Brunch restaurants

Blixen

Open all day, a pleasant and laid back brasserie from Clive Watson to hang and literally recharge at Old Spitalfields Market.

Maison Trois Garçons

As much design store as coffee shop, indulge in a leisurely breakfast or while away an afternoon at this Shoreditch gem.

Damson & Co

A Soho coffee shop more British than a cuppa tea, pop in for breakfast and segue into afternoon G&Ts.

Monocle Café

Get a taste of the Tyler Brûlé lifestyle at this Marylebone café from the ‘global briefing’ publishers.

The Riding House Café

Small plates may be all the rage, but this cool restaurant off Oxford Street is actually doing them well.

The Breakfast Club

Sunny side up. This tiny hole in the wall is hidden down a Soho side street and still manages to pack ‘em in.

Smith of Smithfields

Shoved right in the heart of London’s only working meat market, this four floor bonanza of everything red-blooded makes for a hearty brunch option.

National Gallery Café

David Collins-designed, and therefore ever so-chic, the Café does Modern European brunch options like no other - and the artsy surroundings don’t hurt.

The Diner

How may we help your hangover? Contemplate last night’s proceedings over pancakes, waffles, burgers and bloody marys.

Napket

Posh luncheon nosh. Super stylised salads, sandwiches and ‘snob food’ (their words, not ours) in amongst Murano chandeliers, Starck chairs, and high gloss.

The Electric Brasserie

Brunch par excellence. Though part of the Soho House group, anyone is welcome to dine here and so many of Notting Hill’s poshest do.

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