Discover the best brunch spots in West London. The weekend’s finally here, you’re in West London and you’re looking for the perfect brunch spot. The really good news is that this neighbourhood is packed with stellar options. Whether you’re looking for pancakes in a cosy cafe, omelettes at an upscale restaurant, or something a little more unique, this guide will help you find the perfect spot. Read on to find out where to get the best brunch in West London.
1. The Little Yellow Door
If you’re looking for a place with a great vibe and feels like you’re lounging at home with friends, then head to The Little Yellow Door. This Notting Hill spot serves up the most delicious brunch menu washed down with bottomless prosecco or house punch. Also worth noting, this was the very place where the first contract for the Notting Hill Carnival was written up and signed.
Balans is a great spot to have brunch with your friends before the shows start at the Shepherds Bush Empire or the Bush Theatre. They’re also known for their famous pancakes, so if pancakes are your thing, you’ll love the ones being served here. And it also comes with a vegan option.
3. No 17 Dickens Yard
The folks at No 17 Dickens Yard take brunch very seriously, they’ve made it an all-day affair. Here you’ll find the best buttermilk pancakes, Shakshuka and vegan breakfast. Everything is made from scratch in their kitchen. There’s a relaxed living room vibe here, so it’s the perfect backdrop to catch up with friends over the weekend.
4. Cafe Biltmore
If you want fresh, seasonal dishes in an upscale setting, then head to Cafe Biltmore at the Biltmore Mayfair. Here you’ll find a modern twist on classic Mediterreanean classics. Think chickpea frittata, wild mushroom risotto, mascarpone with truffle and buttermilk pancakes. And the best part is the free-flowing bubbles, mojitos and bloody Marys.
5. Sunday in Brooklyn
If you’re in the mood for nothing short of an epic brunch menu, then head to Sunday in Brooklyn. Here, brunch is the business so they consistently serve up the most exquisite and delightful dishes. Think scrambled eggs with Long Island potatoes, toast and a choice of Sausages and Avocado.
6. Pawsitive Cafe
You never have to worry about leaving your furry friend behind because Pawsitive Cafe will feed you both. Whether you fancy a full English, pancakes or granola, there’s something here for everyone. And the best part is the super cute dog menu.
7. Farm Girl
If you want to know where the fashion crowd are hanging out at the weekends, then Farm Girl is the answer. This secret gem is tucked behind St Peter’s Church on the bustling Portobello Road. The menu here is an array of delicious and wholesome food paired with the best remedy juices. Think a farm bowl of hummus, roasted sweet potato, kimchi, broccoli, greens, cous cous salad, kalamata olives, herbs, pumpkin seeds and pomegranate, paired with CBD sparkling peach ginger.