If you're looking for the best brunch and breakfast spots in the area, you've come to the right place. Kensington is an iconic neighbourhood filled with royal status, chic cafes, and bustling high streets. Nothing beats a morning in Chelsea either. Whether you’re craving pastries and a quick cuppa or looking to take a few hours to enjoy a full English, we’ve got you covered.
This week, we're sharing the best brunch spots in and around Kensington and Chelsea, as well as must-try menu items and brunch tips.
9 Duke of York Square, London SW3 4LY
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The founders of Caravan Coffee Roasters were inspired by the travelling waggon and the spices, flavours, and influences they collected along the way. Vardo, located right in the heart of Chelsea's Duke of York Square, features rustic and bright interiors as well as a fresh and tasty internationally-inspired brunch menu.
Megan’s on the High Street
204 Kensington High Street, London W8 7RG
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What began as an antique shop transformed into a charming (and dog-friendly) brunch spot on High Street Kensington. Their baby blue storefront invites customers to explore their brunch menu which includes a variety of delicacies for everybody, including vegans and vegetarians. For only £20 per person and unlimited prosecco, this is the perfect spot for unlimited brunch!
Granger & Co. Chelsea
237-239 Pavilion Road, London SW1X 0BP
The Granger & Co. terrace is tucked away at the end of Sloane Square, surrounded by mini palm trees and decorated with cosy outdoor seating that will make you feel like you're on vacation. Their famous Fluffy Ricotta Pancakes, delicious Acai Bowls and refreshing, punchy juices are just a few of their must-try dishes!
30 Uxbridge Street, London W8 7TA
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This cosy and laidback interior-styled restaurant, located just behind Nottinghill High Street, spans two floors and specialises in... you guessed it, eggs! Their brunch menu features a wide range of flavour inspirations, from traditional Eggs Benedict & Bacon to unconventional combinations like spicy potato frittatas, chimichurri, and brioche bread in their famous Hot 4 Eggbreak Tabasco Frittata Sando.
20 Kensington Church Street, London W8 4EP
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If you enjoy American breakfast, Dirty Bones is the place for you! This restaurant radiates a quirky NYC joint vibe and is undoubtedly becoming the newest hangout spot. Treat yourself to their delicious Avocado Crumpets for a weekend brunch, or go big and try the Chicken and Waffles with a shot of maple syrup.
329-331 Fulham Road, London SW10 9QL
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Hache, located between South Kensington and Fulham Broadway, gained a reputation as a brunch spot after being known as one of London's best burger joints. Visitors rave about their Smoked Bacon Brioche Roll, and their classic Breakfast Burger is not to be missed. The bottomless brunch menu makes this the ideal spot for a weekend gathering.
The Hunter’s Moon
86 Fulham Road, South Kensington, London SW3 6HR
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Who doesn't enjoy a hearty English pub breakfast? Whether you want a Full English on a lazy Sunday morning or to catch up with friends over a cocktail or two, The Hunter's Moon is the place to be! Their famous Black pudding is a must-try for anyone with a sweet tooth, or try the classic bacon and egg brioche, which always leaves customers feeling satisfied.
260-262 Brompton Road, South Kensington, London SW3 2AS
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In the mood for some French delicacies? Aubaine’s classic and cosy interior-designed cafe is located right in the heart of South Kensington. Enjoy two courses from their free-flowing brunch menu with unlimited Prosecco and Bloody Marys for £36 per person or indulge yourself in their baskets of flaky, buttery pastries that will transport you back to France.