The BEST London brunches for Mother’s Day 2019!
Best brunches to celebrate Mother’s Day in London!
There’s no better way to start mothering Sunday than with a good brunch! We all know the standard brunch spots in London will probably be all booked up, so here are my favourite alternative brunches in London which are perfect for Mother’s Day.
With plenty of variety, there's something for everyone so make sure you show the first love of your life just how much she is appreciated.
Brunch at Chino Latino
Enjoy a bottomless sushi brunch with stunning views of the River Thames at Chino Latino. Located in the Park Plaza London Riverbank, this is a beautiful, relaxing space, with live music too! I really enjoyed by brunch here and this is one of those places I will keep going back to!
Meat Feast at Camino
Brunch doesn’t always have to be dainty, and for the meat loving mums, Camino’s Weekend Meat Feast brunch is ideal! The enormous platter features a mouthwatering selection of delicious Spanish grill, including tender hanger steak, succulent chicken skewers and, of course, real Iberico pork.
Priced at just £20 per person which also includes a side each, this brunch is great value for money too!
I’ve recently discovered how delicious Indian brunches can be! One of my favourites is Gunpower in London, which serves a host of irresistible dishes, including an awesome spicy venison and vermicelli doughnut and whole duck leg with Andhra style tomato sambal and parsnips.
Inspired by Indian home-cooking, Gunpowder is the ideal place for a cosy meal with delicious food!
Indian Accent London
Another of my favourite Indian brunch restaurants is Indian Accent. Brunch here is a luxury affair and it certainly has a sense of occasion to it!
Located in the heart of Mayfair, the brunch at Indian Accent is a set menu and offers a variety of courses, after which you will certainly be stuffed! Dishes include Parsi fried eggs with crispy potatoes and chutney, chilli crab cheese toast with summer cucumber pickle and tamarind ketchu and chicken chilli dabba gosht with baked eggs– a quirky, Indian-inspired take on shakshuka!
The sharing menu costs £40 per person and you certainly get a lot of dishes!
Brunch doesn’t have to be eaten in the morning and Dirty Bones serves their brunch menu for most of the day. Featuring American style food, including my favourite Chicken and Waffles with scrumptious maple syrup and buttermilk pancakes. You can also opt for the unlimited option, with includes unlimited brunch cocktails served to you for up to 1.5 hours.
Motley London Brunch
Motley is a quirky and cool restaurant located in the Qbic hotel in East London. The large space has a very relaxed feel and the live music on weekend makes it the kind of restaurant you could easily spend hours in! Motley also have a no-waste menu which ensure that as little food is wasted in the kitchen as possible. Dishes include ugly roasted vegetable salad and rejected fruit crumble – which are delicious!
Where are you planning to celebrate Mother’s Day this year?
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