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7 Best brunch spots in South West London

live love london 7 Best brunch spots in South West London

Here are 7 of the best brunch spots in South West London. From Easter brunch to bottomless brunch, this part of the city has some of the hottest brunch spots anywhere in London.

1. The Buttery

If you fancy an alfresco-style brunch, then head to The Buttery. Set in the heart of Belgravia, this rustic-chic cafe-restaurant serves up the most scrumptious brunch menu. Think buttery burger, buttermilk pancake stack and king oyster steak.

2. Ollie’s House

Ollie’s House is an Asian restaurant set in the heart of Chelsea London. This spot is perfect for when you’re feeling like a bottomless Asian brunch.

3. The Palm House

If you’re planning a weekend bottomless brunch party, then head to The Palm House. Here, you’ll get a three-course brunch with 90 minutes of free-flowing drinks. They also have live saxophone and top London DJs play here every Saturday. This Miami-inspired oasis is a great weekend escape set in the middle of the city.

4. EL&N London

live love london 7 Best brunch spots in South West London

If you’re looking for the ultimate Instagrammable brunch, then you will love EL&N. This iconic fabulously fashionable cafe serves up the most indulgent all-day brunch. Think pistachio pain au chocolat, cinnamon and muscovado swirl and its famous red velvet lattes.

5. The Botanist

You should head to The Botanist for a bottomless weekend brunch. Here, the menu is simple but executed to perfection. If you like the idea of tucking into pulled smoked ham and mustard English muffin, or the trout and cream cheese bagel, then you’ll love it here. Much like the menu, the atmosphere is simple-sophistication.

6. Hally’s

If you fancy a California-style brunch, then Hally’s is perfect for you. The cafe, which is styled like a Californian beach house serves up delicious all-day brunch with fresh and simple ingredients. Here, you’ll find dishes like the acai bowl, topped with bananas, blueberries, granola and coconut.

7. Hache Burgers

If you like the idea of tucking into a two-course meal paired with unlimited bloody Maries, Prosecco or Cherry Bomb Spritz, then you should definitely go to Hache Burgers in Balham. And the best part is that they also offer a non-alcoholic version which comes with a choice of unlimited coffees of vintage lemonade.