Taking influence from Spain and it’s love of food market culture, Mud Dock is a café-come-bike shop that is allll about brunch. Nestled in the city’s docks, the local favourite lists midday staples like pancakes and bacon sandwiches on the menu alongside lighter options including blueberry porridge and smoke salmon with scrambled egg. Brunch is served all day on weekends, but we recommend heading down early to beats the crowds and bag that insta worthy shot.
Ask a Leeds native where to head for brunch and Mrs Atha’s will likely be top of their recommendation. Family-run, this comfortable café has a friendly environment with great food. Breakfast is served all day – the muesli is our recommendation! Ideal to catch up with your girls and get the week’s goss.
Boston Tea Party
Specializing in ethically sourced ingredients and located in the heart of Birmingham, Boston Tea Party is a small, family-owned café that offers affordable, made from scratch dishes. Housed in a beautiful historic building, the extensive menu includes creative brunch options and old favourites, plus some feel good favourites to perk cold days. Great for little ones too if you wanna take the tiny people in your fam.
With branches across the capital, L’ETO is known for their artisan sandwiches and amazing cakes but have recently put a focus on lighter options, including their brunch menu choices which includes egg white omelettes and gluten free porridge. If you’re dodging the coffee bean check out the cleansing and immunity boosting juices too to get that VS glow. Plus, for those with a hankering for traditional options, croque monsieur and pastries are available.
Billed as Brighton’s favourite independent bistro, Mange Tout is open for brunch all weekend serving fresh and ethically sourced ingredients that are locally produced alongside house coffee blends. In true French fashion, the sweet and savoury croissants are amazing, but for some sunshine food we recommend the granola with fruit. The cosy, comfy environment is perfect for snuggling up on a weekend with your bae.
Home cooking without the hassle of doing it ourselves?! We’re in! Everything that goes into Silo’s dishes is made in-house with sustainability being the focus. The eatery mills their own flour, churns their butter, bakes their bread and even produces their own yoghurt, making everything totally organic but also waste free. Keeping things classic, brunch dishes include porridge, bircher muesli and pastries coming directly from the cafe’s own bakery.
The Brunch Club
I mean, we had to include a place called The Brunch Club is our top brunch places right?! This Liverpool establishment is renowned for it’s unusual selection of breakfast drinsk and dishes, like a coco-pops cocktail. Perfect for those looking to try something new, the bathroom is decorated with old door fragments for a weird and wonderful and experience. Our top choice for midday munchies? The North African baked eggs!
On our last count, there were just shy of 40 brunch offerings on the menu at Moose aka Manchester’s worst kept secret. The huge menu reflects the 10 years of dedication from the Moose team to providing the most authentic American and Canadian dishes. Themed breakfasts like the Bronx Brunch or Coney Island are regular favourites, but if you’re on a health kick there’s still loads of choice, and given their name the coffee is too good to miss.
Focusing on healthy, real food and balance, Slim’s have been cooking up a plant powered storm since their launch and now have 2 locations in Belfast. Lighter versions of the classics are on offer, with protein crepes, tofu fry ups and turkey bacon replacing the pork kind. All of the coffee served on site is provided by local suppliers, and the salted caramel popcorn pancake stack is incred. The skinny cocktails are also to die for!
Kember and Jones
Situated in Glasgow’s West End, Kember and Jones is a boho eatery on Byres Road. Whether you are seeing your girls for a catch up or heading in with the fam, this gem caters to all needs. Kember and Jones prides themselves on their freshly baked bread and home roasted coffee. Breakfast favourites include Sourdough Toast, Homemade Granola with fresh berries and natural yoghurt, and vanilla poached pears with Greek yoghurt and honey. Their own signature espresso blend 100% Arabica coffee is served throughout the day, made by one of the cutie expert baristas.
A dublin establishment, you’ll forget you’re in the city at Avoca which successfully avoids the mistakes of other chain restaurants. Stepping inside feels like visiting a market thanks to the bright, airy decor and snapchat worthy displays. All-time faves like porridge, pancakes and eggs are reinvented and beautifully presented for a great take on brunch to make all your followers jelly.
What we love about The Pantry is the personality it has, or more specifically the owners Chris and Charlotte personality. They love food, as do we, and you can tell in the handcrafted dishes on offer all week. The brunch menu is our favourite, at the weekend the venue is regularly packed out with locals sampling treats such as wild east Lothian mushrooms, pancetta and poached egg on toast and a breakfast burrito. Whether choosing healthy or hearty, The Pantry has your back.