We love brunch, which is why we set our Marylebone estate agent, London the task of finding the best brunch in Marylebone. If you want to move to the area, then it is absolutely imperative that we have you covered with everything, including a list of great restaurants serving brunch. So if you want to enjoy brunch the right way, read on and maybe add some of these suggestions to your own list of places to try.
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The Monocle Café
We kickstart our list with The Monocle Café on 18 Chiltern St. With a theme based on Monocle Magazine, this lovely café has an air of sophistication and a classic décor. Try the Japanese breakfast or the shrimp katsu sandwich for a Scandinavian touch. For the more health-conscious, there are the Lingonberry chia pot and Bircher muesli. With your own pick of teas and coffees, all you need to do is sit back and enjoy a great meal with your friends.
The Ivy Café
If you’d like to go all out with a stylish brunch, visit the Ivy Café at 96 Marylebone Lane. From Shepheard’s Pie to Kale chips and a truffle chicken sandwich, you can find it all here. The ambiance is pure luxury with framed pictures, posh tiles on the floor, and silverware that gives you an all-so-important feel. The Ivy Café is part of the Ivy Collection and does not let its reputation down. You can choose the healthy menu or just settle for good ol’ comfort food.
We don’t just love the name Coco Momo but adore everything about this pub that serves brunch. It is pocket friendly and has a great beer selection, and the food is really worth your time. Coco Momo, situated on 79 Marylebone High Street, serves up a classic brunch menu with all your favourites on there. From eggs Benedict to expresso martinis, you can go all out and have your fill. And if you’re in the mood for a Vanilla, hazelnut, chia latte, we say go for it – the world is your brunch buffet.
The Daylesford Farmshop
Located at 6-8 Blandford Street, The Daylesford Farmshop uses fresh and organic ingredients sourced from the Daylesford farm, Cotswolds. The best way to start the day is with a guilt-free brunch at this bright airy café. The homemade nut granola and the fresh cold-pressed juices are a favourite with their health-conscious regulars, and our Marylebone estate agent, London thought they were really good too. Also, when you eat here, you’re contributing to sustainable farming methods and free trade, so you can feel good knowing that you’re making a difference.
77/78 Marylebone High Street houses the healthy brunch spot Natural Kitchen. As the name suggests, the place uses natural ingredients and every dish and smoothie is bursting with the goodness of fresh produce. You get your choice of eggs, fresh juices, gluten-free and non-dairy options, and our all-time favourite, avocado on toast. Organic tea, 100% Arabica coffee, and smoothies that cleanse and refresh are all part of the experience here at Natural Kitchen.
At 50 Marylebone High Street, you will find Fischer’s. The café is Venetian-inspired and the Austrian pancakes with apricot and brandy jam are a must-try. Enter this lovely café from the Corbin and King group and get transported to Vienna, where you can sample some traditional dishes. Try the Classic Bacon Gröstl with Fried Egg if you’re in the mood for a classic Austrian fry-up.
Clarette, on 44 Blandford Street, is an upmarket wine bar which does a rather nice brunch. For 50 Quid, you can get five-sharing small plates for two and two glasses of Champaign on Sundays. You can have bread with house churned butter or a sharing plate of Crab Benedict and Dill Hollandaise. If you’re not in the mood for Champaign, you can always choose a Mimosa or Bellini’s to go with your Sunday brunch.
Boxcar Baker & Deli
At 7a Wyndham Place sits Boxcar Baker & Deli. Here, you’ll find a simple but satisfying menu of baked delights and refreshing smoothie bowls. Try the artisan bread and pastries for a real taste of goodness and fresh British produce. You can enjoy a laid-back morning with sausage rolls, pies, and quiches, all homemade and delicious. The weekend brunch menu that’s available till 3pm also serves a vegan coconut porridge and wholemeal, spelt pancakes.
Brunch is one of those meals that you plan with friends and you get excited about simply because you have so many food options. You wouldn’t normally have a cocktail with your breakfast, but brunch gives you a free pass. Our Marylebone estate agent, London took a good couple of weeks to sample all the brunch places around, and we hope you like the ones we chose to feature here.
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