At Mask, we’re big fans of brunch – from the healthy and vibrant to the boozy and bottomless (let’s be honest, especially the latter). We’ve put together a list of our favourite eateries so you never have to spoil your Sunday with an overcooked egg again!
BEST FOR…. RELAXED EATERS
Caravan offers a weekend brunch menu to match any in London. The unperturbed and effortlessly cool setting fashioned from its New Zealand influence provides customers with a relaxing and blissful experience.
BEST FOR…. PARTY LOVERS
Brunch is great, but how about brunch with a spot of darts on the side? Make your way over to The Flight Club in Shoreditch for a bottomless banquet, music and all day dart competitions.
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BEST FOR… A VIEW
Situated on the top floor of The Heron Tower, Duck and Waffle serves an all-day menu from 11am to 2am. The brunch menu includes signature dish, the duck and waffle, consisting of confit duck with fried duck egg and maple syrup.
BEST FOR…. BOOZING
Order a veggie full English, or maybe a spiced crab cake and wash it down with unlimited prosecco. Prices at Forge and Co range from £4 plus £10 for a glass of prosecco with refills.
BEST FOR… NYC SPIRIT
If you’re a lover of pancakes and French toast, then head over to Stax. The pancakes here come with the likes of chocolate chips, blueberries or roasted strawberries. We’d recommend the buttermilk marinade fried chicken and waffles. Yes, fried chicken, for breakfast.
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BEST FOR… UNUSUAL TASTES
The bacon naan has become a brunch legend here at Dishoom, with restaurants also in Shoreditch, Carnaby and King’s Cross. Expect queues of early bird city dwellers rivalling for a table. Fortunately they serve coffee in the queue!
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Are there are any other brunch spots we should check out? Tweet us @Mask_Events with your recommendations!
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