The Ultimate Guide to Brunch in London

Brunch is becoming more and more popular in London, and why not? There’s something about gathering with friends over great food, and perhaps a cocktail or two, that makes the weekend perfect. With so many choices for a delicious brunch in London, it can be hard to choose where to go. Never fear, we’ve rounded up our 7 favorite brunch spots in London just for you.

Balthazar

 

Balthazar Your Guide to Brunch in London
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Modeled after the New York City staple and set in the heart of bustling Covent Garden, Balthazar is a jewel in London. This French brasserie is open all day, seven days a week, but the weekend brunch is quite popular. Choose from the extensive menu which includes everything from scrambled eggs with Cornish crab to New York pancakes. The variety on the menu doesn’t stop at the food, Balthazar also offers a variety of brunch cocktails and mocktails sure to suit any taste.

Bistrotheque

 

Bistrotheque Your Guide to Brunch in London
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Bistrotheque, located in London’s Victoria Park, is a neighborhood bistro set in a refurbished warehouse. It has a relaxed ambiance and puts a trendy twist on brunch classics. Be sure to book ahead for their famed brunch, as it fills quickly. Locals recommend the steak tartare as one of the best dishes at this must-try restaurant for brunch in London.

Gaucho

 

Gaucho Your Guide to Brunch in London

 

With five locations across London, Gaucho’s ElectroBrunch is an experience not to be missed. For a fixed price, guests can order as many dishes as they like from a menu of both Argentine and brunch classics to enjoy while listening to fun music.

 

Imagine a fusion of cool beats, melodic tunes and bassy rhythms whilst you feast your way throughout our new brunch menu, Steak and Eggs to The Full Gaucho breakfast and returning favourites such as Gaucho Benedict.

 

Booking is a must at this hot spot, which also has locations in Manchester and Leeds.

Chiltern Firehouse

 

Chiltern Firehouse Your Guide to Brunch in London
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A brunch at Marylebone’s Chiltern Firehouse not only offers amazing food, but this celebrity hotspot also offers a high chance of seeing some of your favorite stars. Highlights on the menu include the famous crab-stuffed doughnuts and a mix-your-own steak tartare and black truffle scrambled eggs. Enjoy your meal with a signature cocktail like the Mary Celeste orange Bloody Mary twist, complete with an oyster on the side. This is another brunch in London where booking ahead is necessary, so plan ahead to make sure you don’t miss this amazing brunch experience.

Theo Randall

 

Theo Randall Your Guide to Brunch in London
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Set in the beautiful Intercontinental Hotel in Mayfair, Theo Randall offers a fixed price brunch on Saturdays and Sundays. The menu is elegant and Italian-inspired. Enjoy an extensive antipasti table followed by a three-course meal served with unlimited coffee, tea, Prosecco, and Bellinis. It’s an elegant and sophisticated way to start your day!

Dean Street Townhouse

 

Dean Street Townhouse Your Guide to Brunch in London
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With its cozy booths and velvet armchairs, Dean Street Townhouse in Soho offers classic British food in style. In addition to the whopping four different signature Bloody Marys, guests for brunch can enjoy house classics such as home-cured salmon, steak tartare, fish and chips, mince and potatoes, or more classic brunch fare.

Great Exhibition

 

Great Exhibition Your Guide to Brunch in London
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Located in East Dulwich, Great Exhibition offers a relaxed atmosphere and bottomless brunch that’s a cant-miss.

 

In a similar fashion to its 1851 namesake, the Great Exhibition is a glorious space in which free thinking people can celebrate the wonders of life. The exhibits today may not be as weird and wonderful as those that came from the four corners of the world all those years ago, but if you like to witness great food, beer and service in a convivial atmosphere and an off the wall environment, then the Great Exhibition has all the exhibits you need.

 

Great Exhibition has been voted the best brunch in London more than once. As a result, this brunch fills up as much as two weeks in advance, so booking ahead is a must.

No matter where you are in the city, there are amazing options for brunch in London from which to choose. If you’re looking for dinner options sure to impress, explore these Michelin Star Restaurants in London as well.

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