Whether you like to wake up slowly with a hot drink and your favourite dishes before starting the day, or you’re looking to sit down and relax after a busy morning, you’ll find the very best brunches in Mayfair.
Inspired by Parisienne cafés and with an ethos that focuses on good food and good friends, NAC offers eggs, salads, and a whole array of sweet treats to get your weekend started. From ricotta pancakes with dolce de leche to scrambled eggs with Monterrey Jack cheese and jalapeño mayo, there’s something for everyone in this chic North Audley Street eatery.
NAC, 41 North Audley Street, London W1K 6ZP
Getting There: NAC is a six-minute walk from Bond Street station.
Good for the body and great for the soul, Plants by Deliciously Ella has been in demand for its lunches, brunches and dinners since it opened in Mayfair in 2021. Situated on Weighhouse Street, the menu showcases a delicious range of plant-based dishes including corn fritters, smoky beans and avocado smash. Big salad bowls, hearty stews, dahls, soups and grains also go down a treat, and anyone with a sweet tooth will leave happy after one of Plants’ more-ish cakes and brownies.
Plants by Deliciously Ella, 18 Weighhouse Street, London W1K 5LU
Getting There: Plants by Deliciously Ella is a one-minute walk from Bond Street station.
The story of Popina can be traced back to the excitement that founder Isidora Popovic experienced as a child when she visited farmers’ markets with her mother. The love and regard her family had for fresh, seasonal and local produce has stayed with her to this day, and it remains the inspiration behind this beautiful bakery. And on the menu? ‘Anyway you like them’ grass-fed eggs, green shakshuka and Raclette cheese melts, and Popina’s ranchos with lime guacamole are just some of our favourites. And if that doesn’t sound sweet enough for you, there’s a Nutella marshmallow melt on Brioche with your name all over it.
Popina, 83 Duke Street, Mayfair, London, W1K 5PF
Getting There: Popina is a two-minute walk from Bond Street station.
A café by day and wine bar by night, Comptoir Café & Wine manages to switch from one to another with ease. A favourite with brunch aficionados, Comptoir’s regulars tuck into the irresistible English cooked breakfast with bacon, avocado, mushrooms and eggs, a delicious range of pastries or the super-healthy superfood salads on offer.
Comptoir Café & Wine, 21 -22 Weighhouse Street, London W1K 5LY
Getting There: Comptoir Café & Wine is a one-minute walk from Bond Street station.
Not far from the hustle and bustle of New Bond Street, Everbean’s Avery Row location makes it the perfect place to get away from it all. Whether you want to keep the breakfast vibe going or you’re moving on to lunch fare, there’s a wealth of options to choose from here, including bircher muesli, homemade granola, and a selection of delicious breads, cakes and pastries, all sourced from artisan London bakeries. Brunch options also include organic soups, quiches and pastries, whilst the coffee is lovingly made by a passionate team of baristas.
Everbean Café, 30 Avery Row London, London W1K 4BB
Getting There: Everbean Café is a four-minute walk from Bond Street station.
Michelin-starred chef Ollie Dabbous founded Mount Street’s Hideaway, and this modern-day treasure offers wonderful breakfast and brunch dishes that are hard to beat. Traditionalists will love its croque monsieur options with black truffle, and the H. Forman smoked salmon and cream cheese bagel with homemade dill pickle is sensational. If you’re feeling like something a little lighter, the salads – such as stracciatella, pickled fennel, strawberries and black olives, or grilled green asparagus, basil pesto and toasted hazelnuts, will make you the most virtuous bruncher on the block.
Hideaway, 100 Mount Street, London W1K 2TG
Getting There: Hideaway is an eight-minute walk from Bond Street station.