The Ultimate 2016 London Brunch Guide

The Ultimate 2016 London Brunch Guide

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Brunch is the weekend's saving grace. From boozy to vegan, dim sum to Mediterranean, these are the best weekend brunch spots in London to satisfy nearly every craving in the book.

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    Since they don’t take reservations, turn up early to avoid long waits. The kitchen is manned by celeb Kiwi chef Peter Gordon, who brings in plenty of potent and delectable Pacific influences. -- ThePurplePassport.com via Foursquare
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    Nude now roast and sell their beans here. Staffed by knowledgeable folks, visit to talk about all things coffee. -- Jonathan Choo via Foursquare
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    Open in the evenings - great little tapas plates, small selection of wines,a local beer on tap - cosy and warm ambiance. Great way to spend an evening! -- tracey delaney via Foursquare
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    The cheese platter is perfect for sharing - I advise against sharing the goats cheese & mushroom tart (too good to share) -- Nadine Mansour via Foursquare
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    It's really easy to while away the hours on a Saturday or Sunday afternoon here. Great people watching. Note: they stop serving food between 5-6pm - it's just coffee/drinks/desserts. -- Bindi Karia via Foursquare
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    The shakes: Bramble Cream, Chocolate Roses and Liquid Toblerone. In the Bramble Cream they use Beefeater gin, lemon juice, vanilla ice cream, milk and Crème de Mure. -- Evening Standard via Foursquare
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    Bored of the usual Sunday roasts? Then break the tradition with a Chinese dim sum. This Sunday lunch tradition of Cantonese families is a way for Chinese chefs to show off their prowess. -- Time Out London via Foursquare
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    Missed breakfast? Never fear, the Breakfast Club - as it's name suggests - won't let you down, because "it's always breakfast-time somewhere in the world" -- The Guardian via Foursquare
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    Built in 1924, this was once the biggest garage in Europe, with separate lounges for owners, ladies and chauffeurs. It became a Sir Terence Conran restaurant in 1997. -- HISTORY UK via Foursquare
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    Arguably the best breakfast spot in town. Go all out for chef Bill Granger’s famous ricotta hotcakes, topped with sticky, molten chunks of honeycomb butter. tandl.me/sfglu9 -- Travel + Leisure via Foursquare
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    A bastion of London loveliness and brunch brilliance since 2003, it has been the backdrop for many a hedge fund lunch gone on five hours too long. -- AskMen via Foursquare
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    Worth travelling across London for a Sunday morning breakfast, grab a paper on the way, sit outside, have your scrambles eggs on toast, watch the ducks. Enjoy. -- Richard Shaw via Foursquare
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