The name “brunch” represents a combination of breakfast and lunch and it is used to describe a meal served from 11 am until 3 pm. This weekend, take advantage of the best brunches London has to offer. From steak and eggs to blueberry pancakes, you deserve a treat…
- The Breakfast Club
If you are in London, you should definitely go to the Breakfast Club. It is well known for its American breakfast and wonderful pancakes with fruit, bacon or scrambled eggs. The place is quite unusual with large wooden tables and vintage decor. The only problem is that there are usually queues especially during the weekend, but fortunately there are several in the city at Hoxton, Spitalfields, Angel, Soho and Battersea Rise… and you can also book a table online at:
- Farm Girl
Farm Girl is one of the trendiest places to brunch in London. It’s located in Notting Hill right in the middle of Portobello road, but away from the crowd. The place is lovely and all over Instagram. How can you not take a snap of their famous rose latte with real rose petals?
- Elan Café
Very similar to Farm Girl, Elan Café is a very beautiful place where you can have breakfast, brunch, lunch, cake and coffee in a pink-hued paradise. The restaurant is decorated with floral walls, pretty cakes, and pink cup; this is an Instagram haven.
Caravan is another go-to for brunch in London. Well cooked dishes, with a choice that combines the classic English breakfast with more elaborate dishes but always with the “Caravan touch”, it is also an excellent option for coffee.
- Brown and Rosie
Brown & Rosie cafe is situated in Kensington, London. This place is especially nice during sunny days due to its outdoor seating . Brown and Rosie was founded with an Australian model in mind – a social space to meet, eat, relax and drink great coffee. The food on offer reflects this with an extensive Australian style breakfast. Brunch and lunch is served all day. When you go there you should try their home baked granola and their French Toast with mascarpone.