By Kieran Hadfield
The phenomenon that is ‘Brunch’ is one of the many reasons we wake up excited most weekends. The perfect blend of breakfast and lunch allows us to experience everything from avocado and steaming hot coffee to pancakes and boozy bottomless cocktails - all in one sitting!
But in the buzzing foodie capital of London, where are the best spots for brunch? To find out, GIGACalculator.com mapped the highest-rated places to have brunch on London’s tube lines by extracting Google star ratings, as well as ranking each venue in terms of ‘Instagrammability’ and price.
The highest-rated brunch per tube line:
Central: The Common E2 comes in first with 4.6 stars on Google. In this cafe, brunch is served every day at any time! Their diverse menu and perfectly crafted coffee served by friendly staff makes you feel you’re at a friend’s home.
Jubilee: If you’re after a coffee that blows your mind, you’ll want to visit Watch House Tower Bridge (4.6 stars)! Placed in a former spice warehouse, they’re proud to be leaders in coffee and varied brunch dishes.
Circle and District: Cafètarte is the first on the list of best brunches with 4.6 stars. Located in the main shopping street in Kensington, this gem offers a diverse and seasonal brunch menu that ranges from baked goods to hummus and sweet potatoes.
Hammersmith & City: VeganYes Shoreditch (4.8 stars) may not be the first option for those who are looking for a lazy brunch, but their fusion of Italian and Korean cuisines is a must-have.
Bakerloo: Mildreds Soho tops the list situated on the Bakerloo Line with 4.6 stars on Google. Located in an 18th century house in the heart of Soho, this restaurant is perfect for a vegetarian and vegan brunch as it’s 100% meat-free since 1988.
Metropolitan: With 4.7 stars on Google, Amber offer a brunch menu inspired by their eastern Mediterranean roots and the modern London spirit with artisan pastries, sweet treats and coffee.
Northern: Pophams Bakery rates 4.8 stars on Google. This artisan bakery has a cosy atmosphere and, specialising in sourdough bread and croissants, it’s ideal for a relaxed and lazy brunch!
Piccadilly: With 4.8 stars on Google, the intimate DoBar is a prime brunch spot on the Piccadilly line. The intimate venue has a wide and diverse brunch menu - six types of toast, seven varieties of pancakes and nine options for eggs.
Victoria: Stir Coffee (4.6 stars) in the bustling area of Brixton offers vegan options for cakes. It also serves sandwiches, pastries and quiches.
The 5 Most Instagrammable Brunches on the Tube Line:
In first place, the Peruvian award-winning restaurant COYA in Hammersmith & City is the most Instagrammable brunch with 3,561 hashtags. The vibrant and Latin atmosphere combined with the bottomless brunch cocktails are the gram’s favourite!
With a seasonal brunch menu with toasts, wraps, rolls and baked treats, Farmer J on the Circle and District line comes in second.
To see the remaining top 5 and the most affordable, top-rated brunches, see the images below.
To achieve the results, Gigacalculator searched for the highest-rated brunches with at least 4.5 stars and 300 comments from Google users.