Getting together with the ladies? Absolutely London has selected the best restaurants for a girls’ brunch, from boozy bottomless feasts to gorgeous rooftop eateries
The gorgeous Seabird restaurant (main image) at the Hoxton hotel is perfect for a girls’ brunch thanks to its Instagrammable rooftop location and delicious food and drink offering. Their weekend brunch menu includes Spanish-inspired plates such as octopus roll, crab claw omelette, and patatas palhas.
W/A at 100 Queen’s Gate Hotel London is the place to go for a classy affair. W/A’s new menu includes brunch classics including eggs with smoked salmon, oat porridge with caramelised brown sugar, and a traditional English breakfast.
14 Overlooking London’s skyline, the picturesque botanical-themed restaurant has a live DJ and whilst guests munch on brunch favourites including Chicken & Egg, Forestiére and Sweet French Toast. To carry on the party, you and the girls can sip cocktails at the stylish sky bar whilst a resident DJ plays until late.
Treehouse London’s restaurant Madera has a Cali-Mexican inspired weekend brunch featuring breakfast enchiladas, margaritas and a vegan churros trolley. With sweeping views across London, you may well find yourself staying until sundown, when the party vibes turn up.
Golden Square restaurant and bar Folie’s brunch menu brings a taste of the Riviera to sleepy Londoners. Available on both weekends and weekdays, Head Chef Tomasz Michalski sources and champions seasonal ingredients from small-scale UK farmers, with fish from day boats in Cornwall and Devon, England’s own Riviera, together with artisanal producers from France and Italy.
A glamorous destination for brunch, The Parlour at Sketch has boudoir-inspired decor worth getting dressed up for. The breakfast menu has something to please everyone – from an acai bowl to tempura eggs. And if you find yourself chatting until cocktail hour, you’re in the right place.
Berners Tavern at the London Edition Hotel has Michelin-Starred chef Janson Atherton at the helm. The Fitzrovia hot spot has award-winning decor (think high ceilings and dazzling chandeliers) and serves up a menu of contemporary British cuisine. Brunch favourites include crushed avocado with poached eggs on Borough Market sourdough bread and brioche french toast.
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