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Best London Brunch Spots

By Bianca Lambert

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We couldn’t let you take your next trip to London without giving you a few recommendations on where you can break out your newest pair of brunch boots. With London being one of the most culturally diverse cities in the world, you can find new favorites that will broaden your palate or stick to food that you’re used to.

Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings

If you love a bottomless brunch, then this is your spot. With a menu that has drop scones with crisp bacon and maple syrup and huevos benedictos — you’ll have yummy eats to help soak up your champagne.

26 Grains

Looking for a healthy, yet filing brunch option? Try this Neal’s Yard eatery’s take on traditional British porridge. This spot serves oats cooked in coconut, cashew, and almond that can be topped with foods like cacao nibs with banana, or if you’re looking for a more savory option san the porridge, try the lamb shoulder with chicory and beetroot.

Dishoom

All we needed to see on the menu was the bacon naan roll to add this Indian inspired cafe to our list. If bacon isn’t your thing, they offer date and banana porridge, house-made granola, and naan roll options with just eggs. With over 5,300 reviews, we think its best if you plan ahead and make a reservation.

Honey & Co

Located in Fitzrovia, this Israeli-run cafe is known for its green Shakshuka and pastry window. Be sure to make a reservation as the cafe is very small and very popular.

Merchant’s Tavern

Located in Shoreditch, this tavern serves up traditional breakfast favorites like porridge, pancakes, and poached eggs all inspired by the seasons. The ambiance and all-day bar will make you feel so cozy, you might want to settle in.

Granger & Co

At this Notting Hill restaurant, you can have the best of both worlds by having a green juice with a side of their “not to be missed” ricotta hotcakes served with banana and honeycomb butter.

Lantana

If you’re a vegan, this brunch spot has a Green & Gold Vegan Super Bowl with sweet potato, avocado, turmeric mixed seeds, cauliflower quinoa ‘rice,’ toasted cashews, and fresh spinach topped with vegan cashew mayo just for you!

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