East London Brunch Guide


East London is full of brunch spots that are full of charm and delicious food in equal parts. We’ve compiled a round-up of the best local spots to start ticking off your list.



This South American stalwart has been producing mouth-watering dishes for East London hipsters for some time now. Specialising in Peruvian health food from the Andes, Andina is as much a bar as a restaurant, making it the perfect destination for brunch. Don’t miss the chicharrón pork sandwich.

Address: 1 Redchurch Street, Shoreditch, E2 7DJ

Telephone: 020 7920 6499

Nearest station: Shoreditch High Street


PEARL Hackney Wick

Sat within the creative neighbourhood of Hackney Wick, this much-loved local haunt is the place to be seen. The menu offers a wide variety of delicious dishes, from melazane parmigiana to beef meatballs. PEARL is also great for vegans and vegetarians.

Address: 11 Prince Edward Road, Hackney Wick, E9 5LX

Telephone: 020 8510 3605

Nearest station: Hackney Wick


Berber & Q Grill House

The low lighting and heady smells at this grill house are enough to seduce any meat loving man or woman. In addition to the grill, Berber & Q is the place to go if you’re looking for hearty, comfort food from the East Mediterranean. Think Turkish eggs, mangal breakfast and Persian granola.

Address: Arch 338, Acton Mews, Haggerston, E8 4EA

Telephone: 020 7923 0829

Nearest station: Haggerston


Morito Hackney Road

Locals rejoiced when Morito announced it would launch brunch on Saturday and Sunday mornings. This Moorish favourite serves a range of Moroccan breads, homemade jams, granolas and pastries with a twist. You won’t regret it. 

Address: 195 Hackney Road, Hoxton, E2 8JL

Telephone: 020 7613 0754

Nearest station: Hoxton



Sat on a quiet residential road in London Fields, Rawduck is a relaxed local favourite with a  reputation as one of the best breakfast spots in East London. It serves a heady mix of toasts, fruits, cereals and eggs.  

Address: 197 Richmond Road, London Fields, E8 3NJ

Telephone: 020 8986 6534

Nearest station: London Fields and Hackney Central


The Good Egg

If you’re walking along Stoke Newington Church Street and you see a queue snaking around the corner, it’s most likely coming from The Good Egg. This eatery has now reached cult status for its Middle Eastern style brunch dishes. We’d recommend the shakshuka.

Address: 93 Stoke Newington Church Street, Stoke Newington, N16 0AS

Telephone: 020 7682 2120

Nearest station: Stoke Newington


Well Street Kitchen

Well Street Kitchen is worthy of the hyperbole. It’s a neighbourhood café serving simple and delicious dishes at affordable prices, such as smoked beef brisket and BBQ pork on corn tortillas.

Address: 203 Well Street, Hackney Central, E9 6QU

Telephone: 020 8533 6275

Nearest station: Homerton and London Fields


Leila’s Shop

Fresh, seasonal produce is at the heart of this Shoreditch favourite. This tiny grocer and café offers eggs, toasts, muesli and yoghurt, each served with delicious preserves.

Address: 15-17 Calvert Avenue, Shoreditch, E2 7JP

Telephone: 020 7729 9789

Nearest station: Shoreditch High Street


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