Londoners are always after a good breakfast, it’s a meal we know how to do seriously well. Whether you’re craving a full English breakfast, stack of pancakes, or a healthy and virtuous breakfast, west London is packed with restaurants serving brilliant breakfasts
1 Bush Hall Dining Rooms
The latest addition to lovely live music venue Bush Hall, the Bush Hall Dining Rooms is a trendy breakfast spot that’s perfect for families, particularly their Family and Friends Breakfast Deal, where adults pay £10 and kids £5 for a full English breakfast served ‘family style’ for the table to share.
2 Jackson + Rye
American-style restaurant, Jackson + Rye serves up a massive range of breakfast and brunches, from creamy grits to buttermilk pancakes. This sleek and stylish New York-inspired diner is newly opened in Richmond, and also has a site in Chiswick.
This new-kid-on-the-block in Ravenscourt Park is run by Andy Needham, formerly of legendary Italian restaurant Zafferano. Its breakfast offering features everything from homemade granola to a ‘really good’ bacon sandwich and if early reviews are anything to go by, ‘really good’ is an understatement…
4 Annie’s Barnes
Add some glamour to your morning at Annie’s in Barnes. This beautiful brasserie offers generous portion sizes and a number of Brunch courses. Choose from a full traditional English or Eggs Benedict, or try something new with grilled Portobello mushrooms nad melted brie on ciabatta. Don’t forget to order a bucks fizz too!
5 The Alberts Deli
The Alberts Deli in Richmond offers a wide variety of breakfast food from scrambled eggs with smoked salmon to a selection of pasteries and croissants, all behind a lovely Art Nouveau French shop front. Perfect for a buzzy weekend brekkie.
6 Electric Diner
Whether you fancy indulging in triple choc milkshakes and waffles or your prefer the healthy option (don’t miss the detox smoothie), this Notting Hill diner is the place to go for delicious American-inspired treats. You won’t leave feeling hungry.
7 Chiswick House Café
The Chiswick House Café offers a wide range of pastries and cakes for breakfast, but the best part is its location – sitting in the middle of the restored grounds of Chiswick House, this truly is one of the prettiest places to start the day.
Brand-new to Ealing, Limeyard is a must-visit for true breakfast lovers. With the likes of smoked salmon Benedict, hot buttermilk pancakes and granola with mixed berries and seeds on the menu, all tastes are catered for, and there’s a great selection of juices too.
9 The Botanist
The Botanist on Kew Green is a lovely choice for couples, who can opt for the ‘Breakfast of Champions’ for two to share. It’s also close to Kew Gardens for a pretty post-feast stroll.
10 The Hummingbird Café
With home-baked mango, coconut and maple granola and gluten-free blueberry pancakes on the menu, it’s no surprise this Shepherd’s Bush café has been voted a favourite West London breakfast and brunch spot by The Resident readers. The perfect weekend pit-stop for tasty morning treats made using locally sourced ingredients.
11 Outsider Tart
Like cake for breakfast? Another nomination from The Resident readers, this American bake shop is one for those with a sweet tooth. If you’re in the mood for something savoury, look out for Outsider Tart’s latest venture Blue Plate, which serves ‘soul food’ brunch next door.