Inspired by Berkeley Group’s recent ‘Around the World Before Brunch’ article, we have created our own guide to brunch options from around the world which you can explore in London.
If your taste buds are looking to experience something new, you can find plenty of variety in the city. Check out our top six places to eat out in London, for brunch that will provide you with the right start to the day…
Hoppers offer a tasty insight into South Asian cuisine and culture with their Sri Lankan inspired menu. The restaurant includes traditional South Asian dishes such as their famous dish of fermented batter pancakes in a bowl-like shape made from rice flour, coconut milk and served with fried eggs, available on the menu all day long.
For a real taste of Nordic cuisine, this restaurant is the place to visit. Executive chef Henrik Ritzen adds a contemporary twist to this cuisine and celebrates traditional Nordic seafood, meat dishes, the art of pastry and breadmaking. For brunch, Aquavit London present a traditional breakfast dish which is called Raggmunk (a Swedish crispy potato pancake) with their famous lingonberries and crispy bacon. Or for the more adventurous eaters, why not try the Smoked Eel Benedict on the menu.
Fancy a classy and sophisticated touch to your brunch? Well, Avenue restaurant located near to St James park provides just that, serving up “New York soul & a modern American menu”. Brunch includes options for a bottomless prosecco or Bloody Marys brunch on a weekend, try out their amazing dishes including traditional classics of Eggs Benedict and Eggs Royale, to more unique dishes like ‘Truffle Mac & Cheese’.
Need something exciting and vibrant to wake you up in the morning? Then take a trip to Camino and experience their Spanish take on breakfast in the heart of London. Camino brings a warmth to London and between 9am and 11:30am you can enjoy dishes such as; a traditional Tortilla de Patata (potato and eggs), the ‘Full Spanish’ with the key ingredient – chorizo of course, or a Spanish omelette.
This restaurant in the heart of Marylebone village serves food inspired by many flavours, with influences coming from Africa, the Middle East, Britain and Asia. The brunch menu includes dishes such as; cornbread, spicy creamed corn, and fried egg with jalapeno relish, and you can order delightful sweet options such as Pina Colada pancakes.
Eneko is certainly a unique restaurant to experience, introducing a different flavour and cuisine from the Basque country, Euskal Herria. Located within one of London’s five-star hotels, One Aldwych in Covent Garden, Eneko offers quirky but traditional Basque food which is helping to put Basque on the map in London. At the weekend you can enjoy their unique brunch menu which is definitely designed for the more adventurous diners out there.