London’s Best Quirky Brunch Spots

You might have fried, poached, scrambled or hard-boiled your eggs – but there is only so much variety you can get from your full English breakfast, so when you yearn for that meal with a difference with some originality, check out our top quirky brunch spots below.

London Riviera 

Could you ask for more than 2.5 hours of bottomless sangria, bloody mary’s and prosecco bellini’s? Well yes, for £40, you also get unusual offerings such as grilled merguez sausages with wilted spinach and spiced red pepper pastry with baked hen’s egg and zataar coupled with stupendous views of Tower Bridge. You can catch this pop up until the end of October, but you just need to pray for sunny weather before you go as the whole venue is outdoors.

Bottomless Brunch at London Riviera (1)






Blue Elephant 

If you are looking for a bargain then Sunday brunch at the Blue Elephant must be top of your list. For only £30, you get a lavish buffet that caters for seafood and curry fans as well as vegetarians. It also includes exotic fruits which are flown in weekly direct from Thailand. There is face painting for the children and gorgeous views of the Thames making this an ideal affair for the whole family. BOOK NOW








Aqua Kyoto 

Whoever came up with the name Infinity brunch deserves an award. It is a particularly apt name considering you get served unlimited Veuve Clicquot Brut NV champagne alongside generous premium sushi mixed yakitori platters. At £55 per person, it’s a decadent experience for all you sushi lovers out there. BOOK NOW




For a taste of the exotic from head chef Adam Rawson, Pachamama offers an inspired menu based on the culinary traditions of Peru. It offers an exciting twist on the familiar dishes with chia seed and tapioca bircher and quinoa waffles with Gloucester bacon and yacon syrup. Let’s also not forget their Pan con Chicharrón, which has been voted the best burger in London.












If mouthwatering Spanish food and charcuterie is what you want to wake up to on a weekend morning then you should head to Camino bankside. For just £30, you can get a charcuterie board, full Spanish breakfast and churros con chocolate along with bottomless vilarnau cava or cava mimosas. It’s the ideal way to start your relaxing weekend morning.









What do you do when you are indecisive and want to savour cuisines from all over the world? WingsEggs in Fulham has the answer for you: they have the Full Union Jack, Full Russian, Full Mexican, Full Peruvian, Full Indian or Full Continental. At only £9.95 and generously portioned, this is going to be a popular choice not just for West Londoners but people from all corners of our great city.



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