Best Brunch in London
Breakfast in London is never a dull affair but where does London estate agent, Greater London Properties consider to be the very best brunch in London . The choice of places for a midday meal is vast and the variety is really something else. Here is look at some of the best places to brunch in the our great city.
If you’re looking at properties to rent in Soho, your weekend brunches are easily sorted. Our pick – Kettner’s Townhouse – is a 4-minute walk from Leicester Square tube station and housed in a 19th century building. A shabby chic look and friendly staff make you feel welcome. The sumptuous Sunday brunch menu includes Hispi cabbage with almonds and lentils, steak hache with bacon relish, blue cheese and fries, and chicken liver parfait, cornichons, toast.
Located in the heart of Soho, Shackfuyu started life as a pop-up and became a permanent establishment after the roaring success of its Japanese Yoshoku cuisine influenced by Western cooking styles. Brunch here is a proper three-course affair, where you can order two small plates and one main. You must try the Korean fried chicken wings with gochujang sauce, smoked bacon and sesame maple butter on green tea waffles, stone rice with mushroom, bacon, egg and cheese, and stonebass with guajillo chilli ponzu.
At upscale Covent Garden, you can enjoy a taste of Indian street food in the vintage styled Dishoom. If you’re looking at properties to buy in Covent Garden, a stopover at Dishoom is highly recommended. Your brunch meal should definitely include the famous bacon naan incorporating sweet bacon, cheese and chilli jam in a naan roll. It is exactly the kind of London classic with an Indian twist that will add a spring to you step and if you’re hungover for some reason – help refresh you! If you want a non-alcoholic drink to cool your stomach, order the lassi with oats, banana and mango.
For one of the very best brunch in London, head to the Australian-run café off Goodge Street which serves superb coffee to help you get past your hangover and relish one of the capitals most popular menus. The Big Bubble with Cumberland sausage, black pudding, spinach eggs and muhammara is spot on. Corn Fritters, a delightful combo of streaked bacon, spinach, roast tomatoes, avocado and lemon crème fraiche is exceptional. If you’re in the mood for dessert or something sweet, we suggest the thick and delicious smoothies, and the assortment of cakes on the counter.
Hopefully this answers your question ‘Where is the best brunch in London’. For more local knowledge call our estate agent London, Greater London Properties on 0207 734 4062, we specialising in Sales, Lettings and Property Management.