Top 5 Brunch Spots in London

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Do you hate waking up early each day but love to eat the tastiest meals during your late morning routines? Then, brunch was created just for you.

Brunch is not a meal to rush as you struggle to prepare for work. It is a meal to linger over, to savor, and enjoy. Brunch might be the best meal of any day, but the difficulty of finding great brunch spots can be surprising. To help you experience the best lazy weekend meals in London, we have put together the top 5 brunch spots. No more utter confusion and having to settle for less. These London restaurants below have a reputation for bringing your ‘brunch’ dreams to life.

Caravan

Caravan London

If you are up for signature meals in a laid back environment, Caravan is your best bet. This brunch spot is open across London on Saturdays and Sundays from 9 am to 4 pm. It serves the gluttonous with fresh fruits, almond milk, eggs, oats, avocado, soy pumpkin seeds, and hotcakes. Caravan is popular for roasting its own coffee, so a cup of your chosen coffee is always available to finish off a hearty meal.

Brunch in London

The Modern Pantry

A large group looking for places to eat in London will be most satisfied with The Modern Pantry. This brunch spot in Farringdon offers a group menu with long tables to sit everyone in your group of brunch lovers. Be sure to try the famous sugar-cured prawn omelet with smoked chili sambal, spring onion, and coriander. There is also a lively menu of grains, fruits, and seeds. The Modern Pantry is open on Saturdays and Sundays from 9 am to 4 pm.

Like a culinary Cinderella, her story is one of (dish)rags to riches, but The Modern Pantry's Anna Hansen is no food snob, in fact, she opened a take-away at Harrods Food Hall for February 2013. The tempting menu included braised pig cheeks and plaintain fritters, butternut squash stuffed with couscous and dates for starters, followed by salmon with a macadameia liquorice black garlic crust or roast lamb with cumin, thyme and lemon. Delicious desserts included Earl Grey pannacotta and chocolate sour cherry and rosewater brownies.

 

Jikoni

Jikoni is located in Marylebone offering global cuisine by Chef Ravinder Bhogal. The brunch menu of this London restaurant is complete with his clever and multicultural dishes. There are several brunch signature dishes to choose from but if you can’t make a choice be sure to try tamarind and waffle glazed bacon on fenugreek waffles with fennel slaw, spicy fish-cake, poached egg, and curry hollandaise. There’s also the prawn toast scotch egg served with banana ketchup and pickled cucumber.

Kaia at the Ned

Kaia at the Ned

Kaia at the Ned is one of the best restaurants in the city. It offers brunch lovers a colorful feast steeped in glamor. It’s an all you can eat Asian-Pacific dish buffet. Our best advice is to order all the sushi and don’t miss out on the Japanese pancakes. The weekend is the best time to enjoy delectable party dishes at Kaia at the Ned.

The Good Egg

Do you have a special place in your heart for brightly flavored dishes? Then head over to The Good Egg for large plates of middle-Eastern dishes. You can tell eggs will be a big deal at this brunch restaurant and it is ingeniously used in several dishes. Be sure to try Spicy Bloody-Marys, mimosas, egg, and cheese bagel. The Good Egg is open all week long for a true brunch experience.

 

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