95 "Brunch" restaurants in London.
As far as classic, good-for-everything establishments go, it’s hard to beat the Wolseley. The breakfasts here are an essential London experience.
The restaurant group that bought London Roka, Coya, and Zuma (for better or worse) have opened a Greek restaurant in Fitzrovia. And it’s fantastic.
Esters in Stoke Newington makes some of the best and most unconventional breakfasts and brunches in London.
Shikumen is a smart Chinese restaurant in Shepherds Bush with fantastic dim sum and a brilliant roast duck that you’ll dream of.
Rubedo serves excellent Italian dishes and natural wines on Stoke Newington Church Street.
Ottolenghi is a casual restaurant and deli that serves fresh Middle Eastern-influenced food, pastries and excellent salads.
Dishoom is one of our favourites for Indian food in London, serving street food classics in several locations around town.
Set in an old Victorian warehouse, the King’s Cross branch is the brightest and airiest of the Dishoom restaurants.
The Spanish small plates, the wine and the mood lighting makes you want to be cool enough to hang out at Morito, hackney road, all the time.
The Covent Garden location of trendy Indian restaurant Dishoom is the original, and also the smallest.
Yosma is a modern Turkish restaurant in Marylebone that’s slick and stylish, loud, fun and messy, Does that sound like a place you’d like? Thought so.
Mr Bao is a Taiwanese restaurant in Peckham that we challenge anyone not to love. The mushroom bao in particular is worth crossing London for.
Timmy Green is a great cafe in Victoria. It’s the kind of place the Australian personal trainer you dream about would go to brunch.
Foxlow Chiswick is one of those spots that would win a “best all-around” award. It’s a reliable, crowd-pleasing spot at all times of the day.
One of London’s most exclusive hot spots, Chiltern Firehouse has a reputation for a see-and-be-seen vibe as well as some great food and service.