Hooray for the looooong weekend!!!
... And with an extra day off work we have THREE days to get our brunch on.
With the help of our friends from The London Coffee Guide
, here are our top picks for bank holiday weekend brunch fun times. We can taste the eggs benny already...
Tuckshop | @Tuckshop_LDN
471 - 473 The Arches, Dereham Place
Tuckshop is an underrated little morsel slipped into an unassuming Shoreditch side street. The menu is prepared by trained chef Magnus Reid, featuring unusual dishes such as spiced baked beans with sour cream and toast. Situated in a beautiful space adjoining a studio and workshop.
The Lido Café | @thelidocafe
Brockwell Lido, Dulwich Road SE24 0PA
The Lido Café is perfect for a late summer morning overlooking the swimmers at Brockwell Lido outdoor pool. Absorb the sublime art deco surroundings on the terrace while tucking in to a ‘Prosecco breakfast.’ Do a few lengths first to earn your reward!
Birdhouse | @BirdhouseUK
123 St John's Hill SW11 1SZ
Eggs, eggs, eggs! Bedecked in sunny yellow, this little avian-themed café serves up a tantalising array of eggy goodness alongside Climpson & Sons coffee. Guaranteed to put you in a chirpy weekend mood.
Brickwood | @BrickwoodLDN
16 Clapham Common South Side SW4 7AB
Brickwood brings proper Aussie-style coffee and brunches to Clapham. Corn fritters with a choice of hallumi and poached egg, or avocado and chorizo ought to sort you out after a heavy Friday night. With an outdoor courtyard at the rear, visitors can enjoy their sunny Antipodean brunch under a (hopefully!) bright English sky. The punchy Caravan coffee perfectly compliments the food's bold flavours, and is confidently prepared by enthusiastic baristas on a stunning mint green La Marzocco, affectionately nicknamed 'Lola'.