Breakfast in London
The Riding House Cafe on Great Titchfield Street offers a great Sunday brunch from 12:00-16:00 including everything you could ever want, from smoothies to kedgeree!
Gail’s Bakery on Exmouth Market (a short stroll from The Rosebery) is great for a takeaway option, if you fancy having a nice continental in your suite! Alternatively, you can eat there if you decide, no reservations required. As it’s hot cross bun season, Gail’s do the BEST, so make sure you grab one when you’re there!
Muriel’s Kitchen in South Kensington is a pleasant 20 min walk from Templeton Place and it’s definitely worth it! Sunday breakfast is served until 15:00 here, why not visit the museums while you’re there and burn off the yummy breakfast you ate!
Duck and Waffle Is a special one! London’s highest restaurant and open 24/7. You’ll have to book in advance though as this place is very popular for its amazing views across London. The menu is delicious and it’s definitely an experience worth having!
The Good Life Eatery is a MUST if you’re into your super healthy food! They are all about encouraging a healthier lifestyle and their food is a real reflection on this. Breakfast is served all day on Sunday.
The Breakfast Club You can’t consider a breakfast and not think about The Breakfast Club, with locations scattered around London, it’s accessible to all. The Classics are served all day but some of the other offerings finish at 12, so check the menu first.
Our team are real foodies, so ask at reception for some other great recommendations when staying with us!