Brunch is the ultimate weekend indulgence. Combining breakfast and lunch, and getting to sleep in on top of it?! Here’s our list of unique and sensational brunches around London!
1. Bellini Brunch at M Victoria, Victoria
Toast the weekend, with bottomless Bellinis and a two-course brunch at M Victoria. An award-winning favourite amongst Londoners, and fashionable diners, M Victoria is the M brand’s second instalment; delivering world-class food in a contemporary setting. There is no better way to bring in the weekend! Try dishes such as ‘Avocado & Slow Cooked Egg; Créme Fraîche, Feta, Rye Bread’ and ‘Buttermilk Fried Chicken with Waffles, Maple Butter, Maple Syrup’.
2. Bottomless Champagne Brunch At Asia De Cuba, Covent Garden
Brunch at Asia De Cuba serves up a fusion of chino-latino cuisine. The menu includes not only bottomless Perrier-Jouet Brut champagne, a selection of cocktails, a variety of small plates and one main course from the a la carte menu, but in addition you will indulge on an unlimited supply of caramel or thai chili chocolate Mexican doughnuts! YUM!
3. ROKA, Canary Wharf/Aldwych
ROKA’s weekend brunch is influenced by fine Japanese cuisine. Located in both Canary Wharf and Aldwych, unlike typical brunch fare where you find eggs and pancakes, at ROKA you’ll taste savoury Japanese dishes. With the koten brunch at £49 per person, you will enjoy the choice of: bellini on arrival or bloody mary, green tea and passion fruit iced tea, starters from the counter, and one selection from the robata or kitchen.
4. Duck & Waffle, City of London
Duck & Waffle is a high rise, 24/7 restaurant with a stunning view of the city. Along with the unbeatable atmosphere, you’ll find one of the most exciting brunch menus in London. You can enjoy brunch from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM on Saturdays and Sundays. You won’t want for options, as the menu has plenty including brunch cocktails, snacks, eggs, Belgian waffles, savoury entrees, meals for the table, and of course sweet treats!
5. Yauatcha, City of London
Enjoying brunch at Yauatcha, you will be immersed in a harmonious atmosphere, central for feng shui. Yauatcha’s unique brunch, “Supreme Saturday,” is served from 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM. Unlike a traditional brunch, Yauatcha serves up a savoury array of options like their famous dim sim, dumplings, spring rolls, and meat and fish dishes. You might say Yauatcha is the hipster of brunch spots. They stray away from the typical brunch cocktails like bellinis and bloody marys, and instead serve the choice of a lychee ginger collins, a lychee martini, and a negroni pre-lunch, and a manhattan, gaelic kafei, or chuntian for post-lunch drinks.
6. Lima Floral, Covent Garden/ Fitzrovia
Lima Floral offers a weekend brunch in pure Peruvian fashion. Perhaps go with “The Andean Brunch,” featuring dishes like “Maca Root Pancakes,” and “Alfajores Dulce De Leche.” Or enjoy the all-day lunch menu which includes starters, main course, and sides. When it comes to pitchers and punches, it is fun to get creative, especially when you come with a big group. There are four different types of punch that can be ordered for the table. The choices include “Pico Punch Clasico”, “Chicha Morada,” “Verde,” and “Sangriento.”