Breakfasts Bouncing Back

Guide 28th May 2020

Whilst everyone has been incredible in making their own breakfast creations, and we’ve all discovered our inner bakers through banana bread and sourdough loaves, we miss our breakfast locals. That scent of fresh coffee (made by someone else) and maybe a croissant is something we’d love to swing by and pick up right now- or have delivered to our doors.

We’ve pulled together a handful of places that have opened back up for exactly that! Whether you’re North, South, East or West we’ve got you covered.


Dunn’s Bakery, Crouch End local bakery is now offering deliveries Monday- Saturday using eco-friendly cargo bikes. From fresh bread to delish vegan cinnamon buns.

Good Life Eatery, St John’s Wood provides breakfast dishes, sandwiches, bowls and more, not to mention their incredible smoothies. You can now order a wide range of their menu through Deliveroo.

Hot Milk Café, Bounds Green is offering takeaway brunch, bread and coffee so if you’re in the area swing by.

Fork Deli, Bloomsbury– from toasties to roasteries this deli has it all.

Pophams Bakery, Hackney & Islington offering delivery and pickup this is the go to for flaky pastry and nutritious granola and yoghurt pots.


The Farmer’s Mistress, Battersea is open seven days a week offering delivery and pick up and I think best of all a picnic for two which looks incredible if you’ve got any special adventures coming up!

Good Cup London, Nunhead Green is offering the dreamiest looking bagels alongside other baked goods and essentials. They’re offering deliveries of take-away.

Milk, Balham is quite the establishment. With queues usually winding all around the block, they’re still going with a shop window and online orders. Try their DIY pancakes. I’ve got my eye on the buckwheat pancakes pack!

Juliets Quality Food, Tooting is offering the more lunchy side of brunch. From omelettes to pasta and coffee to sparkling wine it’s all there!

Blank, Brixton is the best for plant based all sorts. Lucky veggies (and non-veggies) around this neighbourhood.


Froth and Rind, Walthamstow– coffee to cheese, they’re covering your needs all throughout the day. You can also order a gift card (that never expires) to support them in still being there once we’re all back out in the wonderful world.

Beigel Bake, Brick Lane created their own app for you to order Brick Lane’s world renowned bagels. You can download the app and we have no doubt a bagel order will follow shortly after.

Friends of Ours, Hoxton– fritters or a breakfast burrito are a must. I can almost taste it already.

Sage Kitchen, Finsbury Park– a big part of ordering breakfast for me is finding something I wouldn’t usually make myself. From here it has to be the full english breakfast which comes in a veggie style too.

Nkora, Shoreditch– trendy hot spot are offering their essentials boxes for you to make your own breakfasts at home. Featuring sourdough bread, milk, coffee and more, why not get the tunes on and make a morning of it.


Farmacy, Notting Hill serving it’s usual healthy and delicious seasonal food, all dairy free they’re keeping the insanely high quality produce and sustainability standards and bringing it right to your food.

Angie’s Little Food Shop, Chiswick– impressive menu with something for everyone. Buttermilk chicken burger, soups, salads, you name it they’ve got it.

Mercato Metropolitano, Elephant & Castle with travelling plans put on hold at the moment, bring Italy to you with brunch from this wonderful food marketing.

Wild Thyme, Shephard’s Bush Two words. French Toast *heart eyes*.

Richmond Hill Bakery– giving West London all of their sweet treat fixes, all over the pastry and cake front.

Main image: Farmacy, Notting Hill

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