Soho, known for it’s abundance of extravagant bars, burlesque shops and risqué vibes, provides you with a plethora of exciting brunches. Indulge yourself at our one of our five picks…
Words Charlotte Emerson
Jackson and Rye
Good home style American dishes and legendary brunches, served inside a contemporary New York themed restaurant and bar. Enjoy a relaxed intimate atmosphere under low-lighting, whilst listening to the sounds of clinking glasses and lively conversation. What more could you want?
Dean Street Townhouse
Set in a beautiful Georgian Townhouse, built by carpenter John Meard in 1732-1735, indulge yourself in a traditionally British menu of brunches, roasts, afternoon tea and cocktails. Surrounded by open log fires, low vintage arm chairs, British art and candle lit tables it’s the perfect location for an intimate, romantic meal for two.
Honey & Co
Honey & Co is a gorgeous middle eastern themed restaurant/ cafe, set in the heart of Soho. Owners Itamar Srulovich and Sarit Packer have created a menu of delicious brunches inspired by their upbringings in Jerusalem, street market food and family traditions. If you fancy a brunch with a worldly twist, then this is the perfect place for you.
Riding House Cafe
Separated into sections to meet all your needs, Riding House Cafe is set in the heart of the creative and media community. With a bustling canteen, more formal dining room and a relaxed lounge, all joined together by the large dining bar and open kitchen, it is ideal for any occasion. A wide variety of healthy brunches are provided throughout the week, with a few extra additions available on a special Sunday menu.
The Breakfast Club Soho
Perhaps the most famed breakfast/brunch place within London, The Breakfast Club, one of seven located around London, (there’s one in Brighton now too!), provides a chain of deluxe brunches and a galore of delicious breakfast smoothies. With a 1980’s vibe throughout, decorated with rustic bricks and the continuous stream of famous movie soundtracks, there are few more affable temples to nostalgia than this cluttered café.