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Top 5 Brunches in London

Brunch has become a part of everyday life over recent years. No longer is brunch simply just plain old brunch, now its a social event, with an endless supply of delicious snacks and treats to satisfy every palate. Some brunches are served alongside a glass of fizz of your choice, just to make it that little bit extra special. Where better to experience a top notch brunch, than in London? The capital is home to some of the finest and most diverse brunch menus in the country, so make sure that you put some time aside to experience a truly English brunch experience. Here at Easirent, we have complied a list of our favourite brunch spots, so that all you need to do, is pick up your Easirent hire car from our London Euston branch, and get on your way.

1. Rosewood London

Located inside the decadent Mirror Room in the Rosewood, this special brunch is named the ‘bottomless slow brunch’, and you can literally take that at face value. The staff are on hand to make sure that your plates remain full and your drinks are topped up, as you enjoy a relaxing and delicious brunch. All of the food here is sourced locally, so you can certainly expect a quality meal; we would recommend the smoked salmon with quail eggs!

2. Duck and Waffle

Are you looking for a brunch with a view? Hop in your Easirent hire car and head to the Heron Tower, where you’ll find the Duck and Waffle on the very top floor. Offering panoramic views across the whole of the city, the Duck and Waffle is on the pricey side, but is definitely worth it. Make sure that you book a table, as this place is pretty popular with the brunching elite.

3. Kopapa

Located in the tourist hot spot of Covent Garden, Kopapa is a hidden little gem, which serves up delicious brunch. Sourcing all of its ingredients locally, Kopapa has somewhat of a reputation for delicious Turkish eggs with whipped yogurt.

4. Cookbook Cafe

Located inside the Intercontinental Hotel on London’s affluent Park Lane, the Cookbook Cafe is a classy five star affair, which serves a delicious and diverse brunch to its regulars. Choose from a range of cous cous salads, as well as plenty of different little light bites and a cheese platter. Even though the steep prices may be slightly off putting to some, the brunch is very high quality, and is worth a try, even if it’s only the once.

5. The Breakfast Club

Hop in your Easirent hire car and head to the Breakfast Club, which is situated in the heart of Camden. This popular little spot, usually has a queue around the block, so make sure that you arrive early in order to nab a cosy seat.