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WHAT? Dedicated to supporting small businesses, this Kiwi-run cafe cum workspace offers fresh, free-range and locally sourced produce where possible.
Pronounced ‘batch’, The Bach nods to the tiny beach homes common in New Zealand, evoking...read more »
WHAT? Purveyor of ‘London’s best birthday cakes’, Konditor & Cook has some stiff competition in the form of old favourites Lola’s, Hummingbird and more recently, Primrose Bakery.
But offering baking and cake decorating classes...read more »
WHAT? If the doughy half-moon starters at pan-Asian eateries mean more to you than the main event, Gyoza Bar’s calling your name. The focus here is on great dim sum, padded out with warming ramen noodles and pillowy bao buns.
WHY GO? Perfect...read more »
WHAT? A bar, restaurant and events townhouse spread across six floors with room for 300 guests. You can drop in for breakfast, bottomless afternoon tea, or dinner from early ’til late – but we highly recommend cocktails overlooking iconic...read more »
WHAT? “No nonsense, fresh, honest, damn tasty burgers… with some cracking side kicks” – their words, our thoughts entirely. With seven locations now scattered across the capital (eight if you count the stall at indoor golf centre Swingers...read more »
WHAT? Sister venue to Soho’s Duck Soup, Rawduck celebrates all things tangy, pickled and fermented. Mediterranean-inspired dishes are washed down with an ever-evolving roster of drinks, a surprising (borderline cultish?) selection of drinking vinegar,...read more »
WHAT? Following a huge refurb, lively Aquum‘s serving up a heady mix of potent cocktails and authentic Mediterranean plates inspired by traditions of the Greek Islands.
WHY GO? There’s guaranteed atmosphere here on the weekends, ‘Brunch...read more »
WHAT? For centuries the energy and theatre of Indian marketplaces has inspired the Cinnamon group to build vibrant bars and restaurants in London – the antithesis of your old-fashioned local curry house.
Cinnamon Bazaar is the latest and perhaps...read more »
WHAT? A quality pan Asian restaurant that does away with paper menus, offering a selection of sushi, Korean wings, bento boxes and cocktails right there on the interactive tables. Check out a photo of every dish, then order with a click of the mouse...read more »
WHAT? Authentic Jamaican jerk and cocktail joint Rudie’s has added a short but sweet brunch option to their menu – think jerk-spiced ham and eggs, callaloo, chicken, golden half-moon patties and oodles of rum punch.
WHY GO? After months...read more »
WHY GO? Famed for an impressive programme of music, yoga, film screenings, pub quizzes, craft workshops and club nights, you’d be forgiven for forgetting about The Book Club‘s hearty breakfast offering – but it’s more than worth...read more »
WHY GO? The bright and comprehensive brunch menu includes bottomless Processo for £12 – and the prices get better from there.
Beautiful pink and blue decor, classic soul music, sunny staff and a seriously good selection of coffees make a breakfast...read more »
WHAT? A charming Spanish breakfast spot with a friendly neighbourhood feel, not far from Essex Road.
We booked up breakfast at La Farola after spotting a breathless Instagram post, a sunny photograph of eggs and sliced meats extolling the virtues of...read more »
The latest venture from the highly accomplished Saltyard Group, Veneta sits among the unremarkable, uniform store fronts that make up the all-new, 210,00 sq ft St. James Market – better described as a thoroughfare of tall, black walls and squeaky...read more »
WHAT? Not a gimmicky new concept restaurant nor concrete-heavy basement with industrial lighting and exposed brickwork, but a rustic, reliably great Italian bang in the middle of Shoreditch.
WHY GO? For the delightfully carb-laden pastas, plus sourdough...read more »
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