1. Koya Bar, W1
The baby sibling of the cult Koya. Try out the English Breakfast Udon. Find out more here.
2. Pavillion at Victoria Park, E9
Utter bliss on a fine day in Victoria Park. Find out more here.
3. The Wolesley, W1
The crème de la crème of London breakfasting, but be prepared to splash the cash. Find out more here.
4. St John, EC1
Visit the Spitafields branch to snag the best bacon sandwich ever - or pick up a donut elsewhere. Find out more here.
5. Regency Cafe, SW1
A caff in an old-school sense. Find out more here.
6. Dishoom, WC2H
A Bombay cafe, with locations in Covent Garden and Shoreditch, Dishoom shows that brunch is so much more than Eggs Benedict. Find out more here.
7. The Breakfast Club, W1
A stalwart of London Brunching, the Breakfast Club brings out the big guns - if you can handle the queue. There are also locations in Battersea, Angel, Hoxton and Spitafields, with a London Bridge cafe coming soon. Find out more here.
8. The Lido Cafe, SE24
Dip in the lido for a splash to work up an appetite for a charming brunch. Find out more here.
9. Duck and Waffle, EC2
An impressive (but expensive) breakfast - any time of day, as Duck and Waffle is open 24 hours a day. Find out more here.
10. Caravan, EC1
Perfect coffee, splendid eggs, in Exmouth Market. Find out more here.
11. No. 67, SE5
Elegant, affordable brunching in Peckham. Find out more here.
12. Kopapa, WC2
Delicious fry ups, in Seven Dials. Especially good for gluten free and vegan diners - many items are available with soy milk. Find out more here.
13. Ben’s Canteen, SW11
A neighbourhood favourite in Battersea, with great vegetarian options. Find out more here.
14. Market Cafe, E8
Lounge along Broadway Market, and follow it with a leisurely meal. Find out more here.
15. Workshop Coffee, EC1
A nice selection, in a bright airy space. Find out more here.
16. Granger and Co, W11
Owned by Australian chef Bill Granger, there are two branches - Clerkenwell and Westbourne Grove. Expect big, fresh, flavours. Find out more here.
17. Leila’s Shop, E2
Snuggled near Arnold Circus, Leila’s also has a deli, to stock your own cupboards. Find out more here.
18. Fingers Crossed, N16
This cafe is new, but cheerful and cheap - with really great coffee. Find out more here.
19. Riding House Cafe, W1
A gem, and not too far from Oxford Circus. Find out more here.
20. Cafe Z Bar, N16
A Stoke Newington treasure. Order the memenen and watch your hangover disappear. Find out more here.
21. Nopi, W1
An Ottolenghi outpost in central London, bursting with flavour. Find out more here.
22. Mr Buckley’s, E2
A great, and varied brunch - with killer cocktails. Find out more here.
23. Blighty Coffee, N4
Bringing brunch to Blackstock Road - and they have a lovely garden too. Find out more here.
24. The Haberdashery, N8
A Crouch End staple, with magically restorative fresh juices. They also have a branch in Stoke Newington. Find out more here.
25. Counter Cafe, E3
Sit by the canal, and munch your brekkie happily. Find out more here.
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