Brunch

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9.1

Rochelle Canteen

Jake Missing
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8.9
Heidi Lauth Beasley
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8.7

Catalyst Coffee Roasters & Cafe

Jake Missing
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8.6
Jake Missing
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8.6
Sam Collins

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LDN Review

Ta'mini Lebanese Bakery

A Lebanese bakery in Fulham making top-notch pastries and brunch.

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8.3

LDN Review

The Dusty Knuckle

The Dusty Knuckle is probably the best bakery in north London and their Green Lanes location only affirms that. Come for their bread, stay for a sandwich, and book for a pizza dinner.

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LDN Guide

The Best Brunches In London

Trying to figure out where the eggs, sourdough, and French toast are? Here are the best brunches in London, in one convenient guide.

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LDN Review

Ayam Zaman

A Syrian restaurant in Shepherd's Bush serving excellent mezze in a rustic dining room.

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LDN Guide

Where To Eat Brunch After 3pm

Because eggs aren't just for early risers.

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7.9

LDN Review

Café Cecilia

A canal-side hot spot, Café Cecilia is a trendy and sometimes terrific all-day canteen serving takes on British classics.

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LDN Review

Darcie & May Green

A colourful converted barge opposite Paddington station, Darcie and May Green is a great shout for an alfresco drink and a light bite in the summer.

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8.0

LDN Review

Chameleon

Marylebone’s Chameleon is a restaurant with highs, some lows, but importantly, one of the best alfresco gardens in London.

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7.8

LDN Review

Beit El Zaytoun

A lively Lebanese restaurant and open-air shisha café in Park Royal.

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7.7

LDN Review

Langan's Brasserie

A Mayfair classic that’s been serving champagne since the eighties, Langan’s is perfect for celebratory breakfasts.

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LDN Guide

The Halal Brunch Guide

The best brunch spots in London, but make it halal.

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8.0

LDN Review

Heart Of Balham

Heart of Balham is a North African-inspired cafe on Balham high street serving some delicious brunch dishes.

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7.4

LDN Review

Eldr

A rooftop restaurant and bar in Belgravia serving Nordic small plates.

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8.0

LDN Review

Ozone London Fields

This light and bright roastery, coffee shop, and all-day restaurant in Bethnal Green is as useful as Ozone’s other spot in Shoreditch.

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7.6

LDN Review

Vardo

Vardo is a striking all-day restaurant and coffee spot in Chelsea.

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7.8

LDN Review

Hand

Hand in Stratford’s East Village is a Greek-ish cafe offering some of the best brunch we’ve had in ages.

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8.4

LDN Review

Bake Street

Bake Street is a brilliant neighbourhood café opposite Hackney’s Rectory Road station that does legendary weekend brunch specials.

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8.1

LDN Review

Over Under

Over Under is a great little coffee shop opposite Earls Court station that transforms into a fun bar come evening.

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7.8

LDN Review

Brunswick East

Brunswick East is an all-day Australian café and coffee shop with lovely courtyard seating.

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7.8

LDN Review

Bistrotheque

Bistrotheque is a neighbourhood bistro set in an old warehouse, with art projected on the walls and a cool, east London ambience.