Complete your weekend with a perfect brunch in the hipster heart of London. From classic menus to something a little different, Shoreditch has it covered. Check out our guide to the best spots in the neighbourhood.
The Book Club
Bar, Cocktail Bar, Restaurant, British, $$$
The Book Club | Courtesy of The Book Club
Located in the halls of an old Victorian warehouse, this is the place to be for more than just brunch. The Book Club is a haven for all thinkers, typers, workers and people who just want someplace to go and relax. The breakfast menu offers full English, avocado with lime, pesto scrambled eggs, buttermilk pancakes and thick porridge. What’s special about this place is that it transforms itself at night with the lights down low and a space for DJ’s to come and perform. The Book Club definitely takes Sunday brunches to a whole new level.
Often, the smallest cafe’s have the best food. Lantana is a perfect example of this, serving an Australian-inspired breakfast and lunch. The restaurant provides brunch until 3pm at weekends and has a takeaway option (called ‘Latana Out’).
Nestled within Shoreditch’s Ace Hotel, Hoi Polloi is the place to be for its character, ambience, and of course, its food. This is the best spot for all things organic, natural, and ‘of the earth.’ With its menu offering breakfast, lunch, weekend brunch, afternoon tea, wine, and dinner, there is something for everyone.
Who says full English breakfasts are the best breakfasts? Change things up a bit with a Peruvian-styled dish at Andina. With core ingredients including quinoa, maca, chia and amaranth (to name a few), this is the perfect place to be if you want a twist to your breakfast and brunches.
The Breakfast Club is a big hit in the world of breakfast and brunch. With its walls covered in funky and retro relics, this is a place that really wants its customers to feel at home as they tuck into pancakes with berries, eggs benedict and milkshakes.
Transport yourself to Bombay on the streets of Shoreditch. This restaurant pays homage to all the Irani cafés that once took over the food scene in Bombay. Open early till late every day for an authentic Bombay breakfast, lunch, afternoon chai, dinner or tipple, let Dishoom revive your cultural wanderlust.
Located in the heart of Shoreditch, 100 Hoxton serves an Asian-inspired breakfast that you’ll definitely want to try. The menu offers dishes such as spiced sea bass kedgeree, cured salmon and Sourdough toast with avocado salsa. The restaurant even has it’s own special Sunday menu featuring some of the best-selling breakfast options, a la carte dishes and a newly introduced roast dinner.
A restaurant bar and grill in Spitafields, Hotbox is the ultimate hearty brunch destination. It serves a variety of dishes such as chicken Belgian waffle, a brunch burger, skillet smoked meat hash and Huevos Rancheros. Its the perfect place for a delicious, meaty, late breakfast.