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The Best Brunch Spots in Seven Dials

Spring is finally in bloom and to celebrate, we’ve curated a selection of all the best brunch spots in Seven Dials…

The Best Brunches in Seven Dials
The Best Brunches in Seven Dials

A selection of all the finest brunch spots in Seven Dials...

Brunch is back! We’ve all missed brunch, haven’t we?

Seven Dials is home to so many wonderful restaurants and cafes, serving up some of the finest brunch menus in London. So now that we’re open again, we know you’re ready to welcome these mid-morning celebrations with open arms!

Whether it’s a bottomless brunch, a traditional full-English fry-up, or even a selection of sweet treats, there is no shortage of options in the area.

As all of our restaurants and cafes continue to reopen, please keep in mind that it won’t be business as usual for everyone so make sure you check out our What’s Open page for everything you need to know on Al Fresco dining.

Just make sure you visit the restaurant or cafe’s website to plan your visit and book ahead of time.

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26 Grains, Neals Yard

26 Grains dedicate themselves towards a common goal; good everyday food and drinks.

Their philosophy is that food should be sourced at the highest quality, cooked when in season, and paired simply with a few complementary ingredients, making it the perfect brunch.

Apple Butter Cafe, Monmouth Street

Apple Butter Café offers a warm welcome for all with its delicious brunch menu. Cosy yet sophisticated surroundings alongside the most Instagrammable Apple Tree make it a must-visit.

Arro Coffee, Monmouth Street

From the moment you enter Arro Coffee, you know you’re in for a treat.

With decadent coffee options, chocolate treats that would tempt most, and their infamous panettone, you’ll definitely be back…


Redemption, Neal's Yard

London’s favourite vegan resto-bar, Redemption, provides a balance of healthy and indulgent options in the heart of the West End. Their new mouth-watering, plant-based menu has something for everyone so make sure you stop by and stay for the cocktails!

Seven Dials Market, Earlham Street

Seven Dials Market brings together a progressive line-up of independent food businesses, all with roots in the city’s streets, markets, and culture. They’re welcoming in five brand new traders in Bait, Smoke & Bones, Bong Bong’s, Bad Boy Pizza Society and and a completely revamped Treats Club.

To celebrate the reopening, Seven Dials Market has got together with their old friends, Hennessy, to bring you the Seven Dials Market Bottomless Brunch.

Every Sunday, join them for bottomless booze (a choice of Mimosa’s, Prosecco, Gipsy Hill beers or Henny & Lemonade) plus £15 to spend on as much food as you can handle and a line-up of top performers for £35pp.

Demand is very high so make sure you’re booking ahead of time!


Jacob the Angel, Neal's Yard

Brought to you by the team behind the Barbary and The Palomar restaurants, Jacob the Angel is teeming with freshly baked cakes, pastries and pies, generously filled sandwiches, and seasonal salads.

Monmouth Kitchen, Monmouth Street

Offering lush, contemporary Italian and Peruvian cuisine, Monmouth Kitchen’s dishes are vibrant and bursting with flavour, making it the ideal location for your first brunch out!

Just go easy on those delicious cocktails!

Chick 'N' Sours, Earlham Street

While technically not brunch, Chick ‘N’ Sours is one of the tastiest spots in Seven Dials and make for a great choice on your day out.

The brand new ‘Hot 4 U Strawberry Chicken Parm’ features a Chick ’n’ Sours fried chicken thigh loaded up with mortadella, aioli, Kold Sauce’s fermented hot sauce, and… a strawberry sofrito sauce!

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