Vogue recommends best brunch in London
Described as ‘arguably the most luxurious meal of the week’, and ‘allowed to last anything from two to four hours’, brunch is celebrated in this piece in Vogue.
What’s more, it rounds up sixteen excellent brunch joints across London.
From Exmouth Market Grind, to the Chiltern Firehouse in Marylebone; from Brother Marcus (in Angel or Balham), to Andina’s brunch with ‘Peruvian twists’, there’s somewhere for everyone, wherever you’re located – and feeling peckish – in the capital.
Maybe The Wolseley is your cup of (Sunday-mid-morning) tea; or Fucina, if you like all-things Italian? The Bistrotheque, says Vogue, will serve ‘Live music while you eat’. Or Jikoni, in Marylebone Village, offers ‘Global cuisine’.
Parlour, according to Vogue, promises a ‘vibrant take on the brunch classics and a relaxed garden space’. Or maybe 34 Mayfair appeals – with its ‘Kate Moss champagne coups’?
The Modern Pantry in Clerkenwell has ‘a delicious group menu’. And Olympic Studios, suggests Vogue, serves up brunch for celebrities.
Ottolenghi is recommended for ‘Everything’! And Caravan for signature alternatives. COYA Mayfair and Sea Containers (‘boozy milkshakes’) draw the whole sumptuous list to a close.
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