Leaving the house at the weekend isn’t always the most appealing prospect, especially after a lie-in. However, Fitzrovia’s incredible foodie haven provides you with all the motivation you need to try some incredible dishes from Fitzrovia brunch spots.
Pop over to The Arber Garden for weekend brunch: they’re open from 10am on Saturdays and Sundays. Plates include spinach and ricotta waffles; baked eggs, green pea and ham hock with Winchester cheese; and the obligatory avo and eggs on toast. For something a little healthier, but equally delicious, try their Sunshine bowl of coconut, yoghurt, banana, bee pollen and turmeric.
Plus, every Saturday 12.30pm to 4.30pm, they have a dedicated kids table looking after the little ones with mess-free arts and crafts.
Saturday & Sunday – all day | Menus
1 Pearson Square | Book a table
Lupo Bros Fitzrovia is an all-day breakfast, brunch and lunch destination, baking their own bread and brewing their own coffee. Eat in or click and collect
Sunday to Thursday | 8am – 6pm, Fri & Sat 9am -7pm | Menu
10 Charlotte Street | Book a table
Pancakes are pretty synonymous with brunch! Where the Pancakes are offers pancakes (vegan/dairy-free/wehat-free batter or buttermilk batter) with an array of toppings to choose from such as poached eggs, salmon, bacon, quinoa, roasted veggies, syrup, fruits etc. for whether you’re feeling sweet or savoury.
7 Charlotte Street | Book a table
Housed in the stunning former BBC Radio 1 HQ in the heart of central London, with a secret record room hidden downstairs, caravan Fitzrovia offers signature all day dining and ‘well travelled’ flavours from morning to night.
Saturdays and Sundays | 9am – 4pm | Brunch Menu
152 Great Portland Street | Book a table
Beloved Fitzrovia favourite, Double J’s is a friendly breakfast spot where you’ll find plenty of classic brunch options, like porridge, pancakes, breakfast wraps, eggs florentine and more for great value.
Saturdays | 8am – 2pm | Breakfast menu
333 Euston Road | No need to book
This is Sunday brunch, Asian style. Which here means fried squid with Japanese pepper, Korean fried wings, and crispy pig belly bao buns slathered with miso mustard.
Saturdays and Sundays | 12pm onwards | Bottomless available | Brunch Menu
32 Berners Street | Book a table
Their Australian brunch is one of our most popular menus and is responsible for putting them on the map as one of the best cafes in London. P.s. don’t miss their famous Lantana blend coffee.
Saturday and Sunday | 9am – 4pm | Brunch Menu
13 Charlotte Place | Book a table
Time is precious, spend it wisely. At Mac & Wild, weekends are all about going slow and indulging over great food in the finest of company.
Saturdays 11am – 6pm Sundays 11am – 5pm | Bottomless available | Brunch Menu
65 Great Titchfield Street | Book a table
Oscar’s bar and restaurant is situated inside Charlotte Street Hotel, serving classic English and European breakfasts, with favourites such as eggs benedict, french toast, pancakes and the full English.
Saturdays and Sundays | 8am – 2pm| Breakfast menu
15-17 Charlotte Street | Book a table
RAW Fish and Cocktails is a new seafood restaurant, serving a buzzy seafood brunch menu with a live DJ set!
Sundays | 11am – 5pm | Brunch menu
110 Great Portland Street | Book a table