Best Notting Hill Brunches

From colourful, trendy cafés to calm and homely restaurants, Notting Hill brunch venues are nothing short of delightful. With so many places to choose from, we’ve put together our top 10 Notting Hill brunches. Offering you some inspiration for the weekend, grab your friends, loved ones, or family, and head for brunch at one of the following spots.

1. Sunday in Brooklyn

If casual fine dining and brunch with an American twist is your thing, Sunday in Brooklyn is a must-visit. Offering a cosy vibe, unwind and relax as you tuck into American classics, including New York steak sandwiches, American pancakes, and steak and eggs.

Fancy something light? Avocado on toast, smoked salmon brioche, and chia pudding are all on offer. Whatever you choose, Sunday in Brooklyn’s flavoursome brunch cocktails perfectly complement all their dishes.

Available 7 days a week, whether you’re looking for a Notting Hill brunch venue to kick start your weekend or to give you a little pick me up during the week, this is the place for you.

2. Beam Notting Hill

Big bay windows welcome you into the delightful modern café that is Beam. With an interior that’ll transport you to the idyllic Mediterranean, Beam’s brunch menu features classic brunches with a middle eastern twist – think shakshuka, Turkish eggs, and a full Mediterranean breakfast. 

Vegan or vegetarian? There’s plenty for you to choose from too. Family run, if you’re looking for a relaxing atmosphere, venture to Beam from 8am any day of the week.

3. Granger & Co.

Light, open, and laid back, Notting Hill meets Bondi beach at Granger & Co. The perfect Notting Hill brunch spot if you’re looking for something healthy, you’ll find fruit bowls, porridge, and vegan granola on the menu. For those after something more filling, sweet corn fritters, scrambled eggs, and even an Aussie breakfast are available. Heading for brunch with friends? Sample a selection of appetising sides and delicious cocktails to start your weekend.

Open Monday to Saturday from 7am and Sunday from 8am, don’t worry about booking. Just walk in and let the friendly team cater to your needs.

4. Eggslut Notting Hill

After a casual brunch with friends? Head down to the infamous Eggslut and indulge in a sandwich brimming with fillings like bacon, egg, sausage, cheese, and steak. Looking for a sweet treat? Eggslut’s buttermilk biscuit speciality is to die for.

Situated on Portobello Road, Egglsut welcomes you to dine at their charming café from 8am onwards. But if the weather’s nice, why not take your brunch to go and enjoy a stroll around the trendy Notting Hill streets?

5. Golborne Fine Wine & Deli

Did someone say fresh sourdough, ciabatta, and deli delights for brunch? Serving popular dishes, including feta and avocado on sourdough toast, homemade granola, and toasted ciabatta, Golborne Fine Wine & Deli is heaven if you’re looking for a relaxed brunch with friends.

Whether you sit indoors or outdoors, sip on your favourite wine and enjoy the flavoursome dishes served as you watch the world go by. You could even buy something from the deli or wine store to take home.

Open from 7:30 am seven days a week, brunch dishes cost as little as £5.90.

6. 202 Café

Oozing a French aura that’ll whisk you away to the City of Love, brunch at 202 Café will leave you spoilt for choice.

Scrambled eggs on toasted sourdough, full English breakfasts, and pancakes are all on the menu. To drink, treat your tastebuds to a refreshing cocktail. Looking for something a bit more luxurious? There’s champagne and sparkling wine too!

Available until 4 pm all weekend, brunch prices start at £8.50 per person.

7. Farm Girl, Notting Hill

Located on portobello road, The Farm Girl is open from 9 am on Saturdays and Sundays. From vibrant acai bowls and granola filled with fruit and wholesome ingredients to poached and scrambled eggs, you’re sure to get your health-conscious fix. You’ll also find sweet and savoury dishes like apple and pear pancakes, Korean and Turkish-infused eggs, and even lentil curry dhal on the menu.

To wash down your breakfast, pick up a kombucha or CBD sparkling water. After something warm on a cold day? Why not try a matcha latte or order a tea?

8. The Shed

Boasting a farm-to-fork menu with locally sourced, grown, and foraged ingredients, The Shed offers a brunch experience like no other. Situated just around the corner from Kensington Gardens, The Shed’s farm-inspired exterior will captivate you. As you step inside, the rustic interior will delight you – think wooden tables, exposed brick walls, and seats furnished with cushions.

Serving brunch and lunch from 12 pm – 3 pm Tuesday to Saturday, select from the à la carte or tasting menu. For a truly unique brunch experience, put your faith in the chef’s hands and go for a farm-to-fork set or group-sharing menu that features monkfish, risotto, chargrilled goats’ cheese, beef sirloin, and scallops instead.

Craving a glass of your favourite tipple? The Shed offers signature cocktails, mocktails, and a wide range of champagnes and wines.

9. Bluebelles of Portobello

What better way to start your weekend than with a trip to Bluebelles of Portobello’s coffee shop? Located on Portobello road, tuck into your favourite sweet and savoury brunch dishes like scrambled eggs, shakshuka, and French toast.

If pancakes are your go-to brunch, you’ll find just the thing. Bluebelles have put their own twist on the classic stack of pancakes. From Eton mess and tiramisu style to savoury roast duck, you’re in for a treat.

Open from 8:30 am, brunch dishes start at £6.50 and can be served with a selection of drinks.

10. The Tin Shed

Last but certainly not least on our top Notting Hill brunch venues is The Tin Shed. Small and quaint, kick off your weekend with freshly squeezed fruit juice before enjoying a selection of bowls, toast-based, and egg dishes. Looking for something out of the norm? Swap brunch for dessert with Shed classics like buckwheat banana pancakes and Eton mess.

Serving brunch from 9 am on Saturdays and 9:30 am on Sundays, dishes cost as little as £4.00.

So, there we have it, our best Notting Hill brunch venues. No matter what takes your fancy, our favourite spots are sure to enchant you. So, why not pop in when you’re next in town and try them yourself?

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