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Brunch is a combination of breakfast and lunch eaten usually during the late morning to early afternoon, generally served from 10am up to 2pm, and regularly has some form of alcoholic drink (most usually champagne or a cocktail) served with it. The word is a portmanteau of breakfast and lunch. Brunch originated in England in the late 19th century…
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BRUNCH BEFORE BAE
Start your weekend right with this epic list of the best brunches in London, from waffles and pancakes to fry-ups and eggs every which way. Brunch in London is bigger than ever. You can barely set foot out your front door at the weekend without stumbling across a steaming pan of shakshuka or finding the waft of waffles in the air.
BRUNCH HOT SPOTS WE RECOMMEND
What you eat at Caravan will depend on how virtuous or gluttonous you’re feeling. Fresh fruits and almond milk overnight oats rub shoulders with eggs, spreads or smashed avocado with soy pumpkin seeds. Then there’s a kimchi and pork belly pancake the Caravan fry up or, for those with a sweet-tooth, a stack of buttermilk vanilla hotcakes with date butter and maple syrup.
Peter Gordon’s The Providores and Tapa Room (the former is a formal dining room found upstairs, the latter a bustling street level cafe) deals in bright, exotic flavours. Think grilled chorizo with a sweet potato and miso hash, topped with a soft boiled egg, garlic labneh and star anise cashew nut praline.
THE MODERN PANTRY
Diverse and international influences abound in Anna Hansen’s cooking, and the dishes at her two branches of The Modern Pantry zing all the more brightly for it. Try the sweetcorn, feta and spring onion waffles with maple syrup , or opt for grilled cornbread with chorizo, fried eggs, charred sweetcorn, avocado and red pepper salsa.
THE GOOD EGG
The array of brightly flavoured dishes at these Middle Eastern-influenced restaurants – one decidedly central in Soho and one way up north in Stoke Newington – are sure to spark up a morning. The offering includes pitas, challahs and bagels for dipping in labneh, golden beetroot hummus and more.
THE SPREAD EAGLE
London’s first 100 per cent vegan pub, the Spread Eagle, is a gem of a venue in Homerton, serving food by Club Mexicana in comfy surroundings. The pub puts on a particularly strong brunch menu over the weekend.
DEAN STREET TOWNHOUSE
With its discrete booths and velvet armchairs, Dean Street Townhouse boasts one of the cosiest dining rooms in London. You feel like you could stay there all day – and with an all day breakfast menu that goes on until 1am on Saturday and 11am on Sunday, it’s a very tempting prospect.
BERBER & Q
Berber & Q fans will be pleased to know that the slow-cooked, seductively spiced meats, tasty dips and fluffy breads of the main menu are enthusiastically involved in brunch. The Mangal Breakfast features lamb bacon chops, pork merguez, chicken livers and roasted bone marrow, while a less meat-driven red shakshuka is piquant from an abundance of roasted red peppers.
Come the weekend, the cavernous space of Angela Hartnett’s Shoreditch restaurant makes the perfect spot to revive yourself – it is, after all, housed in a former apothecary. A concise menu goes beyond the standard smashed avocado, and offers salmon gravalax with dill crème fraîche and wheaten, as well as a mushroom and spinach frittata.
GRANGER & CO
Queues out the door at all Granger & Co’s restaurants can be seen of a brunch time, as Londoners flock to try Bill Granger’s bright and breezy dishes – he is, after all, the man credited with the avocado toast gobsmacking popularity.