If you’re looking for where to have Easter brunch or lunch in London, then you’re in luck because the city has plenty of pubs and restaurants to choose from.
1. Sunday in Brooklyn
Head to Sunday in Brooklyn for an Easter brunch with lots of comfort food. A much-loved fixture in the New York dining scene Sunday in Brooklyn is known for its playful spin on traditional American staples.
2. Duck and Waffle
Enjoy epic views of the London skyline as you tuck into a true gastro-diner. Duck and Waffle, serves up a delicious menu that’s built around familiar flavours. Think Smoked Salmon Royal with poached eggs and quite literally duck and waffles served with hollandaise sauce.
3. Cinnamon Club
Set in the old Westminster library, Cinnamon Club redefined modern Indian cooking in London and continues to lead the movement of fine Indian cuisine in the city. With delicately spiced fish served alongside their signature cocktails, you will leave extremely satisfied.
4. The Coach
For a traditional English Sunday lunch with roast potatoes and all the trimmings, head to The Coach in Clerkenwell East London. The à la carte menu changes weekly, but the Sunday roast is a permanent fixture.
5. Balthazar Restaurant
Grab a table at Balthazar for a French-inspired bistro brunch. The weekend menu includes staples like mixed berry pancakes and eggs benedict, against the backdrop of live jazz music.
6. The Barbary Next Door
Enjoy a menu that is inspired by the fragrant spices and smoky flavours of Spain and North Africa. The Barbary Next Door, a relaxed neighbourhood restaurant and wine bar, is the ultimate international culinary journey you’ve been secretly searching for.
For a taste of Bombay in the heart of London, head to Dishroom. The Covent Garden restaurant specialises in Indian food that is both stylish and affordable.