Food from Sunny Places, at Megan’s
27 Circus West Village
Brunch is served at Megan’s at the Power Station until 5pm every day of the week, including lots of gluten-free options. If you’re hungry, try the Turkish Brunch Feast.
Jamaican Brunch (with Rum) at Cottons Vauxhall
Flagstaff House, St George’s Wharf
Cottons is a flavour sensation any time of day. Saturday and Sunday brunch is served with an island vibe and bottomless rum punch.
Inventive Filipino Pastries at Kapihan
13A Parkgate Road
Kapihan’s knack for applying European techniques to Filipino and Asian breads and pastries makes it “London’s most innovative new bakery,” according to Eater.
Espresso and Italian Baked Goods at Italo Delicatessen
13 Bonnington Square
An Italian corner coffee shop and delicatessen with al fresco tables. The perfect spot for an espresso with eggs and good bread or a freshly baked pastry. The cooked lunch menu items are amazing too.
A ‘Porridge Power Up’ at Livewire Kitchen
Vox Studios, 1–45 Durham Street
Livewire does brain-boosting food and drinks that are ‘designed with your wellbeing front of mind’, which makes this a great place to start the day. Menus change weekly.
European Brunch with Bottomless Prosecco at Fiume
Circus West Village
Several of the district’s new landmark restaurants offer weekend brunch menus, and Fiume is one of the best. Think baked eggs with spicy nduja and free-flowing Prosecco.
Norwegian Waffles at Black Sheep Coffee
Unit 20 Circus Road West
Black Sheep has coffee shops across London, and each one is different. At the Nine Elms branch, you can get their Norwegian waffles, paired with a variety of flavours, including brown cheese and jam.
Pancakes and Locally Roasted Espresso at Black Cab
1 Riverlight Quay
Black Cab Coffee made a name for itself – literally – by selling coffee and cocktails out of repurposed Black Cabs. Their first ever bricks-and-mortar café is now open in Nine Elms.