Best London Bridge Brunches

Next time you’re in the London Bridge area, why not opt for a relaxing brunch at one of the local restaurants? This area boasts a variety of cuisines, all served in the charming, historic atmosphere that London Bridge is known for. 

Whether you’re looking for an Italian feast or a Mexican fiesta, there’s something to suit everyone’s tastes. And if you’ve worked up an appetite after sightseeing around the area, here’s our selection of some of the top brunch in London Bridge restaurants for you to browse.

1. Aqua Shard


Treat yourself to an unforgettable experience at Aqua Shard, located on Level 31 of the iconic Shard building. Enjoy unparalleled views of London while you indulge in delicious brunch offerings such as two-course meals for £50 per person, or three courses with expertly paired wines for £91 per person. 

Start your meal off right with a Jerusalem Artichoke Soup starter, perfect for vegetarians, before moving on to a main of Cornish Roasted Hake with winter cabbage and clam sauce. Each course is thoughtfully paired with an exquisite selection of classic wines, elevating your brunch experience to new heights.

2. Grind London Bridge


Start your weekend right by visiting Grind London Bridge! Enjoy a delicious brunch from noon until late afternoon and make the most of their bottomless option – 90 minutes of Prosecco or Spiced Havana Highballs for just £20 & £25 extra respectively. 

The menu features a range of breakfast meals, main courses and specialities like the Grind breakfast for £15, and dressed Brixham crab with egg, house crumpets and mayo for just £9.

3. The Swan


The Swan is a truly unique destination, situated over three floors inside the iconic Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. On weekends, enjoy brunch in The Bar from 10.30 am to 3 pm or in the Restaurant from 10 am to 11.30 am – and make it extra special with Mimosas or breakfast martini! 

The menu specialities are sure to tantalize your taste buds – dig into pancakes and Lake District bacon, or Eggs Royale with Scottish smoked salmon and hollandaise. It’s the perfect spot to start your day in style.

4. The Breakfast Club, London Bridge


East Enders fans will adore the opportunity to brunch at The Breakfast Club as this amazing venue is home to a host of official Pat Butcher memorabilia. Weekend brunch is served from 7.30 am until 5 pm and includes Club Classics, such as Huevos Rancheros, and a variety of pancakes. 

Diners with a hearty appetite can tuck into The Full Monty Breakfast priced at £18 or fried chicken, bacon, and waffles, priced at £17. Breakfast Special Combos include a hot drink, and a range of beverages are available.

5. Provisioners


Provisioners Restaurant is located in the majestic Dixon Hotel, near Tower Bridge. This Italian-inspired restaurant offers up the best of fresh British produce. Weekend brunches feature a three-course set menu with bottomless Prosecco or Vintage Champagne. 

A choice of delicious pancakes with either fruit, ricotta and syrup or bacon and maple syrup kick off the menu. This is followed by a selection of sourdough pizza options. Dessert options include Nutella or pistachio doughnuts with ice cream – an indulgent way to end your brunch.

6. Santo Remedio, London Bridge


If you prefer a more cosmopolitan Mexican brunch, why not check out Santo Remedio London Bridge? Bottomless weekend brunches are served between 12 noon and 4.30 pm. Bottomless options include classic Margaritas, cava and Mexican beers. 

Regional menu dishes are a feature of the menu, including unmissable Smokey Barbacoa Marinated Lamb Cutlets. You can create your own Tacos at the table, including wood fire-grilled Sea Bass a La Talla and 12-hour cooked Bone In Short Rib Beef. Delicious dessert options include Churros and Mexican Dark Chocolate and Rum Tart. Now that’s what we call a fiesta.

7. Amazing Grace


As its name suggests Amazing Grace is a truly fantastic venue, set inside an old church. This live music bar serves Asian-inspired weekend brunches to tantalise anybody’s taste buds. 

Menu options include Gai Tod, Thai fried chicken with rice, sriracha mayo, coriander and chilli, and Krapow Moo – the restaurant’s signature dish. Krapow Moo consists of stir-fried chilli and basil pork mince served on rice with the addition of a fried egg for good measure! Amazing Grace has an exciting cocktail menu and also serves wine, champagne and beers.

8. Pizza Pilgrims, London Bridge


Check out the Bottomless Infinity Pizza Brunch available on selected Saturdays. You’ll need to buy tickets for your brunch, and they’re priced from £37.50 per person. Guests can enjoy unlimited pizza, Prosecco, wine and pints for up to 90 minutes, alcohol-free drinks are also available on request. 

Pizzas include Margherita, Double Pepperoni with Spicy Honey and Mushroom with Truffle. Vegetarian and vegan options are available on request, so everyone can enjoy the feast!

9. Casa do Frango, London Bridge

Get transported to the Algarve when you opt to brunch at Caso do Frango. This Portuguese restaurant serves traditional Piri Piri like no other! Menu options include Iberico Pork Croquettes and Portuguese salt cod Bacalhau Fritters – both priced at £8. All menu items are ideal for sharing, so order several dishes and prepare to dip in with your friends. 

The restaurant’s signature dish is Frango Piri Piri, consisting of half a chicken which is slowly grilled over wood charcoal and brushed with Caso do Frango’s secret Piri Piri blend. A variety of sides are available, including Montanheira Salad and Batatas Fritas. The dessert menu includes Casa Almond Cake and Pastel de Nata. Dessert wines, cocktails, and Portuguese wines are all available.

10. Gaucho, Tower Bridge


Just a couple of minutes away from Tower Bridge, Gaucho’s restaurant offers outstanding views of the Thames. This dog-friendly restaurant serves up weekend brunches with music and an artistic theme. Starter options include a selection of Argentine sausages and Prawn Tostada. The main menu features an Argentine beef burger served with chips or salad, and Pasta a la Norma, which is suitable for vegetarians. There is a range of cocktails, wines, lager and non-alcoholic beverages on the drinks menu.

That’s our selection of 10 of the best brunch in London Bridge venues to check out when you’re in the area. Why not sample a few of them over the coming weeks?

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