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London's Best 8 Weekend Brunch Spots to Try Now

London's Best 8 Weekend Brunch Spots to Try Now

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    Oct 24, 2016   Author : admin


Brunch is pretty much the best meal of the weekend. Not only does it justify (and allow us) to sip a cocktail or two before 12PM but it's given us something to look forward to every morning. We've gathered a list of our favourite cafes, restaurants and brasseries in London for that savoury weekend brunch you can't resist:


Flesh & Buns

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The best thing about Flesh & Buns? They're unlimited everything on Sundays. You get free cocktail and chips upon arrival for a minimum of £39 or £46 per person. We can't wait to taste the Sirloin Steak with BBQ Sauce and Crispy Duck Leg with Sour Plum Soy. Yum! Flesh & Buns, 41 Earlham St, London WC2H 9LX, United Kingdom


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Kopapa is the perfect location for brunch as they have varied and interesting set of menu that will definitely tempt your tastebuds. We're excited to have a bite of their West Country beef burger and Pulled-beef brisket open sandwich. Kopapa, 32-34 Monmouth St, London WC2H 9HA, United Kingdom



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North Audley Cantine or NAC is a French bistro that's quiant and ideal for a weekend brunch. We recommend you order their signature dish which is the Truffle Burger with Mature Cheddar and Truffle Mayo for a tasty starter meal. NAC, 41 N Audley St, London W1K 6ZP, United Kingdom


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Brunch at HIX will give you an air of luxury and sophistication as the hotel-restaurant is brimming with iconic modern art with exceptional traditional English breakfast and lunch. We suggest you order the Soft-Boiled Braddock Duck Egg and Soldiers dish for a delightful meal that will satisfy. HIX Mayfair, Brown's Hotel, 33 Albemarle St, London W1S 4BP, United Kingdom


Granger & Co.

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Owned and managed by television cooking host Bill Granger, his namesake restaurant Granger & Co. is going to be your favourite go-to brunch-scapade; it's spacious, bright with big window and amazing views. Make sure you order their signature dish of Ricotta Hotcakes with Banana and Honeycomb Butter. Granger & Co., 175 Westbourne Grove, London W11 2SB, United Kingdom

The Lockhart

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This airy split-level restaurant known for its steaks and enchiladas is headed by Chef Brad McDonald... you'll know it's worth the visit. Menu highlights include fat strips of candied bacon with eggs and thick-cut toast for your brunch satisfaction. The Lockhart, 22-24 Seymour Pl, London W1H 7NL, United Kingdom


The Delaunay

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Breakfast at The Delaunay brasserie is going to kick start your mornings every weekend. They have a spectacularly delicious set of menu on display such as pains au chocolat and muffins so get ready to dig in your cravings. Their breakfast and lunch standards won't disappoint. The Delaunay, 55 Aldwych, London WC2B 4BB, United Kingdom

Leila's Shop

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Make your mornings extra special by heading to Leila's Shop for a heavenly take on eggs served with sage or crisp-fried Serrano ham. This rustic cafe features simple dishes that are as mouth-watering as its high-end counterparts; truly a hidden gem in London! Leila's Shop, 15-17 Calvert Ave, London E2 7JP, United Kingdom



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