Whatever your brunch preference, be it bottomless and boozy or smoothie-bowl-themed, there's no denying that London is home to some seriously good, tremendously varied breakfasts. In fact, the biggest problem is finding the energy to get out of bed and go and try them all.
Now, the good news is you'll be able to sample a big range of brunches all in one go at London's first brunch festival, hosted at the Old Truman Brewery. There'll be lots to try, including
With restaurants in all the key globetrotting hotspots - NYC, Miami, Dubai etc - a London branch was way overdue for this upscale international chain.
Having built up a loyal following in Balham for their combo of top brunches, Brother Marcus are hoping that formula together with a new menu of Mediterranean small plates and cocktails does equally well in North London.
If you're after a bottomless brunch, vegemite doughnuts or simply a glass or two from the biggest Aussie wine list in London, you'll have come to the right place when Scarlett Green opens up in Soho.
Tucked in off Bishopsgate the Devonshire Club's new chef is bringing a fresh seasonal menu to the table while opening the doors at weekends to non members.
Three times Time Out neighbourhood cafe winner Beam is coming to Blackstock Road with its quality weekend brunches and a dedicated evening menu.
It's the weekend. You may or may not have overindulged the night before. But you know categorically what you want, nay need, right now is a bacon sandwich. Here's our guide to the best in London right now.
We swung south of the river for a top Saturday brunch and came away wanting to try loads more of the menu at this new Peckham opening.
The Good Egg has set up a second restaurant in Kingly Court - we know their brunch is up to the task but what about dinner? We head along to find out.
Turkish brunch (with optional vegemite) in the morning, or Korean chicken cooked in a wood fired oven in the evening, and steaks and lobsters too - if you’re after seriously global flavours then Antipodea's latest spot will be just the job.
North London beer lovers, get ready - things are about to get a lot more interesting now Camden Town Brewery’s new Enfield site has just opened its Visitor Centre with a kitchen doing a £20 bottomless brunch.
That includes a hot dish including skilled baked eggs with sausage, as many croissants, pretzels and granola as you can greedily gobble down, and of course, two sweet, sweet hours of all-you-can-drink Camden Hells Lager. There’ll also be a new modern beer
We’re not sure which bit of Rascals to tell you about first. There’s the waterproof dining room with half off on Champagne, the bottomless pizza, or the Wheel of Misfortune with wooden stocks for the “losers”... plus creative cocktails, a mad menu and a retro dessert trolley for all your tableside flambéing needs.
South African inspired dishes make the arrival of Kudu in Peckham one to put on the to-try list with plenty of local food on the menu too.
Roka in Mayfair is trying something new for November - they're unveiling a brand new breakfast menu - but it'll only be available on Saturdays during November.
And we have to admit, the Japanese-inspired breakfast dishes do sound rather promising, with twists on a few very recognisable breakfast staples. So yes, smashed avocado does make an appearance - but it's not your usual smashed avocado.
If your idea of welcoming in the weekend involves curling up with the papers quietly at home, then we're pretty sure that the new Joe Allen brunch won't be for you.
On the other hand, if you love the idea of someone belting out Defying Gravity or Luck Be A Lady while you knock back a Bloody Mary or two, then this is right up your street.
The piano brunch runs all weekend with a soundtrack of live show tunes to sharpen your appetite. Dishes are
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