You Had Me at Brunch26 Jan 18
You Had Me at Brunch26 Jan 18
- Places To Eat, Visiting London
Brunch – our favourite meal here at Ivy. The weekend just doesn’t seem complete without it. Whether you’re after a full English Breakfast, scrumptious banana maple pancakes or something more adventurous, London most certainly has the place for you.
Ffiona's in Kensington offers all the of the of the classic brunch dishes to start your day off right. Serving up arguably one the best brunches in London you’ll be treated to scrambled eggs with oak salmon, black pudding and Bloody Mary's among the many other scrumptious dishes on offer. Located near to some some of London’s greatest museums why not make a day out of it. Or if you feel you’re needing to walk off that big brunch a stroll in nearby Hyde Park could be just the ticket.
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If you’re looking for a taste of Down Under then head no further than to Darcie Green – a canal boat turned restaurant ideally located right next to Paddington station. If you’re feeling like a taste of home, or wanting to see how they do brunch over on the other side of the world then head on down for a delicious feast including treats like some delicious smashed avocado or banana bread sandwiches. You can even pop on over to the sister boat, May, for a quick history lesson of Paddington.
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For a healthy twist on the traditional brunch, why not try Farm Girl Cafe in Notting Hill. Getting there early to secure a spot is a must but it’s worth it for a chance to sample their delicious organic menu. You won’t be able to resist snapping a few pics of their delectable dishes and their unique interior. Try their signature smoked coconut bacon, which isn’t really bacon at all but still satisfies those bacon cravings. A brunch here will have you feeling healthy and invigorated, leaving you to explore the wonderful Notting Hill area.
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If you’re looking for brunch with a view, then Perkin Reveller should certainly be on your list. Situated in one of the oldest parts of London, on the river Thames, Perkin Reveller is nestled right in between the iconic Tower of London with views of Tower Bridge. Sit down, relax, and enjoy your eggs benedict or smashed avocado on toast while you plan your day of sightseeing around London. All of the meals are reasonably priced, which is an added bonus. This spot provides the perfect place to immerse yourself in London’s vast history whilst enjoying a classic brunch meal.
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For those venturing south of the Thames, then head on down to the popular brunch restaurant called the Breakfast Club. The proof is in the title with this one. Situated in Battersea, the Breakfast Club offer light and fluffy pancakes with crispy bacon and maple syrup, along with variations on the popular eggs benedict dish and an abundance of warm and cold drinks. With outdoor seating on offer, it makes it the perfect place to enjoy your brunch on a sun drenched morning. The Breakfast Club is ideally located close to the Clapham Junction railway station and Clapham Common park if you fancy a stroll later. Make sure you get there early, as you might have to wait in line due to popularity.
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Looking for a more alternative and active brunch. Bounce in Old Street combines ping-pong, pizza and prosecco to create a brunch like no other. Innovative brunch themed pizzas including the popular eggs benedict and eggs florentine options can be enjoyed while listening to the sweet tunes served up by Hoxton Radio DJs and getting involved in the ping-pong fun.
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With an abundance of options for brunch we are sure you won’t be disappointed!
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