Did you wake up not in so good mood because a boogeyman was tossing and and grunting under your bed? Or it was coming late for the bus that put you in a bad mood? There is a thing that will fix this - tasty brunch. How can one be cheerful without having tasted something delicious? Especially, without having afternoon tea!
London brunch that will make you happy
Late London brunch
If you are not an early bird and prefer to stay late in the bad, head over to have brunch at Bad Egg. Its weekend brunch is available until 7pm on Saturdays and 5pm on Sundays. Choose from refind range of Tex-Mex options including breakfast tacos and cheeseburger hash, as well as varieties ofcocktails.
The Breakfast Club
You don’t need to wait for the weekend to enjoy brunch in London. You can enjoy it every day at The Breakfast Club. Whether you crave for full English-style fry-up, fluffy pancakes or avocado on rye bread, the choices are incredible at this London establishment. And all that is available until 5pm each day.
Indulge yourself in the adult ball pit, before you take a look into BallieBallerson. You can enjoy two hours of rivers of prosecco, punch and spaghetti meatballs at one of the two daily sessions. The later of these sessions start at 3pm on Saturdays and 4pm on Sundays, so you will have enough time to get ready.
CERU South Kensington
Make a feast for your stomach at CERU South Kensington. This modern London place serves up a wide choice of brunch favourites such as shakshuka, alongside hand-pressed juices, homemade lemonade and Bloody Marys. You get all of that until 5pm on Saturdays and Sundays.
Alternative London brunches
Berber & Q
Berber & Q is inspired by Middle Eastern and African motifs when making brunch. You can order a full Israeli brunch. But be careful - it really is huge, so either you should share or come here very hungry. It can be a real feast for vegetarian: honeyed feta, hummus, pumpkin chirchi, avocado and more. Or, you can have amazing meaty mangal (Arabic barbecue) breakfast.
Le Méridien Piccadilly
Pamper yourself with afternoon tea with a brunch at Le Méridien Piccadilly. Also, do not refuse to tasting dishes B 'n T: Brunch Afternoon Tea, which includes not only tea itself, but also muffins of smoked salmon, mini-full English and chocolate eggs and jugs. And it all goes perfectly with cocktails based on Earl Gray.
The Modern Pantry
The philosophy of this establishment is based on a combination of everyday cooking with modern ingredients. Taste traditional dishes on the brunch or choose something unusual, for example, sugar-cured prawn omelette with chilli sambal or dhansak-spiced veal mince toast with a deep-fried egg, saffron and yoghurt.
Full of native Peruvian ingredients, this establishment has a goal of bringing South American cuisine to the UK by combining traditional recipes with Great British products. Enjoy your poached eggs with a side of spicy potato puree, spinach, mushrooms and Huancaina sauce if you order the Huevos Q’apachana.
For the Mediterranean zest on the brunch, go to Eneko, where the brunch based on the Basque recipes is something that must be ordered at least once. Just think - slowly cooked meat and warm Spanish spice mixes. There is a brunch of three or five course to choose, and also do not forget to try the traditional talo (corn tortillas), oxtail on milk bread and Txuleta (Basque-style prime rib of beef).
Bottomless brunch in London
Live DJs, endless bubbles and Franco-Scandinavian cuisine - all this you can find every Saturday in Aster in Victoria. Try both sides of this two-national cuisine, starting with herring caviar on potato blinis, followed by confit duck leg and crème brûlée.
Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings
When one drink is not enough, do not limit yourself to this pleasure. In an unusual abandoned club, which is Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings, you can treat yourself to a variety of cocktails. Choose between bottomless bellinis with weekly fresh fruit mixes, or endless Bloody Marys based on gin or vodka to choose. Baked avocado with runny eggs is the perfect supplement to your cocktails.
The Landmark London
If your stomach from the very early morning reminds you of its existence, it is time to eat something satisfying and tasty. This can be done at the 5-star hotel The Landmark London. A Sunday breakfast with champagne consists of baking with jam, fresh seafood, charcuterie. And you guessed it right – there will be as much champagne as you want.
The Brunch in Bunga Bunga is not quite a typical weekend brunch. Brunch consists of three dishes and two hours of endless bellinis. And it attracts the crowd, dancing to live music and eventually, storming scene of karaoke. The Sunday version La Famiglia with the same endless bellini is only a little calmer.