Claiming to serve up the ‘best brunch in London,’ Ffiona’s restaurant delivers home cooked meals to perfection. We are talking everything from scrambled eggs with oak smoked salmon, black pudding and Bloody Marys- to their very own ‘breakfast of the champions,’ – a thick cut Scottish sirloin steak with fried eggs and hollandaise sauce. This place is the real deal and it is begging for your attention and appetite.
Ffionas 51 Kensington Church St London W8 4BA 020 7937 4152
Muriel’s Kitchen says that ‘Kitchens are the heart of our homes.’ Judging by their menus, this restaurant seems to have a really great heart. With a menu split into specials, organic legbar eggs, oats and dough- the chefs at this spot know what good eating really is. Great for those who prefer a healthy meal as well as for those who would like something hearty, Muriel’s Kitchen is one of Kensington’s best.
Muriel’s Kitchen 1-3 Pelham Street, London, SW7 2ND 020 7589 3511
The Orange Public House and Hotel is considered to be one of the top places in the area for breakfast. Serving a rich and rustic European cuisine, the restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner on the ground and first floors of the building. With very affordable prices and great quality in every one of their dishes, this restaurant is definitely worth a visit.
The Orange 37-39 Pimlico Rd London SW1W 8NE 020 7881 9844
Bumpkin South Kensington
Known as your ‘Local British Brasserie,’ the Bumpkin has created a wide selection of brunch and breakfast options including seasonal and fresh ingredients all for your leisure. Have your pick from the hen’s nest with eggs Benedict, eggs royal or eggs Florentine- accompanied with ham, salmon or spinach, just to name a few options. Also famous for its Bloody Mary, this is great place to start your morning.
Kensington Square Kitchen
With the promise to provide nothing but local, seasonal, British inspired dishes, the Kensington Square Kitchen offers a delicious menu open for a number of tastes. Including a wide selection of eggs, homemade cakes and, and oats that have earned the title of ‘London’s best porridge,’ how could you not try it out?