The best 5 brunch spots in Notting Hill
Brunch. The king of meals. Better than breakfast and better than lunch. You can't beat it! And there's no better place to have brunch in London than in Notting Hill. There's just one problem... there are too many wonderful places to choose from.
The good news is, we've done all the hard work for you. We've tested all the best brunch spots in Notting Hill and refined it down to our top five choices. It was a tough job but somebody's got to do it!
1. Granger and Co
Granger and Co is simply everything you want in a brunch spot. The large space is light and airy, with huge windows and a busy bustling vibe that makes you feel alive (even if you've had a big night the night before). The menu is perfection. If you're looking for a place to get the classics, this is the place to go. Granger and Co do possibly the best eggs on sourdough we've ever had, and they have an impressive array of sides to go with them.
Top tip: Get there early and be prepared to line up. You can't book in advance unless you're in a big group, but it's worth the wait!
2. Farm Girl
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Farm Girl is a cafe that is just as charming as it sounds. This is the perfect place for the health conscious brunch eater. Delve into a freshly squeezed juice, or get your apple cider vinegar fix (if that's what you're into). Farm girl boasts an Acai Bowl that even the most experienced Acai Bowl connoisseur will be impressed by. If you're into superfoods, this is the place for you.
Top tip: Be adventurous and swap your usual flat white for something more exciting from Farm Girl's extensive coffee menu. The liquid gold latte is to die for (or stick with your flat white because they do that brilliantly too).
3. 202 Notting Hill
202 Notting Hill is a brunch spot for fashion lovers. Firstly, there's a beautiful store on the basement floor where you can browse until your hearts content, and secondly, this seems to be the spot for Notting Hill's best dressed brunch lovers. Scoff your eggs benedict and enjoy a bit of people watching while you're at it. 202 has a brilliant menu that offers something for everyone, whether you're looking to eat healthy (we recommend the fresh fruit salad or the delicious healthy cooked breakfast) or treating yourself to something a little less friendly on your waistline (great choice, we'll take a classic french toast with maple syrup and bacon).
Top tip: Grab a table outside on a sunny day - it's a prime seat for spotting Notting Hill's cutest dogs!
4. Daylesford Organic
We know you're a busy being a girlboss (or guyboss for that matter) so sometime's you've got to multi task and do two things at once. Daylesford Organic Farmshop and Cafe is what you've always dreamed of! Pop in and have a mouth wateringly good brunch (we can confirm the wholemeal spelt buttermilk pancake are incredible) and pick up all your organic grocery needs while you're at it. Meat, cheese, eggs, bread - they've got it all.
Top tip: Grab one of their incredible fresh ready made soups for dinner - they're the ultimate cure for the Sunday blues.
We had to mention our favourite stop for cakes, Ottolenghi! You'll struggle to walk past without stopping - their sweet treats are piled high in the window and they taste as good as they look! They also have an amazing array of salads (and we mean delicious filling salads, not your boring garden variety) on display which you can mix and match to create your perfect concoction. Definitely worth stopping in for!
Top tip: there isn't much seating at Ottolenghi so if you're not in the mood for waiting, grab some mixed salads or cake to go and head out to enjoy the Notting Hill sunshine!