The Top Brunch Spots in Clapham, London
Brunch, the finest of all the meals in a day. We here at the Culture Trip have been on a mission to provide our readers with the best places to eat in London and we continue to do so, with this article on the top five brunch
spots in Clapham.
Cafe, Restaurant, British, Vegan, $$$
Noted as the best brunch spot in Clapham, the Fantasia
restaurant is a family-run establishment standing strong in the brunch scene since 1986. Serving up an authentic English breakfast experience, the restaurant offers up a menu for breakfasts and weekend brunches. Traditional dishes such as bangers and mash and smoked haddocks are served alongside plates like homemade salmon fishcakes and a number of omelettes.
Bistro, Restaurant, British, $$$
Known as a ‘quintessentially British bistro,’ the Bistro Union
is home to a real English breakfast. Indulge yourself with a sausage wrapped in bacon, caramelized pink grapefruit, a toasted baguette with chocolate spread and butter or Moxon’s kipper with poached eggs and a muffin. Located on Abbeville road, stop by the Bistro Union to enjoy a good old-fashioned English.
Powder Keg Diplomacy
Bar, Restaurant, British, $$$
Not so much your typical brunch spot, the Powder Keg Diplomacy
has just as much character at its location as in its name. Set up in an urban colonial environment, the Powder Keg restaurant serves a seasonal cuisine with fresh ingredients. The dining room, which is also an observatory, provides a unique and picturesque dining experience for the customer. The weekend brunch menu caters to the tastes of many customers who have been wowed by the creations of the establishment. Don’t forget about the brunch martinis and bloody marys—a great way to start the day.
Brickwood Coffee & Bread
Restaurant, Coffee Shop, Vegan, Vegetarian, Gluten-free, $$$
Inspired by Australian
and New Zealand brunch spots and cuisine, the people behind Brickwood Coffee & Bread
strive to offer a great brunch, neighbuorhood vibes and ‘laid back but efficient service.’ Aiming to provide the ultimate lazy brunch with a sophisticated kick, the restaurant offers plates such as poached egg with basil pesto, balsamic & tarragon on sourdough and brioche French toast with hints of orange & cinnamon and a side of vanilla mascarpone – this is a must have for all of your Sunday morning cravings.
Jack’s at the Junction
Restaurant, Diner, British, Vegan, Gluten-free, $$$
There are few things in the world that sound quite as good as all-day breakfast. The people at Jack’s at the Junction
restaurant seem to understand this, and have wasted no time in crafting a perfect menu. For a real dose of good eggs, sausages, omelettes and breakfast rolls, there really is no better place to go. With great food located just a minute away from Clapham Junction Station, this is the perfect stop and shop for a good hearty breakfast.