5 of the Brightest Brunches
Brunch, Brunch divides opinion, for those breakfast avoiders it’s a godsend and for those early risers it’s elevenses but love it, hate or everything in between, brunch is here to stay.
The bottomless brunches of the Dubai party-set are often boozy affairs but for those who are all about the food these are some lovely options for pre-work nourishment.
Roast – Borough Market – http://www.roast-restaurant.com/ – @RoastRestaurant
An extremely short lift-ride away from the hustle and bustle of Borough Market, Roast offers the quintessential English breakfast at it’s very best. As good at 10.30 as it is at 8.30, surely this counts as brunch?
Albion – Bankside- www.albioncafes.co.uk – @Albion_London
Lovely café/bakery specialising in unfussy and informal all-day dining predominatly no-nonsense, modestly priced, seasonal British food.
Bad Egg – Moorgate – http://badegg.london/ – @badoeuf
For those that like to live on the edge bad egg provides a bottomless brunch on the weekend that is sure to satisfy the biggest of bellies. Bad Ass Nachos and Cheeseburger Hash are two standout menu options. Not for the faint hearted or full-up.
Duck & Waffle – Liverpool Street – https://duckandwaffle.com/ – @DuckandWaffle
The Duck & Waffle special is, well, Duck & Waffle. The menu offers sweet and savoury to delight all those that make the ascent to the 40th Floor of the Heron Tower. Not for the vertigo sufferers.
Manicomio Gutter Lane – Gresham Street – http://www.manicomio.co.uk/city/ – @ManicomioCity
Nestled between office buildings in Gutter Lane, this delightful, bright, sparkly Italian restaurant offers a wonderful option to the City slickers. A bit of a hidden gem.