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You could toil away at home making your own brunch. But when you can order in Gloucester Old Spot muffins, blueberry pancakes or shakshuka without having to get dressed, why would you? Here's our pick of who's delivering brunch to Londoners. 


The Breakfast Club, IslingtonThe Breakfast Club, Islington

Where: 31 Camden Passage, The Angel, London N1 8EA

In a nutshell: Popular breakfast chain (now without queues).

What’s on the menu: The Breakfast Clubs have been hugely popular wherever they've landed and they've moved the bulk of their menu over for delivery. Alarge part of their menu is available, including pancakes, waffles, breakfast burgers and burritos.

How to order: Via Deliveroo

Follow them for more info: @thebrekkyclub


best brunch deliveries in londonFranks Canteen, Highbury

Where: 86 Highbury Park, Highbury East, London N5 2XE

In a nutshell: Highbury cafe (and shop)

What’s on the menu: They sell sourdough baguettes, brownies croissants and other pastries. But you can also order their gorgeous bacon or sausage sandwich with smoked garlic chutney on potato bap (with added fried eggs if you want)

How to order: Call 0207 354 4830 to pre-order Tues-Sat (Note - collection only)

Follow them for more info: @frankscanteen.

Photo: @mr_rickette


PophamsPophams, Islington

Where: Islington and Hackney

In a nutshell: Insta-worthy pastries to up your brunch game

What’s on the menu: There are so many lovely things to order for an at-home brunch including their amazing croissant swirls - choose from bacon and maple or Marmite, spring onion and Schlossberger cheese. You can also order freshly made granola with coconut yoghurt and pecan butter and croissants too.

How to order: Order online

Follow them for more info: @pophamsbakery


Also in North London:

  • Roni's Bagel bakery has am English and Greek breakfast not to mention plenty of shakshuka options. You can find them in Belsize Park and Muswell Hill.


South London 

Farmer's Mistress, BatterseaFarmer's Mistress, Battersea

Where: 300 Battersea Park Road, London SW11 3BU

In a nutshell: Balanced, but "naughty" comfort food.

What’s on the menu: The Farmer's Mistress collection-only menu features a range of all-day brunches that include porridge and granola up to breakfast buns and "royales" with either salmon or smoked pork. Their signature "Naughty Mistress" (all all-day breakfast) and the veggie mistress are available too. 

How to order: Order on their website.

Follow them for more info: @julietsqualityfood.


Juliet’s Quality FoodsJuliet’s Quality Foods, Tooting

Where: 110 Mitcham Road, London SW17 9NG

In a nutshell: Brilliant little cafe with exceptional and unique brunch dishes.

What’s on the menu: This lovely cafe is named after its former guise, Juliet’s Afro Superstore, so Juliet is long gone but, oh, the food! There’s smoked heritage potato omelette with whipped goat’s cheese, ash and wild marjoram or how about a grilled Gloucester Old Spot pork patty muffin with  crispy hash, dry cure bacon, Lincolnshire poacher cheese and house-made tonkatsu sauce?

How to order: Order on their website or via Deliveroo (also available for collection). 

Follow them for more info: @julietsqualityfood.


MilkMilk, Balham

Where: 18-20 Bedford Hill, Balham, London SW12 9RG

In a nutshell: Independent neighbourhood cafe serving their own twists on classic dishes.

What’s on the menu: Either construct your own brunch or select from three “DIY Kits” including:

  • Buckwheat pancakes with a choice of weekly-changing toppings (such as chewy rhubarb, roasted white chocolate and South London magnolia syrup)
  • The Convict (English muffin, pork and leek patty, scrambled egg mix, drycure bacon, hangover sauce and Lincolnshire poacher cheese)
  • Sweet Maria (sweetcorn fritters, halloumi and kasundi) all serving two.

Order info: Delivery to SW12, SW17, SW16, SW2, SW4, SW9 between 7:30am and 10:30am

How to order: Order on their website.

Follow them for more info: @milkcoffeeldn.


Where the Pancakes AreWhere the Pancakes Are, London Bridge

Where: Arch 35a, 85a Southwark Bridge Rd, London SE1 0NQ

In a nutshell: Dedicated to all things batter

What’s on the menu: In lieu of having a cooked pancake stack delivered to your door, WTPA have opted to send out everything you need to make them at home. There's a standard pack, but what you want is the Pancake Feast Box complete with Canadian maple syrup, buttermilk, smoked streaky bacon, blueberries and bananas. It's £29.50 and is enough for 20 pancakes.

How to order: Order on their website.

Follow them for more info: @wherethepancakesare.


Also in South London:


East London

Bistrotheque, Cambridge HeathBistrotheque, Cambridge Heath

Where: 23-27 Wadeson St, London E2 9DR

In a nutshell: Modern European restaurant fave converts to delivery

What’s on the menu: Bistrotheque have created a special online-only menu and that includes their Boozy Sunday Brunch. That features French toast, pancakes and farinata with avocado, rocket, capers, crispy chickpeas, chilli. Plus a litre of Bloody Mary to kickstart the day. 

How to order: Order on their website.

Follow them for more info: @bistrotheque


arrosqdThe Dusty Knuckle, Dalston

Where: Abbot St, Dalston, London E8 3DP

In a nutshell: Bread shop, bakery, school and cafe 

What’s on the menu: There are soft hot cross buns spiced with orange, sticky croissant dough "Morning Buns" rolled in cinnamon sugar, their famous sourdough loaves (we love the version made with shredded organic potatoes), free-range eggs from Fenton Farms in Somerset as well as coffee, milk and butter. Everything you need for a top brunch. Keep it quiet but you can add flour and even yeast and even sourdough starter to your orders.

Order info: Open from 9am to midday on Saturday for collection or order online for east and north postcodes. 

How to order: Order on their website.

Follow them for more info: @thedustyknuckle


Brunch At Home Series by Climpson and SonsBrunch At Home Series by Climpson and Sons

Where: 67 Broadway Market, Hackney, London E8 4PH

In a nutshell: Collaboration between Climpson and Sons and many of east London’s finest restaurants and suppliers

What’s on the menu: Changes regularly. They launched with a menu designed by Lardo, this was everything you needed to make potato rosti, smoked salmon, soft eggs and Danish Bloody Mary. Each delivery comes with a recipe in boxes designed to feed a family of four or “two big appetites with leftovers". Look out for forthcoming recipes from Som Saa, The Marksman and Brat. 

Order info: Order by midday on Wednesday for home delivery by bicycle to E8, E9, E2, E5, N1 or N16 or collection from Climpsons and Sons that Friday.

How to order: Order online

Follow them for more info: @climpsonsarch.


Deeney'sDeeney's, Leyton

Where: 360 High Rd Leyton, Leyton, London E10 6QE

In a nutshell: Scottish inspired neighbourhood favourite.

What’s on the menu: It was the Macbeth that built Deeney’s reputation and the haggis, bacon, cheddar, caramelised onion, rocket and mustard toastie continues to make an excellent brunch. Vegetarian haggis is used in the Lady Macbeth and and vegan haggis in the Lady Vegan. We say order with a Bloody Mary Doll made with cucumber vodka, spices and tomato juice and don’t forget to ask for a splash of Buckfast to be extra-Scot. More toasties, breakfast rolls and smoothies are also available. 

Order info: Leyton locals can use their call-to-collect service (10am-8pm) otherwise you can order via Deliveroo.

How to order: Order online or on Deliveroo.

Follow them for more info: @deeneys.


Secret SmokehouseSecret Smokehouse

Where: Online shop only

In a nutshell: Hackney-based smokehouse from Billingsgate Scot Max Bergius who supplies many of London’s best kitchens.

What’s on the menu: There’s hot smoked salmon and mackerel, London cure oak-smoked trout and salmon, oak-smoked haddock, smoked salmon pâté and delicate and delicious oak-smoked kippers. We love their kippers with buttered brown bread and a poached egg but, according to Secret Smokehouse, the cockney way to eat kippers is with jam and bread. They never use frozen salmon, colouring agents, nitrates, artificial preservatives, the fish are not fed GM food and they have been awarded a Protected Geographical Indicator [PGI] for their traditional artisan approach.

Order info: If you live in E1, E2, E8, N1 or N16 the smokehouse will deliver to your door but do give them a day or so. For anywhere else orders are sent via Parcelforce24.

How to order: Order online

Follow them for more info: @secretsmokehouse.


Le SwineLe Swine, City

Where: Lamb street, Spitalfields, London E1 6ED

In a nutshell: Ex-Bruno Lobet Chef on a mission to "take the humble bacon butty to dizzy new heights"

What’s on the menu: Le Swine DIY bacon butty kits are available for two or four people and include old fashioned middle bacon sourced from pure breed Berkshire and Middle White pigs from small scale farmers in Lancashire, Clarence Court duck eggs, bacon butter, milk and onion buns, fresh sage, selection of homemade ketchup pots and a voucher for a free bacon sandwich to be used at Spitalfields once they reopen. To bump up your order add single sandwiches and larger bottles of their signature sauces as extras.

Order info: Orders are split into areas, per day of the week and need to be placed before midday the previous day for your area. Check their website for the date for deliveries to your area.

How to order: Order online.

Follow them for more info: @le_swine.


Also in East London:


West London

B Bagel Bakery BarB Bagel Bakery Bar, Fulham

Where: 236D Fulham Road London SW10 9NB (and 54 Wardour Street London W1D 4JF)

In a nutshell: In-store bakery from bagel specialists using traditional family recipes.

What’s on the menu: This bagel shop offers a choice of either brunch boxes or individual ordering. Go for the classic (plain bagel filled with smoked salmon and cream cheese), the “B Bagel” (Morning Bagel of toasted buttered bagel with fried egg, cheddar cheese & turkey bacon) or vegan (plain bagel filled with hummus, grilled aubergine, boiled egg, tahini, pickles & spicy harissa). Those with sweet tooths should opt for the cinnamon raisin bagel with blueberry cream cheese. 

Order info: Open from 7am for orders made through Deliveroo. 

How to order: Order on their website.


Eggslut, Notting HillEggslut, Notting Hill

Where: 185 Portobello Rd, Notting Hill, London W11 2ED

In a nutshell: Eggy buns

What’s on the menu: Eggslut are sending out their eggy delights all week long, but they also make for a perfect brunch. Buns include the Bacon (or sausage egg and cheese) and the Fairfax which is a scrambled egg bun. There's also the coddled egg "Slut" if you fancy something bun-free.

How to order: Order via Deliveroo.

Follow them for more info: @eggslut


Brunch At Home Series by Climpson and SonsMaison Puget, Notting Hill

Where: 148, 150 Portobello Rd, Notting Hill, London W11 2DZ

In a nutshell: French bakery in the heart of Notting Hill particularly loved for their baguette.

What’s on the menu: Order their very popular ham, cheese and béchamel croissant as early as you can before they sell out and then warm in the oven before eating.  Embellish your brunch with several fresh madeleines with coffee and finish with a classic glazed strawberry tart made with shortcrust pastry, custard cream and strawberries. Don’t forget to add a few loaves of their exceptional bread for eating/keeping (try their traditional tournesol) and perhaps while you’re at it a slice of quiche or mini pizza.

Order info: Open from 7am for orders made through Deliveroo and Uber Eats. 

How to order: Order on Deliveroo or Uber Eats.

Follow them for more info: @maison_puget_french_bakeries.


Also in West London:

  • Baker and Spice in Chelsea have pancakes, eggs on toast and more on offer.
  • The Good Life Eatery has porridge, poached eggs and hummus (and a vegan version) as part of their delivery service. FInd them in Chelsea, Notting Hill and St John's Wood


Central London

Dominique Ansel BakeryDominique Ansel Bakery, Belgravia

Where: 17-21 Elizabeth St, Belgravia, London SW1W 9RP

In a nutshell: Creative bakery from the winner of World’s Best Pastry Chef selling pastries, tarts and cakes as well as more substantial savoury dishes.

What’s on the menu: From the extensive menu of brunch options our pick are the New York–Style eggs Benedict (peppered beef pastrami, buttered kale, soft poached eggs, and hollandaise, served on a homemade English muffin), the Basque Shakshuka (baked eggs with Basque flavours, roasted piperade, smoky aubergine, crème fraîche, & espelette, served with garlic-rubbed sourdough toast), and a very pretty avocado toast (fresh avocado, whole-milk ricotta and pickled pink radishes, served with a garden salad on the side).

How to order: Order on their website or Deliveroo.

Follow them for more info: @dominiqueansellondon.


Pear by Jardin du JasminPear by Jardin du Jasmin, Fitzrovia

Where: 161 Great Portland St, London W1W 5PB

In a nutshell: Delicious Middle Eastern dishes from the family run (and very beautiful) Marylebone cafe and restaurant. 

What’s on the menu: The breakfast menu offers varieties of poached eggs with your choice of red lentils, spring onions, parsley, tarragon oil and Greek yoghurt or with avocado, pomegranate and parsley, or on their own, all with toasted sourdough. Bigger appetites can order the “villagers' breakfast” with fried eggs, mjaddara, crispy onions and sumac or the “North African Connection” of soft scrambled eggs, smashed avocado, harissa and paratha. There's also granola, shakshouka and freshly squeezed juices on offer.

How to order: Order on their website

Follow them for more info: @pear.ldn.


Riding House CafeRiding House Cafe

Where: 43-51 Great Titchfield St, Fitzrovia, London W1W 7PQ

In a nutshell: Fitzrovia restaurant does at-home kits.

What’s on the menu: As part of their Riding House at Home offering, Riding House Cafe has a number of meal kits for breakfast and brunch. These include a full English breakfast for two and buttermilk pancakes.

How to order: Order on their website

Follow them for more info: @housecafes


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Food delivery in London, by area...

North: Islington, Highbury, Stoke Newington  |  King's Cross, Camden & Clerkenwell 

SouthBorough, London Bridge, Bermondsey |  Clapham, Brixton  |  Peckham, Camberwell, Dulwich

East: Hackney  |  Shoreditch and Spitalfields  |  Walthamstow and Leyton

West: Chelsea, Kensington & Belgravia  |  White City and Notting Hill

Central: Central London restaurant deliveries



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