. And save room for dessert – wasabi parfait, anyone?

Upgrade your experience with bottomless drinks and groove to beats from resident DJs every Saturday.

Where: 5th Floor, 240 Regent St., London W1B 3BR
Website: www.aquakyoto.co.uk

The Montagu Kitchen & Lounge

Brunch and a Sunday roast: could there be a better combination?! Level up your Sundays at The Montagu Kitchen & Lounge where for just £62 a pop, you’ll enjoy the ultimate British feast complete with all the trimmings: duck fat potatoes, veg, Yorkshire pud, and lashings of homemade gravy.

Start with a spread of Manzanilla Olives and Red Pepper Hummus, then tuck into slow-cooked roast joints from the Ethical Butcher. Add bottomless bubbly for £35 for a Sunday that just got a whole lot tastier.

Where: 30 Portman Square, London W1H 7BH
Website: www.hyattrestaurants.com


Join a bubbly-filled feast and banish those rainy-day blues with a weekend bottomless brunch at The SOAK. Tucked away in the heart of Victoria, this spot serves up mouthwatering dishes alongside 1.5 hours of bottomless bubbly or refreshing soft drinks.

Try classics like Smashed Avocado toast or get adventurous with Black Prawn Dumplings, Dirty Steak & Chips or vegan-friendly options like a Plant Burger. With chic décor and cosy vibes, it’s the perfect spot to brunch the day away.

Where: Terminus Pl, London SW1W 0RP
Website: www.thesoak.co.uk

The Best Brunch In North London


If you’re on the hunt for a weekend brunch in Islington, look no further than Bellanger. This spot serves up brunch classics with a European twist every Saturday, Sunday, and Bank Holiday.

Picture this: a Bellanger BLT on rosemary focaccia, Eggs Basquaise with a zesty chorizo kick, or perhaps Sautéed Mushrooms on Toasted Brioche with a fried duck egg – yum! Plus, they’ve got your Eggs Benedict and Eggs Royale fix covered too.

Where: 9 Islington Grn, London N1 2XH
Website: www.bellanger.co.uk

Edo Izakaya

Gather your brunch gang and head to Islington for Edo Izakaya’s indulgent Bottomless Brunch. Expect carefully curated dishes, each perfectly paired with 1.5 hours of free-flowing prosecco.

Whether you’re craving Salmon & Avocado Rolls, Pork Gyoza, Truffle Fries, or Black Cod you’ll find it on Saturdays and Sundays for £40 per person.

Where: 154 Old St, London EC1V 9BW
Website: www.edo-izakaya.co.uk

The Best Brunch In West London

Los Mochis

Los Mochis, the Baja-Nihon restaurant located in the heart of Notting Hill, is the perfect place to enjoy Pan-Pacific plates and reimagined versions of the classics. Paying homage to the traditional Mexican breakfast, expect an enticing menu of huevos con carne asada; pancakes with grilled peaches; el taco rey; and masa chicken and waffles. Championing sustainable products from best-in-class artisans, the breakfast menu is entirely nut and gluten-free.

Where: 2-4 Farmer St, London W8 7SN

Sloane Place 

Offering up one of the best London hotel brunches in town, Sloane Place has an extensive menu that includes brunch classics like blueberry pancakes with maple syrup; eggs benedict; and healthier options like coconut bircher muesli and açai bowls.

Fancy making your brunch a boozy one? They also offer two hours of Prosecco, Mimosa, Bloody Mary or draft beer.

Where: 60 Lower Sloane St, London SW1W 8BP

Cellar at Kindred

Brunch is always a popular time of day at Kindred, and their locally sourced menu evolves with the seasons.

Served until 3pm (perfect for those late risers) dishes include signatures like their breakfast muffins with hash browns or sausage, duck and bacon hash, as well as classic crowd-pleasers.

Where: Bradmore House, Queen Caroline St, London W6 9BW


The clue’s in the name with this one, but Eggbreak serves up some of London’s very best eggs. Tuck into your favourite egg dishes with a special Eggbreak added twist, from the salmon dish cake topped with poached eggs, sriracha hollandaise and spinach, to the spicy piggy bun, a Gochujang-spiced pork patty, homemade chilli jam, ginger, fried egg, American cheese and potato brioche bun.

For a savoury take on the classically sweet French toast, dive into the hot honey French toast served with za’atar, cherry tomatoes, garlic, thyme, poached eggs, labneh and Dr Sting’s hot honey. Yum!

Where: 30 Uxbridge St, London W8 7TA

Sunday In Brooklyn

Contrary to what the name suggests, Sunday in Brooklyn is open for brunch and dinner every day of the week. The New York institution is the perfect place to hunker down when you’re hungry, and the brunch menu includes both lighter bites and heartier fare. Think Sunday pancakes with hazelnut maple praline and brown butter; the Cheddar Scramble with scrambled eggs, long island potatoes, toast and a choice of bacon, pork sausage, chicken sausage or avocado; and a warm grain bowl with brown rice, avocado, six-minute egg and summer veggies.

Delicious signature cocktails are on offer all day long too. Think Honeybear On Holiday with rum, Montenegro, apricot, pineapple and honey; and Champagne Problems with genepy, strawberry, lemon and bubbly.

Where: 98 Westbourne Grove, London W2 5RU

The Best Brunch In South London


A Balham institution, Milk is the no-reservations South London brunch spot that always has a queue of hungry brunch-goers on its doorstep. And deservedly so. When you do grab your table, start with Sweet Maria – sweetcorn fritters with halloumi, avocado and kusandi, or go sweet with the Nutzilla French Toast – housemade brioche, British strawberries, miso butterscotch, candied pecans and tonka bean chantilly.

In sunny weather, try to nab a seat outside where you can soak up some rays in a perfect people-watching location. But they usually open their huge windows in sunny weather anyway, so if you fancy some cover whilst tucking into some incredible food, it’s the perfect spot.


The Little Orange Door

Whether it’s to detox or retox, kickstarting your weekend with brunch at The Little Orange Door is always a good idea. Join the flatmates for a big afternoon of bottomless prosecco, Aperol Spritz or rosé, indulgent feasting and ultimate house party vibes as you tuck into some seriously good brunch dishes.

From pancakes and poached eggs with guacamole to boozy Bloody Marys and even entertainment like retro video games and a dress-up box – everything’s on hand to take you from breakfast to bedtime.


The Table

Possibly the best brunch spot around Clapham Junction, The Table serves up a menu that will satisfy every whim in surroundings that are cosy and cool. Looking for a health kick? The Buddha Bowl or Sweetcorn Cake is for you. Looking to indulge? Then choose from sweet or savoury pancakes and waffles, specials such as Smoked Ham Hock & Chorizo Hash, an array of burgers and all the brunch classics you could ever dream of.

A stone’s throw from Clapham Common, it’s pup-friendly and perfectly located for a big walk to work off those hash browns – if you can peel yourself out of your snuggly dining booth.

Where: 35-37 Battersea Rise, London SW11 1HG
Website: www.thetablecafe.com

Brother Marcus

No brunch list would be complete without a special mention to Brother Marcus, who has been doing brunch right for as long as we can remember. Their Borough site is the newest addition to the family, adding yet more choice of delicious food to the area.

Brunch dishes include sweet potato, courgette & feta fritters with avocado, crispy kale, turmeric yoghurt and a poached egg; the Marcus Breakfast (their Meditteranean twist on a full English); and smokey shakshuka. This is one to add to your brunch bucket list, pronto.



With Kudu pinned as one of the most exciting additions to Peckham’s buzzing restaurant scene, their brunch is unlikely to disappoint. The brunch menu is diverse, which makes it difficult to choose just one dish, but all the more reason to order a few to share (or keep coming back to Kudu for more).

Highlights include a sourdough waffle with house-cured salmon, poached eggs and crème fraiche; smoked cod, crispy potato, egg, swiss chard, curry hollandaise; and crispy spiced pain perdu, burnt vanilla mascarpone, and passion fruit.



This neighbourhood institution – famous for its dog-friendly all-day dining and laid-back atmosphere – has locations dotted all over South London, from Richmond to Dulwich, and the brunch (especially bottomless) doesn’t disappoint.

The Mediterranean-inspired menu features highlights of buttermilk fried chicken, harissa hummus with flatbread, ‘shakshorizo’ baked eggs, and smashed avo on sourdough. Nourish bowls are also served, taking their inspiration from the brunch bowls of Bondi Beach.

Where: Multiple Locations
Website: www.megans.co.uk

Peggy Jean

Head down to Richmond’s floating Aussie brunch spot to experience more savoury and sweet brunch dishes than you could shake a fork at. The menu includes bold and seasonal dishes alongside classic brunch staples to bring a little Aussie sunshine to your London plate. Expect dreamy interiors, a buzzy vibe, and waterside views.

At their epic bottomless brunch, you’ll have a choice of award-winning brunch dishes (one sweet dish and one savoury dish each) like their banana bread sandwich with honey mascarpone cream, fresh berries and flaked almonds; and their sweetcorn fritters with smashed avocado, poached eggs, red pepper, habanero and almond sauce, feta and corn rib. Add 90 minutes of free-flowing fizz and mimosas at £50pp and you’ve got yourself one brilliant brunch.

Make sure you don’t miss their legendary Watermelon Margaritas – the ideal set-up for a lazy Saturday.


The Best Brunch In East London

The Rooftop at One Hundred Shoreditch 

Fancy brunch with a view? Head over to The Rooftop at One Hundred Shoreditch to soak up the East London views and indulge in delicious brunch favourites. From shrimp burgers to buttermilk pancakes, breakfast burritos to Nutella sandos, there’s a whole host of goodies to sink your teeth into. 

Where: 100 Shoreditch High St, London E1 6JQ

Martello Hall

Weekend mornings see this Hackney restaurant and bar transform into a boozy bottomless affair come brunch time. And with a menu including Sicilian tagliatelle, truffle scrambled eggs, and a selection of their famed pizzas, it’s hard to resist.

For the ultimate brunchtime bash, add two hours of bottomless booze for £33pp and choose from pink fizz, Martello Hall rum punch, and a Make-Your-Own Bubbly cocktail kit, complete with everything you need to make Strawberry Royales, Bellinis, Mimosas and Kir Royales.

Where: 137 Mare St, London E8 3RH

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