Wednesday 29 April 2020


South West London was the first area of London I lived in and got to know when I first moved to the city, so it will always hold a special place in my heart, and in my brunch list.

If one city knows how to do brunch, that is London - regardless of what area of the city you find yourself in, you can be sure there will be a good spot to enjoy a a classic avocado toast or Eggs Benedict nearby. But, today, we will be focusing on my 3 favourite brunch places in South West London.

#1 - NAC

Not sure if this classifies as SW but it is close enough so we will let it slide. NAC is a small, yet very beautiful, cafe on a street just off Oxford Street. From the outside, it doesn't look like much, but the inside is beautifully decorated with marble tables and gold details. However, as much as I like good aesthetics, I prefer good food and that's exactly what hey have.

I have never tried anything savoury here, but their three sweet staples are too good not to order: dulce de leech banana pancakes, raspberry and pistachio brioche French toast and crushed cookies with corn flake soft serve. Yes, they are sugar overload and yes, the sugar crash will be real, but 100% worth it. If you fancy a sweet brunch, I would say they are one of the best, if not the best, in London (that I've tried).


If you fancy a big old school traditional brunch, this is definitely not the place to go. However, I love going to Raw Press when I am feeling healthier and want to go somewhere with a chill vibe - it's the perfect place to go after a workout class to get some fuel. Raw Press is a very small cafe in Chelsea, near Sloane Square,  in a very quite side street. It's quite a low-key place and you will definitely not stand out if you turn up in leggings and a sports bra. 

They offer loads of yummy healthy juices as well as a porridge bar with a huge variety of toppings, milks, etc. so you can have your porridge just how you like it. I am not a fan of porridge though, especially when I am eating out, so my go to is always their Blueberry Maple Buckwheat Waffles with Coconut Yoghurt, they are incredibly satisfying, yet light and healthy.


A classic. Who hasn't been to The Ivy? But in all honesty, I don't quite love their food for lunch or dinner - it's alright but there are definitely better restaurants in London. However,  I do really like their brunch. And I also really appreciate that they serve it until 4PM (there's nothing worse than restaurants that stop serving it at noon so you have to wake up "early" to have some avocado). 

Two dishes worth highlighting are the  Lobster Benedict and Eggs and the The Ivy Full English - 10/10 for both. 

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  1. Firstly - do agree with you about Ivy, I am not that over the moon about their lunch and dinner menu but the brunch is yummy! Secondly - great recommendations. I live in Pimlico, so SW is my part of the town and I will definitely be checking out the second spot mentioned here!



  2. These all look delicious! I can't wait until we can go out for brunch again, one of my favourite things to do! x

  3. Ahhh!! You took my heart. I just love your blog!

  4. What a good post. Keep up the good share!

  5. What software do you use to edit your photos?

  6. food look delicious and appetizing!

  7. How do you always come up with such amazing outfits?

  8. What a healthy recipe, thanks for sharing this.



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