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Chow Down! Best Spots for Brunch in London

March 22, 2018 10:00 am

Whether you’re in the mood for a humble fry-up or planning to go all out at a bottomless brunch with a group, we’ve got your research sorted with some of the best spots for Brunch in London.

Finding a good brunch spot is a make or break weekend decision, it’s not one to take lightly, after all, everyone knows brunch is the most important meal of the weekend! Whether it be bottomless and boozy, comfort-food or something a little bit more luxurious, we’ve listed some restaurant hotspots below that offer some of the best Brunch in London.

Sunday lunch @aquashard ♥️

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Aqua Shard

Luxury

Available Saturday, Sunday & Bank Holidays, 10.30am – 3.30pm

If you want to enjoy brunch with a spectacular view then Aqua Shard is the ideal destination, combined with a luxurious menu that will leave you spoilt for choice, you’ll want to spread the word. Not to mention update your Instagram feed!

Insider Tip – After brunch head on up to the View from the Shard to witness the spectacular views over the capital from the highest viewing platform in London. You can go up for free with your London Pass, making your trip easier and more convenient.

The Shard – Level 31, 31 St. Thomas Street, London, UK SE1 9RY
Reservations: (44) 02030111256

Goat

Luxury | Family friendly | Bottomless

Saturday Brunch – 12 – 6pm: Brunch club with a DJ

Sunday Brunch – 13 – 3pm: Kids club with a children’s entertainer

Bottomless Brunch 12 – 4pm – 2 hours £40 per person (unlimited Prosecco, wine or beer)

Delicious scents of grilled meats and wood-fired pizza, cosy atmospherically lit rooms plus a secret cocktail bar, if you fancy brunching in style then Goat Chelsea is the place to go. Catering for both Sunday family times and bottomless boozy Saturdays, it is the perfect all-rounder for any occasion.

Insider Tip – Whether you fancy a pre or post brunch stroll head on over to one of London’s ‘secret’ gardens. Experience the beauty of the London Chelsea Physic Gardens for free if you’re a London Pass holder.

333 Fulham Road, London, SW10 9QL
Telephone: (44) 020 7352 1384

HotBox

Good value | Bottomless drink

Brunch menu from Tuesday to Sunday 11.30am till 2.30pm (3pm on a Sunday)

If you hear the word brunch, and the first thing you hear is bottomless, then Hotbox is the place for you. They provide a brunch menu to die for full of smoked meats, steak and eggs plus a breakfast burger, only to name a few favorites. Additionally for a separate £25 you can turn it into a boozy brunch, with unlimited Prosecco, mimosas plus a selection of Bloody Mary’s and various other drinks for 2 hours from the time of your booking. You’ll leave feeling full and tipsy, that’s a promise.

46-48 Commercial St, London E1 6LT
Telephone: 020 7247 1817

[LONDON] [$$] the only must-go cafe on your London list atm 🔥 _ Elan Cafe has been creating such a storm over the social medias (as much as the Emma Storm in the UK rn) 🌸 everyone is saving their best dates for coming to Elan Cafe, checking in with the pretty pink floral walls, lovely princessy theme of the place 🔥 as excited as I was, the place got me disappointed much for the not-so-impressive cakes and hot drinks 😅 the cafe was a little bit dark, truly noisy and crowded, got me wonder how much retouching was needed for their stunning Insta pictures (just realise the photos taken by customers at Elan were not that good, only the ones posted by the cafe themselves were nice tho) 💐 so I guess if you’re really curious about Elan Cafe, it could be a good idea for a sunny afternoon when the Emma snow storm ends 😍 _ Service: 3/5 Food and beverage: 3/5 Value for money: 3/5 Environment: 3.5/5 For that likes-master Insta pic: 3.5/5 _ 📍 239 Brompton Road #yourteatimefella_london _

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Elan Café

Luxury

Open Monday to Sunday 7.30am – midnight

Having a taste for the very best comes in the form of not just the menu, but their interiors too. With a very distinctive style consisting of calm pastel colours, Instagram worthy marble table tops perfect for the guilty flat lay photo, and the renowned rose covered wall makes Elan cafe a unique brunch spot. It doesn’t have a specific brunch menu, however their avocado on sourdough, breakfast plate and open flat bread sandwiches are only a couple of the winning brunch options.

48 Park Lane, Mayfair, London W1K 1PR
Telephone: (44) 020 7491 8880

that board didn’t stand a chance. neither did the prosecco 🍾#piscesprincess

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Flight Club Brunch Social

Activity | Cheap | Bottomless food

Brunch available Saturdays and Sundays 12pm-2pm or 2.30pm – 4.30pm

Looking for a slightly untraditional brunch? Then Flight Club Brunch Social is one to try. With Prosecco, mimosas and bottomless pizza brought to you whilst you play all for the bargain price of £30 each.

2A Worship St, London EC2A 2AH
Telephone: (44) 0203 019 3093

Sketch

Luxury

Brunch menu from 11am to 5pm – 7 days a week

Sketch is one classy affair, with second to none décor, a menu inspired and created by a 3 Michelin star chef, within a creative atmosphere for food, art and music. This is a brunch spot if you’d like something a little lavish, you’ll be seated in either The Parlour or The Glade room, which constitutes a magical woodland theme that will have you awe struck. The brunch menu contains all the traditional meals plus a few fancy extras, not to mention they highly encourage day drinking, it’s the idea girl’s brunch destination.

9 Conduit Street, London W1S 2XG
Telephone: 020 7659 4500

Insider tip – A short walk away is the Curzon in Mayfair, a luxurious cinema where you can unwind blissfully whilst managing your food coma. If you have a London Pass you can watch any movie at the Curzon Cinema Mayfair for free. Simply show your pass at the ticket booth. Last entry on a weekend is 17.00 and one cinema ticket per pass. A perfect post brunch activity.

All Star Lanes

Activity | Cheap | Bottomless

Brunch served until 4pm Saturdays and Sundays

If you’d like to up your brunchin’ game and add an activity to the mix after you’ve eaten then All Stars Bowling Alley is the place to go. Offering homemade American favourites such as waffles, salt beef hash, buttermilk fried chicken, just to name a few, plus you have the option to go bottomless! With unlimited Prosecco, Mimosas or a wide selection of craft beers all at your fingertips. Also FYI, at the Brick Lane venue they provide live music to take your afternoon brunch to the next level.

Various locations including Holborn, Brick Lane, Bayswater, Shepherds Bush and Stratford based in Westfield
Telephone: (44) 020 7025 2676

 Insider tip – If you’re planning on chowing down at either of the Westfield venues and fancy a spot of retail therapy – be sure to show your London Pass to the concierge desks to receive you V.I.P Pass which entitles holders to a range of discounts from over 80 participating retailers and restaurants.

Bourne & Hollingsworth

Luxury | Good value | Bottomless drinks

Brunch available Saturdays and Sundays 10am – 4pm

Feast on the exceptional brunch menu whilst also feasting your eyes on the stunning interiors of Bourne & Hollingsworth. Despite the high quality food and Instagram worthy surroundings it’s relatively cheap brunch considering, perfect for that budget busting weekend before payday. There is also a bottomless drinks option on house Bellini, Bloody Mary’s and bubbles. This venue is perfect for a sophisticated (still boozy) afternoon.

42 Northampton Rd, London, EC1R 0HU
Telephone: (44) 0203 1741156

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