Brunch is one of London’s most beloved weekend rituals and where better to brunch than in the heart of Central London? Take the time to revive, imbibe and share the occasion with friends and loved ones. Whether you're looking for spicy baked eggs, avocado on toast, fresh sushi and sashimi or bottomless bubbles, discover a new favourite brunch spot in Regent Street and St James’s. We’re convinced the best places to brunch in London are right here in our neighbourhood – so tuck in.
45 Jermyn Street
Brunch at 45 Jermyn Street is a laid-back affair, offering all the classics and healthy options too for those wanting a lighter start to the day. Spend a lazy morning people-watching before strolling through the boutiques and galleries of St James’s and Piccadilly. To book click here.
Oozing sophistication, and boasting panoramic rooftop views of Regent Street, the free-flowing weekend brunch at aqua kyoto feels like the ultimate indulgence. Enjoy multiple courses of Japanese dishes, served with your choice of bubbles or cocktails. Expect dishes such as the fragrant white miso soup with tofu, fresh sushi and sashimi and yakitori selection (with vegetarian dishes available). Finish with a flourish with its decadent dessert platter. To book click here.
Heddon Street Kitchen
Bustling and friendly, with an outdoor terrace for alfresco dining, Heddon Street Kitchen is the perfect brunch spot to gather with friends and family alike. Gordon Ramsay’s team whip up timeless brunch favourites from poached eggs and smashed avocado on sourdough, organic baked eggs with spicy chorizo and ricotta, to Heddon Street Kitchen’s refined version of the classic English breakfast. Cocktails optional, however the Bloody Mary is an excellent choice. To book click here.
Madera at Treehouse Hotel
The sizzle and spice of Madera's Mexican Weekend Brunch will be back from 12.30pm on Saturday 19th September. Every Saturday and Sunday enjoy a different take on weekend brunch dishes alongside bespoke cocktails and sweeping views across the city. There are also special brunch parties to look out for – tickets sell like hot cakes. To book click here.
Seeking a vegetarian or vegan friendly brunch? The Wolseley has an extensive range of options, with home-made Viennoiserie, classic egg dishes, kedgeree, full English breakfast as well as fruit, yoghurts, cereals and more. With brunch immortalised by restaurant critic AA Gill in his book, ‘Breakfast at The Wolseley’ we agree that “Wherever, whenever breakfast comes, it is a mouthful of stoic optimism”. To book click here.