Londoners love nothing more than a good brunch, be they bottomless, healthy or not quite the norm. We’ve narrowed down our favourite spots for brunch in Chelsea and Mayfair for a bit of culinary inspo this weekend
Words Georgie Rutherford
An Australian inspired café in the heart of Chelsea serving holistic and healthy food. Farm Girl values fresh, nutritionally nurturing ingredients and delivers them in a warm and welcoming environment. Taste the punchy acai bowl and hearty slow-cooked chicken sandwich for real satisfaction. If you’re in need of an immune boost, order a Liquid Gold Turmeric latte for a real kick. The perfect way to redeem your guilt after the night before.
9 Park Walk, SW10; thefarmgirl.co.uk
Chicama with its beachy King’s Road terrace is a seafood restaurant with a menu inspired by the bold-flavours of Peruvian cuisine. This neighbourhood restaurant features signature dishes such as Whole fish grilled over charcoal and delicious Dover Sole with its fresh fish whizzed up to London from Cornwall daily. To put it simply – sensational tasting food with a photogenic atmosphere.
383 King’s Road, SW10; chicamalondon.com
A gorgeous and elegant brunch spot in the heart of Mayfair with a modern menu largely based around the bespoke Argentine parilla grill. Chef Harvey Ayliffe has recently revamped his brunch menu and made some extravagant and indulgent additions including Japanese Wagyu croquettes with wasabi mayo and waffles with foie gras and duck egg.
34 Grosvenor Square, W1K; 34-restaurant.co.uk
This Chelsea hotspot is perfect for weekend brunch and lazy Sundays. Highlights from the tantalising menu include Eggs Royale and Posh Egg’s Benedict with Cacklebean eggs and parma ham. The Chelsea hangout is one of two London outposts; the other is in Canary Wharf.
27 Cale Street, SW3; tomskitchen.co.uk
The Bluebird and Chelsea seem to have a symbiotic relationship these days, it is hard to imagine one without the other. Enjoy an indulgent two-course brunch this weekend for just £22.50. The menu includes classic favourites such as crushed avocado and poached egg as well as more unusual brunch dishes such as stone bass ceviche with ginger and coriander. Sit in the courtyard to gain your weekend fill of Vitamin D!
350 King’s Road, SW3; bluebird-restaurant.co.uk