Eat & Drink

London Is Throwing A Two-Day Festival Celebrating All Things Brunch

There’s no argument around breakfast food being the greatest kind of food, that’s just objectively true. But let us have an extra hour or two sleep in, throw in some champagne for safe measure, call it brunch and you’ve got yourself something truly beautiful.

London thinks so too! So much so, that they’re throwing a two-day festival to celebrate all things brunch.

The London Brunch Fest is going down at East London’s The Old Truman Brewery  on September 1 and 2, where 10 restaurants will take over the residency for the weekend, and offer a deliciously festive menu that will allow guests to sample their way through London’s best brunch spots in one location.

Featured restaurants include brekkie-fiend favourites The Barge House, The Dayrooms Café and Chiswick’s Urban Pantry.

Now this isn’t a regular brunch fest, it’s a cool brunch fest. There will be live DJ sets, flowing mimosas, bloody marys, market stalls selling home made goodies and heaps more.

Tickets are £15 (AU$26) for a single session or £28 (AU$50) for a full-day pass. For more information, check out the London Brunch Fest website.

How To Get There

  • Fly Qantas to Dubai
  • Catch a connecting OneWorld partner flight to London
  • From Heathrow Terminal 4 Underground Station take the Piccadilly towards Cockfosters to Gloucester Road
  • Take the District towards Upminster to Aldgate East Station
  • Walk 800m
  • The Old Truman Brewery — 91 Brick Lane, London

 

(Lead image: London Brunch Fest)