Brunch is our favourite meal of the day – especially when it’s on a lazy weekend with nothing to do but indulge in all your egg and avo fantasies. And if you want something extra special these are the best brunches in town, according to the experts – AKA, us…
Sam Lewis, Acting Editor
Farm Girl is my favourite for its Aussie inspired (and almost too pretty to eat) food, from rose lattes to avocado on toast. Also Sunday in Barnsbury is an absolute gem of a cafe. On the weekend you’ll queue for up to an hour but trust me it’s worth it. The menu includes courgette fritters with halloumi and salted caramel french toast. Need I say more?!
Shara Tochia, Co-Founder
Sarah Davis, Social Media Manger
Caravan City does a really delicious brunch that goes beyond the standard avo/toast combo. I tried quince for the first time and it was awesome! Nice atmosphere and decor too.
Celine Davies, Commercial Director
At M Restaurant Victoria, the food is ace and the cocktails are decent strength, for a little indulgence. Plus, they are pooch friendly.
Charlotte Pasha, Contributor
I will always be happy when someone suggests brunch at Daisy Green in Marble Arch (or others in the group like Timmy Green and Beanie Green, all over London.) Aussie in style, portions are vast. The eggs royale with charcoal bread is a dream and the granola is something I fantasise about. Decor is fun and quirky, and there’s the option to go bottomless.
The shakshuka at Ottolenghi’s NOPI is almost too good to be true and the bread to dip with is to die for. The loos are worth a visit for the Insta alone and it’s super centrally located, so makes for a great meeting point.
Becky Cope, Contributor
I love The Barge House in Haggerston for its amazing bunny chow – go with an appetite.
Amanda Bootes, Contributor
I adore Bourne and Hollingsworth.
Rosie Sargeant, Contributor
Ole and Steen is really good value – the Cinnamon Social pastry is DIVINE.
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