With almost 9 million inhabitants in London, there is no shortage of restaurants, bars or even cafés in the city.
Many tourists who visit the capital of England turn to these establishments, which are, for the most part, friendly and allow them to discover Great Britain through its population which likes to go there regularly.
This is especially true of the city’s small cafés that are very popular on weekends for serving delicious brunches.
What are the 10 best brunches in London?
In this article, we’re going to introduce you to the 10 best brunches in London that we recommend you visit during your visit.
If you want to know more about the city, we invite you to check out our article dedicated to the 10 best bars in London.
1. Pivaz Hackney
When you go to Pivaz Hackney, you’ll be greeted by waiters who go above and beyond your expectations, making sure you don’t miss out on anything.
The brunches offered are of superior quality, all in a peaceful and friendly atmosphere. A great experience at 34 Chatsworth Rd, Lower Clapton, E5 0LP.
The Dobar is a nice place to have a quick brunch, with good quantity and quality. A good café with a well varied and affordable menu.
Although the place is not very big, you can easily go there with a small group or family. The address is 324a Green Lanes, Finsbury Park, N4 1BX.
3. Drury 188-189
This is another good place to go for your first meal of the day. You’ll love the food at Drury 188-189, especially the coffee that is served with care.
Every dish on the menu is made with high quality ingredients. Not to mention that the prices are reasonable. Try it out during your visit to 188-189 Drury Ln, WC2B 5QD.
4. Kennington Lane Cafe
Named after the street on which it is located, Kennington Lane Cafe is a nice little place where getting brunch is a formality.
With friendly service, the waitresses will be happy to offer you the famous black pudding with a good English tea to keep you warm. The address is 383 Kennington Ln, SE11 5QY.
5. Big Easy Kings Road
The Big Easy Kings Road is considered by its regulars as an exceptional place, and worth a visit! Good brunch and breakfast dishes are available, and will allow you to be in a sporty atmosphere from the morning.
The atmosphere is so good that you will want to come back another time to have a drink and watch the soccer games with the famous Chelsea fans. A great experience at 332-334 King’s Rd, SW3 5UR.
6. The Lounge Cafe Bar Brackley
The Lounge Cafe Bar Brackley is a new little café with a nice little selection of cakes.
It’s a nice place that stays open late on certain nights of the week and has a nice atmosphere with a nicely decorated interior. The address is Market House Courtyard, Market Pl, Brackley NN13 7AB.
7. The English Rose Cafe
This is perhaps the favorite of many tourists who pass by, both because of the friendly and welcoming staff, and because of the place itself, which is simply charming.
It’s a place you’ll like if you want a good full English breakfast (with a vegetarian option) very close to Buckingham palace located at 4 Lower Grosvenor Pl, SW1W 0EJ.
8. The drift
A wonderful experience awaits you at The drift! The hot drinks and food are deliciously prepared by the catering staff and are mainly gluten free. It will be a real treat for you to have a good brunch at 110 Bishopsgate, EC2N 4AY.
9. Amber Restaurant
Not far from Edinburgh Castle, a nice restaurant called Amber serves good meals from morning to night like haggis (with vegetarian option) being accompanied by mashed potatoes and sauce.
The dishes are excellent and well presented. Whisky lovers will be happy to go there knowing that this restaurant offers great tastings. See you at 354 Castlehill, EH1 2NE.
Finally, Mallow is a small vegetarian restaurant located in the heart of Borroughs Market. It has a quiet upstairs room for family dining.
As for the dishes, we recommend a vegetarian burger, even my meat lovers will appreciate it! Good experience at 1 Cathedral St, SE1 9DE.
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You now know the best places to go in London to enjoy the famous British brunches. The trick is to get a better idea of what’s waiting for you on your plate and the atmosphere of these famous local cafés.
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