Brunch Spots in London

Whether an English breakfast, pancakes and waffles, avocado toast, açaí bowls, or eggs any way is your brunch go to, London has a spot for you.

Eggbreak

Big menu, of course with lots of different egg options. Mexican omelette or the French toast are some standouts.

Flotsam & Jetsam

One location in Wandsworth and one in Maida Vale inside Clifton nurseries, Flotsam & Jetsam has an excellent avocado toast 


White Mulberries

Diverse menu from fancy banana breads to healthy bowl options to different spreads on toast. Don’t miss the espresso martinis 

The Farmer's Mistress

This spot is off the beaten path located over in Battersea

Half Cup

Three words `~ OREO FRENCH TOAST ~ do not visit without trying it!

MilkBeach

On a cute street in Queen's Park, Milk beach clearly pulls in locals. The interior of the restaurant is nicely decorated, and the building wall has a fun design painted on the exterior.

Boys 'n' Berry

Excellent SW london cafe to walk-in for brunch on the weekend or grab a takeaway coffee

Angies

West London cafe with a nice dine‑in menu and options for takeaway

Where the Pancakes are

Variety of sweet and savory options to fill your pancake craving


WatchHouse

Known for their quality coffee, WatchHouse also has a great bakery for a takeaway sandwich or guilty pleasure if you fall victim to your sweet tooth like me. Some locations also have a sit‑down menu available as an option


Greenberry Cafe

Minutes from Primrose Hill, it’s surprising just how much seating Greenbery Cafe has. Unlike many brunch spots in London, they take bookings so don’t hesitate to make a reservation to solidify your table


Pear Tree Cafe

Sitting in the heart of Battersea Park, Pear Tree Cafe is the perfect summer afternoon brunch spot. Grab a picnic table next to the pond. Then order at the counter inside. If you manage to drop-in on a nice day, extend your afternoon with drinks from the bar outside. In the evening, the cafe has live music and you'll see the queue begin to form in the afternoon as the area has a max capacity.

Megan's

A chain restaurant with many locations, Megan’s has something for everyone. If bottomless is your vibe or if you just want to pop in for a quick bite, it is always busy. Fortunately it does take bookings in advance.


NAC

Embrace your bougie side and book this Mayfair restaurant for a fancier feeling brunch. Pick a nice day and enjoy the outdoor tables, people watching all the folks that pass by.


Brown and Rosie UK

Australian influenced restaurant with a nice Açaí bowl


Farmacy

Great option for vegans in Notting Hill. Even though the menu is completely vegan friendly, this should not scare away non-vegans as the food is delicious

Boxcar

More of a coffee house, stop in here for a croissant and coffee and enjoy a quiet morning

Brother Marcus

With a few locations around the city, Brother Marcus has a Middle Eastern influenced menu


The Breakfast Club

With locations spread across london, The Breakfast Club is a classic staple. They don’t take bookings so you’ll have to queue or choose to go earlier in the day. The cafe has a bit of a diner feel, but when you get your food you’ll understand why everyone loves it




Farm Girl

Known for their drink drawings, especially the French bull dog, Farm Girl has expended to have a few locations in London. Notting Hill is my favorite hit any will provide a nice brunch experience





31 Below

On Marylebone high street, 31 below is great anytime of the day ‑ morning coffee, sit down brunch, or afternoon drink!




Lantana Cafe London

Cute cafe with a few different locations to check out across london



Granger & Co

Well‑known amongst locals and visitors, Granger & Co. will almost certainly have a queue on the weekends. The corn fritters are a tasty brunch choice!



The Table Cafe

Nice cafe in southeast london ‑ tried my first proper English breakfast here!