Best Halal Brunches in London

Are you looking for a halal brunch in London with plenty of food options for you to choose from? The good news is that there are great spots for halal brunch all across the city! You can find pork and alcohol alternatives to suit every taste and budget, plus amazing food presentation worth shouting about. Indeed, if you’re looking for delicious Halal brunches with dishes suitable and totally Instagram-worthy settings, you’ve come to the right place. Here’s our selection of the 10 best Halal brunches to try in London.

1. Drunch, Fitzrovia

The exterior of Drunch, covered in orange tree vines.

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With its pretty and chic interior, Drunch is already known as one of the city’s most Instagrammable cafes. However, the halal brunch at Drunch Fitzrovia really puts it on the map. You’ll find a variety of delicious brunch bites, from fluffy pancakes and French toast to full English breakfasts that include turkey bacon and beef sausage, along with cakes and delicious desserts – all halal. Alongside a delicious menu, this family-run eaterie has a welcoming atmosphere and eye-catching décor which make for a fun and laid-back brunch experience.

2. Palaette, Hackney

A table covered in plates of eggs, crumpets, porridge and fancy lattes.

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A particularly popular halal brunch spot in London that’s grown an impressive following is Palaette. Step inside and you’ll quickly see why: in keeping with its name, Palaette brings a burst of colour to the city with charming floral interiors and a terrace with pretty blankets that make it an Instagram hit. Fortunately, the food lives up to the hype too! Palaette’s all-day sweet and savoury brunch menu includes pancakes, waffles and burgers as well as specialty coffees (including a pink latte!) and plenty of mocktails.

3. Coco Grill & Lounge, Tower Bridge

Small plates of halal meat dishes and a mango smoothie.

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Located near London Bridge, Coco Grill and Lounge offers stellar views over Tower Bridge and the Thames River and is the perfect spot for a romantic halal brunch. While they source all ingredients from the UK, this restaurant focuses on Anatolian cuisine and serves halal brunch dishes packed with flavour. With an extensive non-alcoholic drinks menu, Coco is perfect if you want a completely alcohol-free dining experience with excellent service, luxurious interiors and an electric atmosphere.

4. LUMI, Camden

Plates of crispy pancakes and waffles with eggs, fruit and smoothies on the side.

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If you’re seeking a relaxed Sunday catch-up with good friends over good food, Lumi will deliver it. A relatively new halal brunch spot to hit Camden High Street, Lumi is already getting a lot of attention for its delicious halal brunch bites, gallery lounge and eclectic vibe. Moreover, you’ll find all your favourite brunch classics at this vintage-style café. Choose from pancakes, eggs royale, Turkish eggs and shakshuka, along with some more unusual dishes such as Creole chicken waffles and French toast with orange and ginger mascarpone.

5. Shakespeare Coffee & Bistro, Edmonton

Shakespeare Coffee & Bistro is one of the jewels in London’s brunch crown. The bistro guarantees an exciting brunch experience and culinary adventure of flavours from across the globe! Here you’ll find generously sized portions of classic Turkish breakfasts, a traditional full English, French toast and pancakes – all halal and paired with delicious mocktails. The bistro’s large hall offers some cosy corners if you want a more private atmosphere, as well as live music to entertain you as you dine.

6. Feya, Marble Arch

A restaurant mural of blues, greens and purple with a woman in sunglasses at the centre.

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Feya is a charming, very Instagrammable London café that’s fully halal and the perfect spot for an indulgent weekend brunch. Its tropical pink décor makes it truly unique, yet it also has a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. The halal brunch menu includes all the classics, such as pancakes, English muffins, and eggs, plus a variety of delicious juices. The food, beautiful décor, and decadent, maximalist feel are sure to wow you as a diner!

7. Dyce, St James Street

The interior of Dyce, with round yellow-orange booths, pink walls and mirrors on the ceiling.

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Dyce is an award-winning café with stunning bold interiors and Instagram-worthy dishes that you won’t be able to resist. The surreal yet fun and playful interiors successfully balance childlike escapism with a modern and sophisticated edge. But once you’ve marvelled at the incredible décor, you also won’t be disappointed with the food. While perhaps best known for its indulgent sweet treats, Dyce offers a delicious menu of fully halal brunch bites. These include mushroom toast, smashed avocado on sourdough, Turkey eggs benedict, and loaded omelettes. For something sweet, you might try their pistachio and acai bowl!

8. Sapores, Camden

A table of sweet potato fries, kebabs and salads surrounded by shisha smoke.

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Sapores is one of Camden’s most popular halal brunch spots. While the picture-perfect décor will instantly grab your attention, its delicious halal brunch menu is what will keep you coming back. You’ll find everything from vegan burgers to seafood spaghetti to steak and chips on the menu – not to mention shisha for before or after your meal! Sapores’ fantastic savoury menu pairs all the better with their welcoming atmosphere and trendy vibe.

9. Grounded, Aldgate East

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If you’re looking for a laidback cosy café in London where you can catch up with friends over halal brunch, head to Grounded. One of the city’s prettiest cafes, Grounded offers plenty of halal menu options. These include a full English breakfast served with turkey bacon and beef sausage, fluffy buttermilk pancakes, and much more. Don’t miss their famously indulgent French toast topped with jam, sugar and almonds! (And if you’re in the mood for a more savoury meal in Aldgate East, we’d highly recommend This Is Amber: one of the very best Lebanese brunch places in London.)

10. Boulevard, St Johns Wood

The interior of Boulevard with white walls, marble tables, pink and blue seating and hanging flowers.

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Boulevard is a chic modern café that offers a fully halal brunch menu packed with tasty Mediterranean-inspired dishes. The brunch menu features a hearty Mediterranean breakfast, a traditional full English breakfast, a spinach omelette and shakshuka. If you have a sweet tooth, the Lotus Dream Pancake with lashings of sauce, lotus crumbs, and caramelised banana is the ultimate treat. Be sure to complement your brunch with one of Boulevard’s rainbow lattes, available in matcha, rose, pistachio and saffron flavours.

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