The 6 Best Brunch Spots in Notting Hill

Ling Tang / © Culture Trip
Ling Tang / © Culture Trip
Photo of Haydn Squibb
25 June 2019

Weekend brunch has become a holy affair in the cosmopolitan Notting Hill, with devout foodies venturing out to enjoy delicious breakfasts all over the area. These are the best places in Notting Hill to fulfil your brunch desires.

Swing by Granger & Co. for the perfect Aussie brunch

Bistro, Cafe, Restaurant, Coffee Shop, Australian, $$$
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Granger & Co. serves contemporary Australian classics | © Granger & Co.

Granger & Co. is the stylish creation of Australian restaurant guru Bill Granger. The brunch menu is inspired by Granger’s travels and the sunny lifestyle of his hometown, Sydney. The restaurant serves contemporary Australian favourites such as ricotta hotcakes with banana and honeycomb butter, and sweetcorn fritters with roasted tomato, spinach and bacon. From the ‘Full Aussie’ to Vegemite and toasted coconut bread, Granger & Co. is the best brunch spot in Notting Hill for your taste of Australia.

Enjoy an insta-worthy feast at The Dayrooms Café

Cafe, Australian
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Slip into this cosy bolthole for one of the most colourful and nutritious breakfasts of your life. The coffee is strong and tasty as are the matcha and turmeric lattes for those who’d prefer a more healthful kick. Service can be slow during busier moments, but it will feel worth it once your breakfast bowl arrives and you have the most beautiful Instagram flat lay that ever was.

Treat yourself to healthy grub at Daylesford

Cafe, Deli, Farm Shop, Greengrocer, Restaurant, Coffee Shop, Bakery, Healthy, British, $$$
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Take a seat at Daylesford Organic | © Daylesford Organic

Daylesford is an ideal spot for an organic brunch straight from the farm to fork. It’s a perfect place for the health-conscious brunch crowd; try the yoghurt fresh from their creamery in Gloucestershire, or the chia, goji berry and flaxseed bircher with natural yoghurt and stewed fruit. The café also offers a modern twist on English classics. If you find yourself wanting more, you can pick up fresh produce in their grocery, deli and bakery on the ground floor of the café on your way out.

Cosy up with a coffee at Lowry & Baker

Cafe, Restaurant, Coffee Shop, British
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It's cosy and delicious inside at Lowry & Baker
It's cosy and delicious inside at Lowry & Baker | © Lowry & Baker

Close to Portobello Road Market, Lowry & Baker captures the essence of Notting Hill’s neighbourly warmth. The rustic furniture and friendly staff create a homely atmosphere, making Lowry & Baker a great place to enjoy brunch. This independent coffee shop boasts freshly brewed coffee made with beans from Monmouth, as well as baked goods like their tantalising lavender shortbread and homemade granola. Alternatively, try a savoury dish such as the poached egg with smashed avocado. With high-quality food and coffee, it’s no wonder that this is a local people’s haunt.

Enjoy brunch in a quirky setting at Bluebelles of Portobello

Cafe, Restaurant, Coffee Shop, British, $$$
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Bluebelles of Portobello is a charming spot to dig into brunch. The mismatched vintage table and chairs and the table displays made from wooden crates add to the quirky decor of this café. There is also an outdoor patio to enjoy the sunshine, with blankets available to shield you from the oft-not-so-summery British summer. A popular dish is the toasted muffin with poached eggs, spinach and smoked salmon. Bluebelles serves all-day brunch including fresh artisan bread and a variety of their incredible speciality cakes.

Visit Snaps + Rye for a taste of Denmark

Restaurant, Deli, Danish, $$$
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Snaps + Rye specialises in Danish cuisine | © Snaps + Rye

Snaps + Rye is a contemporary Scandinavian kitchen and deli that specialises in Danish cuisine, created by husband-and-wife team Kell and Jacqueline Skött. The restaurant’s speciality is smørrebrød, the classic Nordic open-faced sandwich that is built on a layer of dense rye bread and usually topped with pork or cured herring. The interior of the restaurant is made from natural materials and has large windows and skylights, creating a relaxed, open, Danish feel, giving way to a new brunch experience.

These recommendations were updated on June 25, 2019 to keep your travel plans fresh.