Who doesn’t love brunch? It’s the perfect excuse to drink booze before noon, eat way more than you’re supposed to, and stay in bed for a couple of extra hours. Going out for brunch on the weekend is definitely a unique culinary experience that should not be missed. We’ve listed the best boozy brunches in London, don’t forget to drink responsibly! (or.. Do forget actually).
If you’re looking for a cute and friendly neighbourhood restaurant, you need to try Hood Streatham. Located on Streatham Hill, this little gem serves modern British food which means that their products are 100% local and seasonal, but they like to spice up their dishes with surprising influences from overseas. Their menus include a number of gluten-free, dairy-free and vegetarian dishes to cater to all kinds of diet. And each first Saturday of the month, they organise their famous bottomless brunch. Prepare your champagne glasses and enjoy!
Tucked away by the river in Chiswick and Barnes, Annie’s Chiswick is the perfect home away from home. They serve a yummy brunch, available every day of the week and featuring granola with yoghurt, banana waffles, eggs cooked in all styles, English muffin, and above all, Annie’s famous Bloody Mary. Pop in for a coffee, romantic meal a deux or a boozy brunch with your friends, anything goes at Annie’s Chiswick!
Cafe during the day and a bar during the night, Louie Louie is doubtless one of London’s best eateries. They serve a brunch full of booze available during the weekends from 9am till 3pm. Don’t forget to book cause they’re usually pretty packed. And if you’re in a party mood during the week, don’t wait for brunch, they serve bottomless afternoon tea every day between 3 and 5pm, YAS. Time Out London named them best brunch spot in town. ResDiary named them best boozy brunches in London! (who cares about Time Out anyway?)
Have a taste of Australia’s finest cuisine at Lantana Cafe, one of the pioneers of the Antipodean artisan cafe scene in London. In addition to excellent coffee, these guys serve a delicious brunch with multicultural influences aaaand a lot of booze. Come for breakfast, brunch, lunch, or anytime in between and enjoy great food in a cool and cosy venue. They’ve got three venues in London, one in Fitzrovia, one in London Bridge, and one in Shoreditch. So choose your location and reserve your seat!
Brewdog tower hill
Located a stone’s throw away from the River Thames in the neo-Gothic Minister building, is Brewdog, one of the best spot for boozy brunch in London. They serve an amazing brunch menu featuring exciting dishes like passion fruit muesli, haystack, fried chicken and waffles, and many other vegetarian and vegan options. But really, the best part is their world-class selection of craft beers from around the globe. If it’s boozy brunch in London you’re looking for, then it doesn’t come better than Brewdog.