Best Breakfast and Brunch Places in Nine Elms

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Best Breakfast and Brunch Places in Nine Elms

Duck & Waffle
Duck & Waffle
4.2 (6046 ratings)
British and European cuisine served 24/7 in modern, 40th-floor space with floor-to-ceiling windows.
110 Bishopsgate, London, EC2N 4AY, United Kingdom
Modern European restaurantBreakfast restaurantBritish restaurantBrunch restaurantCocktail barRestaurant
Mentioned by Female Foodie
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"There are great restaurants in London and then there are great restaurants in London with views that will take your breath away, and that’s why we recommend Duck & Waffle. Open 24 hours a day all year long, duck and waffle serves everything from breakfast to lunch to brunch to late-night bites. We recommend trying the breakfast or brunch for your first meal here- easier on the wallet but still just as delicious as ever."
Mentioned by SquareMeal
The best doughnuts London has to offer
"What: A savoury doughnut – yes it is a thing, and yes it is delicious. The spicy ox cheek doughnut at Duck & Waffle has been a firm fixture on its menu for quite some time and frankly we’re not surprised. This decadent starter is filled with slow-cooked spicy ox cheek, the crispy outer coating is dusted with paprika sugar and it comes served with a generous dollop of apricot jam for good measure."
Mentioned by standard.co.uk
The 29 most romantic restaurants in London
"There’s one very obvious reason why Duck & Waffle features in this list — the views. The restaurant is one of the highest in London and it has the impressive outlook to match (just be sure to specify a table by the window, otherwise the effect isn't quite the same). That said, there are plenty of other reasons to come."
The Wolseley
The Wolseley
4.5 (3910 ratings)
Media types descend here for Modern European food, afternoon tea and grand art deco glamour.
160 Piccadilly, St. James's, London, W1J 9EB, United Kingdom
European restaurantBreakfast restaurantBrunch restaurantLunch restaurantModern European restaurantRestaurantBrasserieTea house
Mentioned by Condé Nast Traveler
30 Best Restaurants in London
"Set in a 1920s car showroom, this grand all-day brasserie exudes a heady glamor, with its gleaming marble floors, red-and-gold Japanese panels, and sleek leather banquettes. Londoners tend to come to take in breakfast and the paper, with a menu that runs from stacked pancakes to an impeccable omelet Arnold Bennett, layered with smoked haddock and creamy hollandaise. The stately surroundings that never feel too stiffly formal; drop by on a whim for just about anything you fancy."
Mentioned by Secret London
17 London Breakfasts You Must Try Before You Die
"Don’t be put off by the celebrity clientele; you don’t have to be rolling in it to breakfast like a king at The Wolseley, The restaurant is famous for having the best Eggs Ben in London and, at £7.50 a plate, it’s hardly got a Mayfair price tag. If you do feel like splashing out, mind, there is a luxurious caviar omelette on the menu for £70. 📍 160 Piccadilly, W1J 9EB"
Mentioned by Country and Town House
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"You can’t help but feel that you’re a ‘someone’ from the moment you step inside. The menu is extensive and caters to all tastes; the devilled lambs kidneys, haggis and grilled kippers are big-hitters, but for those who aren’t big morning eaters there’s granola, fruit and bread to graze on. If AA Gill wrote a whole book about it, then it’s got to be good."
Granger & Co. Chelsea
Granger & Co. Chelsea
4.4 (818 ratings)
Eclectic fare with an Australian flair served in a simple setting with a sophisticated vibe.
237-239 Pavilion Rd, London, SW1X 0BP, United Kingdom
Australian restaurantBreakfast restaurantRestaurant
Mentioned by Time Out London
Brunch season has finally arrived
"Restaurants Australian Notting Hill. Bill Granger has built a TV cooking career out of selling the Aussie dream: lots of sunlight, casual vibes and easy-going, photogenic dishes. As one of his London outlets, this Notting Hill eatery ticks all the boxes: it’s spacious and bright with big windows and verdant views."
Mentioned by Secret London
17 London Breakfasts You Must Try Before You Die
"Granger and Co. make their ricotta hotcakes (that’s pancakes to you and I) thick and fluffy, with a texture as light as heavenly clouds. They’re served with banana and honeycomb butter, giving you just the right amount of sugary sweet energy to start your day. 📍 Various locations"
The Breakfast Club Soho
The Breakfast Club Soho
4.2 (2540 ratings)
English and American breakfasts, plus comfort foods and burgers in cheerful, quirky surrounds.
33 D'Arblay St, London, W1F 8EU, United Kingdom
Breakfast restaurantCafeRestaurant
Mentioned by coolplaces.co.uk
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"Breakfast Clubs are gradually spreading across London, and for good reason!. The clue’s in the name… these guys serve breakfast all day long and high on most customer’s lists are their tasty savoury and sweet American-style pancakes. With a range of options, you can top your pancakes with The All American: eggs, sausage, home-style fried potatoes, streaky bacon and maple syrup, or treat your sweet tooth with fresh berries and vanilla ice cream."
Mentioned by Time Out London
London’s best pancake restaurants
"Restaurants Diners Spitalfields. Available to order online. Breakfast naturally takes centre stage at this cluttered, ersatz homage to John Hughes’s cult ‘youth’ movie, although this Club runs right through from brunch to dinner, with pancakes rolled out and stacked up in mind-boggling quantities."
Where The Pancakes Are
Where The Pancakes Are
4.4 (1510 ratings)
Arch 35a, 85a Southwark Bridge Rd, London SE1 0NQ, United Kingdom
Pancake restaurantBreakfast restaurant
Mentioned by Time Out London
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"Restaurants Crêperies Southwark. They say: ‘Our online store offers a small repertoire of pancake boxes and other bits to help you make our signature pancakes at home.’. The sweet stuff: Okay, it’s not quite ordering dessert."
Cote - Windsor
Cote - Windsor
4.4 (1732 ratings)
Modern, all-day French brasserie chain, serving regional specialities and traditional classics.
71-72 High St, Eton, Windsor SL4 6AA, United Kingdom
French restaurantBarBistroBreakfast restaurantGluten-free restaurantRestaurantBrasserieWi-Fi spot
Golden cafe
Golden cafe
4.6 (203 ratings)
96 Station Rd, Addlestone, KT15 2AD, United Kingdom
RestaurantBreakfast restaurant
LEON
LEON
4 (343 ratings)
Outlet of a health-conscious counter-serve chain taking inspiration from around the Mediterranean.
36 Great Marlborough St, Carnaby, London, W1F 7JF, United Kingdom
Health food restaurantBreakfast restaurantCoffee shopFast food restaurantLunch restaurant
Mentioned by Time Out London
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"A chain on a mission, Leon wants us to eat healthily when we’re on that fast-food treadmill. Ok, lunch comes in a cardboard box with plastic cutlery, but the ingredients are seasonal and eco-friendly, right down to the last green pea. Leon’s worthy message is even easier to swallow when the bill arrives."
Mentioned by carnaby.co.uk
Restaurants
"Natural and delicious fast food specialising in hot boxes, wraps and salads, inspired by the flavours, variety and healthiness of Mediterranean cooking."
The Association Restaurant
The Association Restaurant
4.1 (18 ratings)
Lakeside Way, Wembley Park, Wembley HA9 0BU, United Kingdom
Fine dining restaurantBreakfast restaurantRestaurant
The Lampery
The Lampery
4.3 (145 ratings)
Modern British menu with elevated plating design in a contemporary space with rich interior details.
1 Seething Ln, London, EC3N 4AX, United Kingdom
Modern British restaurantBarBreakfast restaurantCocktail barModern European restaurant
Mentioned by DesignMyNight
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"While The Lampery are churning out refined British dishes in the heart of the Apex Hotel City of London, it's their interiors that we're looking towards. Not only will you gush over the marble tables and the luxe seating options, you'll be bowled over by the foliage hanging over head."

Best Coffee Shops and Cafes in Nine Elms

Cafe Tamra
Cafe Tamra
4.4 (231 ratings)
Relaxed, family-owned cafe serving breakfast & lunch classics alongside coffee, ciders & wine.
63 Northcote Rd, London, SW11 1NP, United Kingdom
CafeBistroBreakfast restaurantBrunch restaurantCoffee storeDog cafeLunch restaurant
Mentioned by Suitcase Magazine
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"A brother-and-sister owned café in the heart of nappy valley, this place turns out a really solid all-day brunch menu. Those living in Clapham will have enjoyed the Mediterranean feel of the high street being pedestrianised last summer, which lives on a little in Café Tamra's street-side seating area. In addition to their usual menu, they're now serving toasties, sarnies and French toast with bananas and Canadian Maple Syrup."
Söderberg Soho
Söderberg Soho
4.5 (209 ratings)
36 Berwick St, London, W1F 8RR, United Kingdom
CafeBakeryBrunch restaurantCoffee shopEvent venueLoungeLunch restaurantScandinavian restaurantSwedish restaurant
Mentioned by ELLE
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"A Swedish bakery and coffee shop, this spot is located in Edinburgh and in London and brings customers a variety of ‘classic’s including the cinnamon and cardamom buns, Kladdkaka, Mazarins, pistaschio horseshoes and chocolate balls. We’re a big fan of its Semla buns (think cardamom buns filled with almond paste and whipped cream). Söderberg also serves an all-day drinks menu of the usual breakfast staples (coffees, iced lattes and teas) as well as cocktails, wine, beer and spirits."
Mentioned by NOTSOBASICLONDON
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"Swedish bakery Soderberg made a name for themselves in their hometown of Edinburgh, Scotland and have now migrated South to London’s Soho. They offer authentically Swedish food including open sandwiches, cakes and of course no Scandi cafe would be complete without a freshly baked cinnamon bun. Catch them out of the oven when they are warm and squidgy."
Mentioned by Hot Dinners
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"This Swedish-inspired bakery actually started in Edinburgh, where they have multiple bakeries, before expanding to London. The main events are their cinnamon and cardamom buns, kladdkaka, mazarins, pistaschio horseshoes and chocolate balls. Dine in and you can have waffles, open sandwiches and a very Swedish brunch."
Candy Cafe
Candy Cafe
4.3 (212 ratings)
Free wifi plus specialities including Malaysian coffee and kaya toast, with student discounts.
First Floor, 3 Macclesfield St, London W1D 6AU, United Kingdom
Cafe

Popular Gardens in Nine Elms

Waterlily House
Waterlily House
4.7 (22 ratings)4.5 (19 ratings)
Kew Rd, Richmond, TW9 3ED, United Kingdom
GreenhouseNature & ParksGardens
Mentioned by Piccolo Explorer
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"Summer is the best time of year to stop by the Waterlily House, a small, square glasshouse by the Palm House, to see the amazing Santa Cruz waterlilies, lotus flowers and other aquatic plants. The lily pads of the Santa Cruz waterlilies grow up to two metres wide!. Fun fact: the circular pond spans over 10 metres and is dyed black (using a harmless food dye) weekly to stop algae growth"
Chelsea Physic Garden
Chelsea Physic Garden
4.6 (1164 ratings)4.5 (541 ratings)
Second-oldest surviving botanical garden in England, founded in 1673 for medicinal plant study.
66 Royal Hospital Rd, Chelsea, London, SW3 4HS, United Kingdom
Botanical gardenNature & ParksGardens
Mentioned by Attractions, Tours & Hotel Deals | OverseasAttractions.com
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"Established in the second half of the seventeenth century by the Worshipful Society of Apothecaries, the Chelsea Physic Garden is one of the oldest botanical gardens in England. Included among the London Museums of Health and Medicine, this botanical garden has some unique features attracting tourists interested in botany. Noteworthy mentions are Britain’s largest fruiting olive tree and the world’s most northern grapefruit that grows outdoors."
Mentioned by London 6 days itinerary
London Itinerary: How to Spend 6 Days in London
"Alternatives: There are many other things to see in the area (mostly in Chelsea), including the Chelsea Physic Garden (fee*), Leighton House Museum (fee), Design Museum, Portobello Road Market, Chelsea Football Club Stadium Tour & Museum (fee*), and the recently renovated National Army Museum. London Itinerary Day 6 – Greenwich or Free Day"
Sky Garden
Sky Garden
4.7 (36292 ratings)4.5 (12265 ratings)
Known as the walkie talkie due to its unique shape, this skyscraper features a top-floor restaurant.
1 SKY GARDEN WALK, London, EC3M 8AF, United Kingdom
Scenic spotSights & LandmarksBarCafeGardenRestaurantObservation Decks & Towers
Mentioned by Lonely Planet Top Choices
Top things to do in London, England
"The ferns, fig trees and purple African lilies that clamber up the final three storeys of the 'Walkie Talkie' skyscraper are mere wallflowers at this 155m-high rooftop garden – it's the rather extraordinary 360-degree views of London (the best in the City) that make this vast, airport-terminal-like space so popular (advance booking recommended). Located on the 35th floor of 20 Fenchurch St, the Sky Garden has front-row seats for the Shard and vistas that gallop for miles east and west."
Mentioned by Country and Town House
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"Located on floor 36 of the iconic Walkie Talkie, the views from the Darwin Brasserie are pretty striking. Although Fenchurch Restaurant – one of Sky Garden’s other offerings – is higher, the Darwin Brasserie has better views thanks to its position further back from the Sky Garden’s atrium roof. A good option if you want to enjoy the sights without the flocks of camera totting tourists."
Mentioned by TripSavvy
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"Sky Garden is on top of one of the skyscrapers found in London. You can visit levels 35 through 37 of the "Walkie Talkie" for free—just make sure to book a ticket in advance."

Best Botanical Garden in Nine Elms

Chelsea Physic Garden
Chelsea Physic Garden
4.6 (1164 ratings)4.5 (541 ratings)
Second-oldest surviving botanical garden in England, founded in 1673 for medicinal plant study.
66 Royal Hospital Rd, Chelsea, London, SW3 4HS, United Kingdom
Botanical gardenNature & ParksGardens
Mentioned by Attractions, Tours & Hotel Deals | OverseasAttractions.com
20 Natural Attractions in London to Escape the City Life - OverseasAttractions.com
"Established in the second half of the seventeenth century by the Worshipful Society of Apothecaries, the Chelsea Physic Garden is one of the oldest botanical gardens in England. Included among the London Museums of Health and Medicine, this botanical garden has some unique features attracting tourists interested in botany. Noteworthy mentions are Britain’s largest fruiting olive tree and the world’s most northern grapefruit that grows outdoors."
Mentioned by London 6 days itinerary
London Itinerary: How to Spend 6 Days in London
"Alternatives: There are many other things to see in the area (mostly in Chelsea), including the Chelsea Physic Garden (fee*), Leighton House Museum (fee), Design Museum, Portobello Road Market, Chelsea Football Club Stadium Tour & Museum (fee*), and the recently renovated National Army Museum. London Itinerary Day 6 – Greenwich or Free Day"
Kew Palace
Kew Palace
4.6 (1472 ratings)4.5 (187 ratings)
Red brick stately home with untouched 200-year-old kitchens within the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew.
Royal Botanic Gardens, Richmond, TW9 3AE, United Kingdom
Historical landmarkSights & LandmarksBotanical gardenCastleEvent venueWedding venueArchitectural BuildingsHistoric Walking AreasPoints of Interest & Landmarks
Mentioned by London 6 days itinerary
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"A trip here offers more than just plants, as you can also visit art galleries, the Great Pagoda, and tour Kew Palace, a former royal residence located within the gardens. You can explore at your own pace or join one of the garden’s guided walk tours that come free with entry. This is a must-see for any garden lover. Kew Gardens are located in outer London and can be reached by public transportation."
Mentioned by Viajario
Kew Garden, o Jardim Botânico Real
"The King George III summer home, Kew Palace is one of London’s lesser-known royal residences and is the oldest building in the Gardens, built in 1631 for a Flemish merchant, Samuel Fortrey."
Cheslyn House & Gardens
Cheslyn House & Gardens
4.7 (377 ratings)4.5 (149 ratings)
3.5-acre park with dog-friendly paths, sculptures & an aviary, plus a pond, exotic plants & benches.
Nascot Wood Rd, Watford, WD17 4SL, United Kingdom
Botanical gardenNature & ParksParkGardens

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