12 London Breakfasts In 12 Hours

Guide 1st September 2020

Early birds or night owls, everyone deserves a delightful breakfast and especially on well earnt weekends. With this in mind it felt time to create a list of exactly where you can find the best breakfast around the city at all hours of the day (well almost). For those hours in between it may have to be scrambled eggs on toast, an omelette or venturing onto one of those other much inferior meals of the day that we don’t speak of on here!

Recommendations on dishes included, breakfast hours listed are relevant to Saturdays currently. Other days may vary and please do double check their websites before venturing out to any of these listings!


7am: BREW

Clapham, 7:00-22:00

Kicking off with the early risers South of the river in Clapham. On the bustling Northcote Road, this one is great for people watching, a caffeine fix and an order of their favourite ‘Brew Melt’ taking the traditional ham & cheese toastie to a whole new level with poached eggs, tomato and pesto.



Angel, 8:00-15:30

With a couple of sites, my favourite is their place on the beautiful Camden passage only moments from Angel tube station. Their ‘Sister Special’ is the perfect way to start to the weekend. Feels like the sister I never had!



Fitzrovia, 9:00-16:00

Another place that truly understands the need for breakfast to be available at all hours of the day. By 9am there’s a great atmosphere buzzing around this place. Come for the pancake stack- never want to leave.



Kings Cross, 10:00-11:45

Bacon Naan Rolls guaranteed to hit the spot every time! Enough said.



Victoria, 8:00-11:45

Located on the ‘dream line’ (Victoria line) between Victoria and Pimlico is Clubhouse, formerly known as Cambridge St Kitchen. A very charming way to spend your weekend and it’s got to be their eggs benedict- or royale/Florentine.


12pm: GRANGER & CO.

Notting Hill, 10:30-17:00

Around this time we’re definitely all looking for something more ‘brunchy’. Head to Notting Hill for some ricotta hotcakes (pancakes) with banana and honeycomb butter. Honestly it’s like happiness on a plate! Once energised, explore the colourful houses and markets nearby.



Notting Hill, 8:00-15:00

Being absolutely packed out first thing, take a lazy morning and and then head over. With the sun streaming through and that perfectly balanced brunch menu. You can’t really go wrong with one of my favourite menu. How about the green shakshuka?



Shoreditch, 8:00-16:00

Head over to their Shoreditch location for a couple hours of brunching and then a more than socially acceptable time to start exploring local bars only a stones throw away.



KINGS CROSS, 10:00-16:00

Known for their roastery, start with the daily blend. When it comes to food there are lots of incredibly fresh options. The fry or veggie fry let you try lots of different components- always a winner!


4pm: MEGAN’S

Battersea, 9:00-17:00

Another place to start your night out is with Bottomless Brunch at Megan’s. A couple of hours in this beautiful setting is the perfect way to catch up with friends and then roll into the rest of the weekend. Shakshouka Kebabs are the way to go!



Southwark, 9:00-21:00

We’ve found exactly where they are and you’ve got to try them. Only words you need here are “American” or “Boulder” and the magic begins! I’m sure a good stack of these actually make me a better person.



Soho, 12:00-0:00

Breakfast Burrito is the way to go here. With scrambled eggs, Mexican cheese, hommade salsa & sour cream it’s the perfect evening breakfast. Vamos!


7pm and beyond: DUCK AND WAFFLE

Liverpool Street, 24 hours

Whilst their breakfast/brunch menus run into the afternoon, the real fun is in their all day menu which is currently available until the clock strikes midnight. Late night breakfast cravings, we’ve all been there. Duck & Waffle for me please!


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