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Top 10 Brunches In Fulham, London

Top 10 Brunches In Fulham, London
The up-and-coming little sister of the upmarket Borough of Chelsea, Fulham in London is full of great places to nurse that weekend hangover over a hearty brunch. We pick the top 10 spots in this west London borough to refuel with a great mid-morning meal.
Brunch at Cafe del Azziz : Jessica Barnfield

Manuka Kitchen

Restaurant, European, $$$
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Tucked right by Fulham Broadway station, Manuka Kitchen has amazing brunches on Friday, Saturday and Sunday mornings. Alongside a lovely villagey atmosphere and coffee that will satisfy even the most discerning coffee snobs, they also serve up a crushed avocado and feta bruschetta that you’ll be trying to recreate in your kitchen for weeks afterwards…
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Chairs and Coffee

Cafe, British, $$$
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A Creative Commons Image: Fulham Palace Lawn
A Creative Commons Image: Fulham Palace Lawn | © David Hawgood
Sometimes neglected due to its position in the shadow of the more well-known Manuka Kitchen, Chairs and Coffee is a quirky café serving up great coffee and delicious homemade cakes. Their speciality is perhaps their banana bread: served slightly warm, drizzled in honey, and covered in fruit.
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A Creative Commons Image: Fulham Palace Lawn © David Hawgood

Love Walk Café

Cafe, American, $$$
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Whether you’re trying to be kind to your body and give it a healthy smoothie, or replenish its strength from the night before by drowning it in a fry-up, Love Walk has exactly what you’re looking for. Describing itself as a place “where breakfast dreams become reality,” the fluffy American-style pancakes are definitely heavenly, especially when enjoyed out on the terrace on a warm summer morning.
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Megan's Deli

Restaurant, Mediterranean, $$$
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The jury is out on whether this hot, Kings Road brunch spot belongs to Chelsea or Fulham. But when the eggs Benedict are so good who cares? They can be washed down with freshly squeezed juices or coffee. In the summer the outside courtyard is beautiful. Head back in the evening for dinner to sit among the fairy lights and feel a world away from the rush of the city.
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