As the name suggests, the atmosphere and decor of Cafe Renoir are inspired by impressionist artist Pierre-Auguste Renoir. The result is an oasis of artistic vibrancy in the midst of busy London, with an impressive breakfast menu to match. Whether you’re after a healthy breakfast or hangover hash, Cafe Renoir has it. It’s well worth sampling the juices, too, which are freshly squeezed to order.
The Blues Kitchen is where to go for American diner fare and classic Southern dishes. Their brunch menu includes buttermilk pancakes, creole crab benedict, and huevos rancheros. For £17 extra, you can make that a bottomless brunch. Did someone say unlimited refills?
Mildreds is London’s much-loved vegetarian chain, and its Camden branch serves up a mean brunch on Saturdays and Sundays. From a classic veggie fry-up to rose petal granola, the dishes here are guilt-free so that you can fill up on mimosas instead.
Alongside breakfast quesadillas and burritos, this friendly, affordable spot on Camden High Street serves up everything from a full English to a Spanish breakfast. It’s a perfect place to fill up before a day of exploring the markets.