Brunch is an all-time staple for anyone who’s a food fan. Whether you go early in the morning or late, you’re bound to find something that’ll get you up and ready for the rest of the day. These are some of our favourite finds from around the capital.
Noak Bakehouse & Brew
These guys do the staple brunch menu, including things such as poached eggs and avocado on toast. But they also offer a build your own breakfast plate where you can choose what you want for each food group (dairy, protein, veg, etc.). Customise your breakfast to perfection!
Noak Bakehouse can be found at 209-211 Mantle Road, SE4
Arlo & Moe
This cafe can be found in Crofton Park and they do a very interesting take on toast, which they call ‘Sexy Toast’. They offer some very luxurious toppings such as mashed avocado and feta, scrambled eggs with chorizo, or cream cheese, honey and cinnamon (for the sweet-toothed). Or, if you want something more British… oped for Baked Beans.
You can find Arlo & Moe at 60 Springbank Road, SE13
This Turkish restaurant is known for its delicious food, but it also offers a brunch option. On Sundays you can order a brunch for two people which comes with house bread, borek, olives, sausage, and more. You can also get some Turkish coffee with it too, which is always great.
You can find Oklava at 74 Luke Street, EC2A
Another Turkish restaurant located in Fulham, Best Mangal offers a great brunch option on Sundays in the form of a buffet. Paying per person, you have the option to try a variety of Turkish delicacies such as suck, borek, hummus, olives, and more.
You can find Best Mangal at 104 North End Road, W14
The Greek Larder
The Greek Larder is a modern, bright space in the bustle of King’s Cross. The ‘full Greek’ breakfast is an absolute hit as well, which includes Greek elephant beans and homemade pork sausages. What’s more they also use a lot of yoghurt, honey, pastries, and eggs – which is perfect for a good brunch!
You can find The Greek Larder at 1 York Way, N1C