Oxford Street is known for a lot of things, and now we’re adding Brunch. Here are the best places to eat Brunch, whatever your mood.
There is no better way to celebrate a day off work than a bottomless brunch at Aqua Kyoto. This luxurious location offers infinite pleasure with a menu including a deluxe sushi platter including sushi rolls and nigiri sushi, mixed yakitori , green tea and shiitake mushroom noodles, Datterini tomato, edamame & seaweed salad, a selection of homemade ice-creams and mocha and unlimited Veuve Clicquot Brut NV champagne, house wine or beer.
Infinite Brunch is £55 per person and available every Sunday from 12pm until 4pm.
Bank holiday weekends are all bout relaxation and comfort, both of which you will find in abundance at Riding House Café, 43-51 Great Titchfield St. Just off Oxford Street, this contemporary brasserie offers a delicious brunch menu without the fine dining formalities. Brunchers can expect staples such as warm buttermilk pancakes, eggs royal, and chorizo hash browns. If your looking for a little hair of the dog than the Bloody Super Mario is a must have.
Brunch at Riding House Café is available from 12pm to 4pm.
If you are looking for a timeless and tasty take on breakfast, visit Lanes of London for a quintessentially British brunch. Along with traditional favourite the Full English, the menu offers a selection of cooked dishes, chilled juices and pastries. All ingredients are British and locally sourced which give the eatery a very authentic British feel.
Are you an early morning Shopper? Cote, 6-8 St Christopher’s Place ,opens from 9am on the weekend and is the perfect place for a pre-shopping brunch. Enjoy the charm and quietness of St. Christopher’s Place while only a few short steps to Oxford Street’s best shops. Cote offers amazing French coffees, the finest crepes and classic French toast. For a long day of fitting rooms and walking, order the French breakfast, the essential source of shopping energy.
Brunch at Cote is available from 9am to 1pm.