From Mid-Week To Lazy Sundays: 11 Places You Can Get Brunch Any Day Of The Week

By Lottie Woodrow | 1st September 2022
Brunch any day of the week London

Thought brunch was reserved for Saturdays only? Think again. We’ve whittled down the best places you can find brunch any day in London, from mid-week meet-ups with friends to lazy Sundays in need of reviving. 


If there’s one ingredient that screams brunch it’s an avocado. And that’s exactly what you’ll find served up at brunch favourite Avobar. A whole cafe dedicated to the creamy fruit, their menu is stacked with tasty brunch dishes to be available all day, any day of the week. 

Think avo spicy prawns topped with salt popcorn and mixed leaves; halloumi jalapeno tacos; matcha pancakes with caramelised banana, maple syrup and avo-butter; and corn fritters topped with guac, house-made tomato jam and rocket. There’s even a whole section on their menu reserved for avo toasts – as if it couldn’t get any more millennial. 

Available everyday

23 – 24 Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, WC2E 8ND


Brunch all day, every day? As if you even need to ask. Everyone’s favourite neighbourhood restaurant group Megan’s is renowned for their independent feel, endless cocktails and Mediterranean inspired dishes. 

Head down to your local one or make the trip over the river to Battersea Power Station to get your hands on their Mediterranean feast. Expect halloumi fries; Turkish style brunch; shakshuka baked eggs; scrambled turmeric tofu; and stacks of pancakes to be waiting for you.

Available everyday

Various Locations


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If there’s one place in London that does brunch right, it’s Dishoom. The Indian eatery has become renowned for its cooked breakfasts and legendary naan rolls.

The Indian eatery has become renowned for its cooked breakfasts and legendary naan rolls.

If you manage to wangle yourself a table, spend the morning indulging on one of their naan rolls – we love the Wrestler’s Naan Roll. Named for Koolar & Co.’s wrestler-sized portions, it’s packed out with smoked streaky bacon, peppery pork sausages and runny-yolked egg – it’s worth Instagramming before you dive in.

Available everyday

Various Locations

Duck & Waffle

Serving up Insta-worthy dishes around the clock is 24-hour restaurant, Duck & Waffle. Located high in the clouds in Heron Tower, it’s home to London’s best sunset and sunrise views over the capital. 

You can grab your brunch favourites any hour of the day, any day of the week! There’s a meal for every taste bud, from breakfast bites including the duck egg en cocotte with wild mushrooms, Gruyère, truffle and soldiers, to Colombian eggs served with tomato and spring onions, avocado and sourdough toast, to their legendary waffles. You can’t go wrong with the ‘duck & waffle’, a classic crispy duck leg confit with fried duck egg and a drizzle of mustard maple syrup served on top of a carb-loaded waffle.

Available everyday

You can grab your brunch favourites any hour of the day, any day of the week!

Duck & Waffle, London

110 Bishopsgate, EC2N 4AY


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The Mandrake

Jurema, the alfresco terrace enveloped by a hanging garden of jasmine and passion flower, has launched a new alfresco Botanical Sunday Brunch. Nodding to South American fare, the sharing-style set menu features a selection of sharing seasonal starters, from padron peppers sprinkled with smoked chilli salt to crab and fennel tostadas with sea herbs and lime. Mains make way for dishes such as buttermilk fried chicken bun with pickled jalapeno coleslaw and twists on traditional brunch favourites, like the chorizo and poached egg muffin with a fiery chimichurri hollandaise.For dessert, there’s a choice of strawberries, vanilla and red pepper parfait infused with red chilli or Guatemalan chocolate mousse with coconut, buckwheat and almond. 

There’s the option to upgrade to include rosé, cocktails or Veuve Clicquot. It’s the ultimate summer escape away from the hustle and bustle, allowing you to soak up the atmosphere with sound sommelier DJ Karen Lopez on the decks.

Available every Sunday

20 – 21 Newman Street, W1T 1PG


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The clue’s in the name with this one but Eggbreak serves up some of London’s best eggs. Open all week, you can 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.

Available everyday



Shangri-La The Shard

Level up your Sunday plans with a sky-high brunch experience courtesy of Shangri-La The Shard. 

Expect to be wowed as you make your way up to the cloud-rimmed Sky Lounge. They’ve partnered with Veuve Clicquot to offer an Asian-inspired menu, featuring the likes of crispy oyster mushroom on grilled sourdoughs; crab crumpets with crab miso mayo, lime, coriander and poached egg; sweet and sour prawns with steamed rice; and Malaysian fried rice with spiced chicken and spring onion. 

Leave room for dessert and you could be tucking into a chocolate and miso mousse with salted toffee crémeux and gold chocolate or a sharing dessert of raspberry and lychee pavlova with vanilla custard, lychee panna cotta and raspberry sorbet.

Available every Sunday

31 St Thomas Street, SE1 9QU


Who doesn’t love the thought of bottomless pizza, beer, Prosecco and ping pong? That’s what you can look forward to at Bounce, the home of London’s ping pong scene. 

Choose your drink of choice, load up your plate with pizza slices and challenge your friends to a game of ping pong to take your weekend up a notch. 

Who doesn’t love the thought of bottomless pizza, beer, Prosecco and ping pong?

Available every Saturday and Sunday

Old Street & Farringdon


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The Skinny Kitchen

Open every day and with an extra special brunch extravaganza on the weekends, it’s the Instagrammable brunch everyone needs to know about. Think velvet booth seating, pink accents and neon signs. 

From sweet potato hash located with harissa yoghurt, poached egg, hollandaise and pea shoots to breakfast buns filled with fried eggs, tomatoes, cheddar, lettuce, avo salsa and sriracha mayo, The Skinny Kitchen knows what they are doing when it comes to brunch. 

Available everyday

52 Upper Street, N1 0QH


Add some fire to your Sunday plans and book in for Proud’s Drag Brunch. Taking place at their Brighton location every Saturday and Sunday, the event is packed out with raucous entertainment, bottomless booze and tasty dishes to keep you going all afternoon long.  

For those London based, they also offer a Drag Brunch at their Embankment venue, filled with lip-syncing queens who will be filling the crowd with laughter and hilarious entertainment.

Available every Saturday and Sunday

Embankment & Brighton


Bottomless bubbles and mini golf? Yes please! Crazy golf specialists Puttshack know how to put on quite the spread, complete with two hours of putting, brunch and bubbles. 

Book in and enjoy tucking into the likes of chicken and waffles with a brisket gravy and maple syrup; eggs Royale with smoked salmon, charred ciabatta, poached eggs, devilled Hollandaise and chives; or go vegan with the Vegan Monty, a delicious dish of spicy potato hash, veggie sausages, grilled portobello mushrooms, slow roasted vine tomatoes, curried tofu and charred ciabatta.

Available at the weekend


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Lakeside & Bank

The Table Cafe, London

The Table Cafe

Served daily from 8am through to 4pm, The Table Cafe offers delicious brunch options that stand out from the crowd. 

An unfussy cafe, their menu has charmed locals for over 15 years and it’s easy to see why. Expect everything from smoked ham hock and chorizo hash to sweetcorn fritters, full English brekkies to pancakes stacked to the nines.

Available everyday

83 Southwark Street, SE1 0HX

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