East London Brunch Guide

East London Brunch Guide

No weekend morning is complete without brunch. Whether you fancy a bottomless feast, an all-you-can-eat, or a set-menu, we’ve put together a guide to the best brunch spots in East London. 



This 70’s Capri-style and all-day long trattoria in the middle of Shoreditch offers an explosive menu mixing old Italian classics with fun twists. From oozing pesto heart burrata to Neapolitan pizza, dolce and banana pancakes to its Instagram famous lemon meringue pie, it’s worth booking a table to beat the crowds. 
Location: 54-56 Great Eastern St, London, EC2A 3QR


The Pavilion Café 

This Victoria Park gem is a great place for a fresh, Sri Lankan brunch. Specialities include Iddyappam (a rice noodle dish made with coconut milk), avocado on toast served with coconut sombal (a mix of coconut, fried onion, chili flakes and lime) and warm dhal served with fresh roti. 

Location: Old Ford Road, London, E9 7DE


The Vincent 
Popular with vegetarians, The Vincent serves a delicious range of meat free options including shakshuka, veggie hash and vegeree (sweet potato fitters). There is also number of meaty options available, making it the perfect brunch option for everyone. 
Location: 2 Atkins Square, Dalston Lane, Hackney, London E8 1FN


Duck and Waffle

Duck and Waffle, situated on the 40th floor of the Heron Tower, Liverpool Street, offers some of the best views of the city, as well as a playful take on traditional British cuisine with European influences. Their vast brunch menu includes the infamous Duck and Waffle, smoked salmon royale and eggs florentine. 
Location: 110 Bishopsgate, London, EC2N 4AY


Bread Street Kitchen 

If you’re after a bottomless, free-flowing prosecco brunch, Bread Street Kitchen offers 1.5 hours of delicious prosecco with a main course and desert for £40 each. Bread Street Kitchen also offers fun entertainment for kids, including magicians and face painting. 
Location: 10 Bread Street, London, EC4M 9AJ 



For a spicy start to your morning, breakfast specialities at Dishoom include masala eggs, bacon naan rolls or the big Bombay - a take on the classic fry up. The restaurant is decorated to look like an Irani, Persian-style café from 1930’s Bombay, and is now taking bookings for up to 6 people. 
Location: 7 Boundary Street, London, E2 7JE


Each of these recommended venues are in line with the current Covid-19 safety regulations, and we recommend following the official UK guidelines for staying safe outside of your home to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience. 


Are you looking for a stylish and modern home on Shared Ownership In East London?  

Our brand-new Shared Ownership development in East London, The Refinery, is perfectly located in the rejuvenated Royal Docks area of West Silvertown, E16. 

To receive exclusive monthly email updates about this one, two and three-bedroom development, register your details with us now on our website.