Ever since the emergence of a meal between breakfast and lunch, no weekend morning has been the same.
If you’re looking for an expensive boozy brunch, a cheaper all-you-can-eat type experience, or even a set menu as you dine at one of the best restaurants in Oxford, it isn’t difficult to find somewhere to stop and enjoy some quality food in London.
Whether you’re limited by a budget or willing to splurge, here is a guide to the ultimate brunch picks in the city.
Sipping your flat white at brunch in the conservatory-style dining room can make you feel like you’ve traveled all the way to Melbourne. That is if the weather isn’t all doom and gloom! The line-up at this spot includes an eclectic yet extremely delicious selection of treats.
From acai smoothie bowls to eggs done in whatever way you prefer — Turkish, poached, folded, or even soft-boiled accompanied by Marmite soldiers to dip — there is lots of variety to suit every palate.
You can experience this delightful brunch in either the Kew or Richmond branch.
Price: Around £35 which includes brunch for two and service.
Don’t Miss: Tasting the Breakfast Pide (ham, seeded mustard mayo, baby spinach, and mashed cacklebean eggs).
Converted from a ticket office into a stylish eatery, this Peckham-based venue has it all; comfortable counter seating, an excellent ambiance, and a menu that incorporates mouthwatering transatlantic flavors for you to dine on.
During brunch hours you can purchase anything from Bloody Caesar cocktails to Moju juices, and can sample coal-roasted cauliflower and coffee cured bacon sandwiches. You can also opt for some delectable panna cotta at the end of your brunch experience.
Price: £25 for brunch and service (£40 if you opt for cocktails).
Don’t Miss: The full English that offers fried eggs, two types of bacon, a pork and caramelized onion sausages, and smoked blood pudding, among others.
Located ten floors up in The Standard hotel, rooftop restaurant Decimo provides a brunch experience like no other. You can enjoy live music every Saturday between 12pm and 4:30pm alongside a delightful brunch menu (served from 12 noon to 2:30pm).
Created by Michelin-starred chef Peter Sanchez-Iglesias, the menu takes the deliciousness of classic Spanish dishes and adds a Mexican twist to leave flavor combinations you won’t soon forget, such as the Huevos a la Flamenca and Baja taco.
All food is served on small plates so they can easily be shared by everyone sitting at the table. Why not also wash your food down with one of the margaritas on offer?
Price: Average price of £30. You can always budget for more if you want to sample more dishes or have more cocktails.
Don’t Miss: The Bloody Maria. This is a house twist on a Bloody Mary and is made with tequila and tomato water.
Duck & Waffle
As London’s highest 24-hour restaurant, at the summit of the Heron Tower, Duck & Waffle has a solid reputation to live up to. Thankfully, it doesn’t disappoint! And if you think the core everyday menu at this high-flying restaurant is appetizing, just wait until you see what the extensive weekend brunch menu has to offer!
You can sample the delicious house signature duck ’n’ waffle (this is crispy duck-leg confit topped with mustard maple syrup and a fried duck egg) to sweet Belgian waffles. But don’t worry, they also offer an English-style fry up for you to enjoy if that’s more your speed.
You can also try baked duck eggs with wild mushrooms, melted gruyère with soldiers, or even foie gras crème brûlée.
Price: A pre-payment of £20 will cover your bill on the day. You can upgrade to a bottomless brunch for an additional £25.
Don’t Miss: Stunning views of the whole city as you feast on some tasty treats.
This celebrated pizzeria has teamed up with Pale Fox Prosecco to offer a family-style brunch on Sundays between 12 and 6pm.
Mozza’s pizzas are a little unique in comparison to the charred Napolitan crusts that Londoners are typically used to. Instead, these pizzas have a light, crisp dough that is both delicious and delicate on the tongue, and are decorated with smartly sourced toppings that are guaranteed to make your taste buds dance.
A three-course brunch is a lot of food to digest so make sure to wear your comfiest clothes and maybe even go a bit easy on your breakfast, too! If you have a big appetite and want to experience a bottomless brunch you can also check this site out https://www.londonxlondon.com/best-bottomless-brunches-in-london/
Price: £40 per person for one glass of prosecco and a three-course brunch, or £60 for three cocktails and a three-course brunch.
Don’t Miss: The overall experience.
These are some of the ultimate brunch spots in London that you just have to visit! These restaurants are all at different price points so you can pick one that sits within your budget.