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The Best Of: Brunch In London

Author Editor - 1 minute read

We dare you to find something that screams 'weekend' more than a brunch. Crawling out of bed with no alarm to worry about, no work to go to and with only coffee and pancakes awaiting you, we're pretty sure that's how all weekends should be.

Looking for a new location for your go-to weekend brunch? Stick with us. Consider this your tried and tested manual to brunch in London. 

Hotbox London

Whilst definitely not for the faint-hearted, Hotbox London is perfect if you're up for something with a little American flavour to it. We're talking impressive American style BBQ burgers, pancakes and waffles.

Located in Spitalfields, it's the perfect brunch joint for a pre-shopping energy hit.

Clerkenwell Grind

One for those who like to Instagram their food before eating it - thanks to Clerkenwell Grind's velvet seats, marble tables and neon wall hangings, it's no wonder that their Instagram tags are always being tapped. 

Us? Well, we're heading to Grind for their coffee, cocktails and all-day dining. Tick, tick, tick.

Duck & Waffle

Not for one with a fear of heights, that's for sure. Duck & Waffle, situated in the clouds, not only offers breath-taking views of London, but also the most insanely delicious waffles.

On the 40th floor of 110 Bishopsgate, the swish menu specialises in savoury and sweet waffles - and if you're feeling brave, we thoroughly recommend their signature duck and waffles.

Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings

A restaurant, greenhouse and cocktail bar, Bourne & Hollingsworth is a go-to regardless of the occasion. 

Fair warning though, this is a popular spot on the weekends so don't expect to turn up and be seated - those Bloody Mary's and glasses of prosecco are incredibly popular.


The Good Egg

For something a little different, this popular spot features a brunch menu full of Middle-Eastern delights - think shakshuka topped with baked eggs, or bacon-and-egg pita with date jam.

The stylish café features an open kitchen and is ideal if you're looking for an alternative to traditional brunching.




Granger & Co

Three words: the. scrambled. eggs. 

In various locations around London, enjoy brunch from a menu full of healthy options, such as a ginger prawn egg-white omelette or green pea and dill fritters. We're particularly fond of their Kings Cross branch, conveniently located near French Connection HQ in Camden. Have a wander around the shops afterwards and during the Summer months, head over to Granary Square to enjoy the sunshine.