Brunch is an institution all over London and Battersea isn’t immune to the trend. No matter if you’re looking for a boozy brunch or just want somewhere simple for a good fry up, there’s something here for you. We’ve brought you Soho and Notting Hill before but now it’s time to head south of the river for some brunch fun.
Bunga Bunga, so good they named it twice. Famous for its boozy bottomless prosecco brunch, Bunga Bunga has got to be on the top of any brunch lover’s must-visit list. You’ll start with some cold meats, breads and patisserie before deciding which pizzas you’d like to have. You’ll even get a little ice cream at the end to top it all off. Meanwhile, you’re mixing your own bellinis and drinking all the prosecco you want whilst watching some truly hilarious karaoke.
Be prepared to queue for this next gem, but it’s worth it. Light and fluffy pancakes with crispy bacon and maple syrup is a real treat at The Breakfast Club and so are their many variations on eggs benedict, particularly the huevos al benny. If you’re in the mood for a drink (or two) with your brunch, you’ve got to try their Bloody Marys, or if you’re being sensible opt for a delicious iced coffee. They also have some outdoor seating which is perfect for the hot summer weather.
Flour to the people is the new kid on the block when it comes to Battersea brunches. They serve all your brunch classics (and do them really well) but not only do they make their own sourdough bread, their eggs benedict are served on sourdough muffins which are, frankly, incredible. Their signature dish ‘Toast the People’ allows you unlimited toast with spreads and jams for a very reasonable set price. The best bit? The toasters are on the tables so you can make sure is the perfect colour for you.
Another bottomless bubbles favourite is Ben’s Canteen, famed for its 2hr unlimited prosecco offer and having more than generous portions. You can also get a free Bloody Mary if you Instagram your delicious brunch and tag Ben’s, which is a pretty good deal for a good Bloody Mary. They’ve got you covered for your classic brunch items, but have also pushed the boat out with some of the orders. Try the banana pancakes with salted caramel sauce, yoghurt and maple syrup.
Jack’s at the Junction
If you like your brunch simple and cheap then Jack’s is for you. The fry-ups are excellent and served in singles, doubles or triples, meaning that you can have one, two or three of everything on your plate. It’s not fancy and it doesn’t come with bottomless prosecco, but it is good and it’s cheap. Don’t worry though, they serve more than just a fry up, so if you’re looking for pancakes or French toast, Jack’s has got you covered.