Let's do brunch

4 August 2016

Let's do Brunch by Laura Lewis
Who doesn’t love a good brunch? For me, there’s no better way to spend the weekend with friends catching up over good food, drinks and chit chat.

I thought I’d share the best places I’ve been for Brunch. There’s a fair few, so grab yourself a cuppa and settle in.

Row #1
Eggbreak, London
One of Soho House's food ventures and located in Notting Hill, Eggbreak is a lovely little place to escape the hustle and bustle of nearby Portobello Road.
30 Uxbridge Road, London, W8 7TA

Jack's Wife Freda, New York
Let's go international. Possibly the most instagrammed restaurant, Jack's wife Freda is based in New York with a couple of branches dotted over the city. The perfect place for a spot of people watching and the food is delicious - order the Eggs Benedict w/Beet Hollandaise - it will change your life!
50 Carmine Street - Between Bleeker and Bedford Street, New York City

Granger & Co, London
One of my favourite places to have brunch when visiting friends in London, Granger & Co has 3 sites across the city and all are very popular, so expect a queue. It’s worth it though – their eggs are some of the best I’ve eaten in London.
Clerkenwell Green, 50 Sekforde Street, London EC1R 0HA

Row #2
Breakfast Club, Brighton
One of the many London chains to open by the sea, The Breakfast Club is the perfect place to get your pancake fix.
16 Market St, Brighton BN1 1HH

Chiltern Firehouse, London
Great for people watching. Grab a seat in their courtyard and order the Eggs Royale - they're a total game changer.
1 Chiltern St, London W1U 7PA

Counter Cafe, London
Literally on the canal in Hackney Wick, this place serves the best Shakshuka in London. Watch the world go by with views of the Olympic Park.
7 Roach Road, Hackney Wick, London E3 2PA

Row #3
Soho House, New York
This one is a little special but, I had to include it. The brunch I had there was insane - I highly recommend the Kale salad and also the pancakes. Plus, they do a great Mimosa if you're feeling a little fancy.
29-35 Ninth Avenue, New York, NY 10014

Duck & Waffle, London
Brunch at this restaurant is the perfect place to see London from way up high. Enjoy the crazy views whilst eating their namesake - Crispy leg confit, fried duck egg with waffles and maple syrup.
110 Bishopsgate, Heron Tower, London EC2N 4AYWebsite

Sugardough, Brighton
I'm always in my local Hove branch of Sugardough - their food is just too good and perfect for a beach picnic! If I find myself heading into town at the weekend, I tend to visit their newer branch for a bit of brunch, not forgetting to pick up one of their Portuguese tarts for the walk home.
18 Market Street, Brighton & Kingsway, Hove

There you have it! My favourite places for brunch. Do you think I've missed any off that are worth a mention? I'm always on the look out for new places to try, so please feel free to recommend places. 

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