From £12 (including drinks)
Waxy’s is lively, fun and, best of all, an absolute bargain. You get five drinks, a full English breakfast and a carvery spread in the price of your ticket, which is a pretty great deal for the millionaire’s playground. The food is fairly basic but plentiful, with the likes of roast beef and Yorkshire puddings on offer. It’s really all about the legendary party that’s known to go on until the early hours of the morning – with a resident DJ cranking up the 80s hits and everyone hitting the dancefloor.
Best bits: the price.
From £18 (including soft drinks)
This relaxed café-style eatery is more of a casual Friday hangout than a big event. You’ll still get your fill of food though, with gigantic portions to tuck in to. Full English breakfasts are served a la carte and as the day progresses you can feast on a spread of salads, main courses and desserts – mainly a mixture of Italian and South-East Asian dishes. Entertainment comes in the more traditional form of board games and kids get a free cooking class with every brunch, so this is a great lazy Friday option for families or groups of friends.
Best bits: Chai Latte, Paella, Bobotie (a South African dish).
From £30 (with selected house beverages)
If you love having your home comforts when you’re on holiday Double Decker is the brunch for you. British fare is strictly on the menu here, with sky-high platters of as much roast beef, sausages, fish pies, and giant Yorkshire puddings as you can handle. It’s not exactly haute cuisine, but it’s good old British grub. The venue is even London-themed, with a British-style pub garden, coats of armour and bus number plates adorning the walls. A live band plays mainstream hits in the garden, and inside there’s a live DJ and plenty of sports coverage for the football fans.
Best bits: Camembert and curly fries – a stellar combination.
Toro Toro is situated somewhere between the bargain and the bling – so if you want to make brunch a bit more of an event without breaking the bank, it’s the perfect option. Just as glam as the other high end brunches, it’s a sophisticated sit-down affair with an a la carte menu and stylish decor. Modern Latin American cuisine like ceviche, grilled octopus and Chilean sea bass is served, and it’s complemented by a selection of high-quality South American wine and cocktails.
Best bits: The ceviche.
Author: Selina Akhtar
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