10 Best Brunch Spots in London

Written By:
Tito Ayantunde
Relocating to a new country is not an easy process; once you’ve settled in, it’s often the little things you miss. I’ve comprised a list of brunch spots dotted all around London that might give you a little taste of home, help you explore the city, and serve you some good food (and drinks) on the weekends.

Daisy Green

The Daisy Green Collection bring relaxed and buzzing Australian food and coffee culture to London. With 14 locations across the city and more to come, Australians moving over can find a slice of home wherever they decide to settle down.

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Duck & Waffle

If you’re searching for brunch with a view, Duck & Waffle is a no-brainer. Combining British and European cuisine, and open 24/7, the restaurant spans the 40th floor and is surrounded by floor-to-ceiling windows allowing you to take in your surroundings.


The Breakfast Club

It’s all in the name. Birthed from the streets of Soho in the 80s, The Breakfast Club has spread across London and expanded to a few other cities across the UK. If you’re looking for somewhere more relaxed that specialises in breakfast (all day), this is the place.


The Ivy

The Ivy Collection restaurants bring vibrant surroundings and a different experience to their Brasseries and Cafes across London and the UK. You have a long list of locations to enjoy beautiful food and equally beautiful décor.


Serata Hall

Located next to Old Street Station, Serata Hall is a casual, leafy all-day bakery and gin distillery serving coal-fired pizza and great brunch options packed full of flavour. If you’re popping in on the weekend and want to make your brunch bottomless, you can also have some fun creating your bubbly cocktails with their kits sent straight to your table.


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Meze, souvlaki and other traditional Greek dishes are served in this cosy eatery just a 5-minute walk from King’s Cross St. Pancras station. The restaurant is family-run and spread over two floors, with platters perfect for sharing and a menu of cocktails to accompany your meal.



MXO is London’s first all-day restaurant and agave bar that takes inspiration from both Mexican food and culture. This is the place to be if you want your classic breakfast and brunch dishes brought to new life with a South American spin. Join them every Saturday for some bottomless margaritas, mimosas, and prosecco.



This international contemporary Japanese restaurant is a dream for lovers of sushi, sashimi and Robata, with the option to enjoy free-flowing wine throughout your meal on the weekend. Enjoy a lovely afternoon from their 2 London locations in Mayfair and Canary Wharf.


Where The Pancakes Are

Pancakes all day, every day. The Pancakes Are’s menu s filled with savoury and sweet pancakes, small bites, coffees and cocktails. If you’re more of a late afternoon/evening person, they’ve launched a new ‘brinner’ menu just for you.

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Tomtom Coffee House

Tomtom Coffee House is for you if you’re looking for one of the best cups of coffee on the West End, with some classic healthy-ish brunch dishes on the side. Choose between a cosy environment inside or beautiful fresco dining in the centre of Belgravia.

For more restaurant recommendations feel free to reach out to Tito directly via LinkedIn or by email on tito.ayantunde@sonderconsultants.com