My top 5 brunches in London

My top 5 brunches in London

Brunch is magical. There is nothing better than a meal that allows you to have a lie in. It’s breakfast without the pressure.

It is also acceptable to drink at 11. Who doesn’t love that?

So here are my top 5 picks for brunch in London

1) Cote – 

I do really like Cote as a restaurant. It’s a chain but it’s not tacky. The breakfasts that they do are well priced, a decent size and very delicious.

The also do a ‘Formule’ breakfast that is any cooked breakfast with fresh orange or cloudy apple juice and a hot drink of your choice which in my opinion is such a good deal.

Go for the eggs florentine and start your day right!


My personal favourite one is just by tower bridge –Hay’s Galleria, Tooley St, London SE1 2HD

Check out the menu here

2) The Grain Store

This place offers a nice twist on the traditional bunch experience!

Set in the wonderful Granary Square, this place has everything you could ask for!

I would recommend the  Sweet potato waffle with stewed pepper, Baghdad eggs, yoghurt sauce and barberries! So delicious!



Make sure you book ahead because this place fills up!

Check out the menu here

3. Timberyard 

One of those places that you’re not 100% sure that you’re cool enough to go into, and they haven’t exactly got a full on menu that you can sit down and look at. But don’t fear, these guys are some of the nicest people in this town.

Get yourself an open sandwich, granola or even just some simple toast and nutella, relax and enjoy one of their really amazing coffee!


They have 3 locations, but my favourite is the one in Seven Dials!

Check them out here 

4. Daylesford 

Providing a selection of organic and wonderfully presented food from their farm in Gloucestershire, this small chain of really beautiful restaurants is a perfect place for a lazy brunch.

Get involved in some of their signature dishes for the full experience!



Slightly on the pricier end of the market, but so worth it!

See the menu here

5. Laduree

For the full on continental experience look no further than Laduree. The offshoots of this iconic French patisserie finds itself fitting seamlessly into the hustle and bustle of covent garden (better people watching than the Harrods store) and some of the most incredible croissants of your life.


I’m going to suggest that doing this by half is a complete waste of time. Go full out, have all the jams and mini croissants on offer, it wont be cheap but it will be worth it (£38 for a full on brunch extravaganza).

Check out the menu here


Enjoy your bruchin’

Alice xo.


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