We love going out, sipping mimosas and eating your weight in avocado toast. So we’ve tracked down 5 spots for a cheap brunch in London.
Brunch is one my favourite meals of the day. But it can be expensive and here at GirlCrew HQ, we have found some places to make brunch more fun and affordable. So without further adieu, here are some cheap brunch in London. But don’t worry, just because these places will help you stretch your pennies, doesn’t mean you aren’t in for a treat.
The Good Egg (North London)
The Good Egg started out as a pop up but due to a successful crowdfunding effort, now serves 1,000 customers a week in their N16 restaurant. Where they serve up colourful New York and Middle Eastern inspired brunch plates, with a dinner menu designed to get guests sharing. Alongside a drinks menu of classic American cocktails, craft beers, and natural wines.
Cojean (Central London)
Feed, love, give. That is Cojean’s ethos. They aim to have simple and fresh products, chosen for their nutritional qualities. Popular brunch options are their Instagram friendly acai bowls, green toast and orange superfood salad. They also donate 10% of profits to the Nourrir Aimer Donner foundation, created to fight poverty and to contribute to the sustainable development of the poorest communities worldwide. A cheap brunch in London, with a great ethos on the side – what more could you want!?
DF/Mexico (East London)
‘Shaped by traditional flavours and modern American influences, this is a place for real fast food.’ Serving up buns, grills, tacos and burritos flavour is the focus at DF/MEXICO. Tasty options include pork pibil, steak salad and carne con chilli fries to share with friends. I mean, I don’t share food, but you can if you’re nice.
Blue Brick Cafe (South London)
Situated on East Dulwich North Cross Road, this former Victorian Dairy is now a quaint little vegetarian cafe. The perfect spot for getting some vegan and gluten free cakes. Breakfast is a big deal here that even meat eaters can enjoy with lots of hearty homemade baked beans and thick hash browns. Blue Brick is also BYOB, just a note that it has a £2.50 corkage fee and the cafe itself is cash only.
HASH E8 (West London)
When thinking of a cheap brunch in London, we had to include this crowd. HASH is run by husband and wife team Maria O’Sullivan and Ed Granger. They call themselves ‘a short order British diner/modern greasy spoon’. And specialise in brunch that claims to cure hangovers! Because that’s what brunch is really all about right? Hangover busters include the Belly Benedict, buttermilk pancakes and lots of cocktails too. One of the favourites being Bad Man Milk – house infused coffee, whiskey, maple syrup and milk. The perfect way to kickstart your day.
Did your favourite brunch spot make the list? Where do you like to go for brunch? Leave a comment below and let us know your favourite spot is. If you do go out with friends, make sure you tag us in your pic by using @GirlCrewHQ and using #GirlCrew and give us major #FoodFomo.