Brunch in London is more popular than ever and thanks to this ‘inbetweeny’ meal you can barely walk out into the city without stumbling across an avocado inspired dish or discovering the waft of waffles in the air. With so many options out there,
here’s London’s best brunch spots for when cornflakes just won’t cut it.
If you’re into bits of meat and veg covering soft tortillas and you don’t mind creating a mess, say hola to Soho’s taco specialist, Corazon. The stylish, highly
honored Mexican eatery is sure to create a fiesta in your mouth. From baja fish to orange-and-soy-marinated hanger steak tacos, you’ll be leaving with your belly filled and wallet surprisingly unscathed.
From the modest sausage sandwich to the
extravagant , The Wolseley has something for everyone. Adored for its all-day menu, the ‘café’ restaurant combines London culture and Viennese opulence and has been host to the likes of The Beckhams, Emma Watson and Kate Moss. If it wasn't already, definitely add caviar omelette this your visit checklist. one onto
For a taste of the Levant in London town, chow down at Nopi. The upmarket sit-down restaurant provides you with delicious cuisine,
slick service and a vibrant atmosphere. The inventive dishes have a firm foundation within the Middle East and will take you on daring taste ventures into the Mediterranean and Asia.
One of London’s most magnificently extravagant dining rooms, Berners Tavern follows a more is more attitude, which continues to be enhanced through the food. Serving up fresh imaginative cuisine like saffron and prawn tagliatelle and skilfully fashioned forms of common dishes like mac and cheese, the lavish eatery caters for all.
Serving up a range of journeying dishes from crispy salt and pepper squid with lime aioli to ceviche salmon with grapefruit, avocado and sesame seeds, this little gem is definitely one to hit up. Portions are plentiful (especially the puddings) and their talent to cover more countries and food trends than most of us will discover in a
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This little Greek spot is great for appreciating the more sophisticated Hellenistic desires. Pimping out tradition dishes practically past identification such as the ‘Taramas Cream’, more commonly know as taramasalata, couldn't have been further away from the hot pink supermarket tubs but is definitely an inspirational twist to Greek dining in the city.
This is without a doubt the place you’d pick to impress your friends who come to visit from out of town because who doesn't love a name drop? From superbly seared scallops to mouthwatering slow roasted lamb shoulder, the laid back all-day dining menu is an all round winner.
If you’re after five star treatment then look no further. The Delaunay offers everything from homemade mueslis to lobster rolls. The restaurant’s European vibe allows them to continuously move forward in style and theme, meaning outdated is not a thing at this remarkable little eatery.
The queen of the London restaurant scene, this Peruvian
hotspot has it all. The menu is filled with lip-smacking luxuries such as crispy duck leg and wild Cornish sea bass ceviche to almond cotta with passion fruit and fragrant homemade cinnamon ice cream with toasted, flaked almonds. milk pana