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Chelsea’s Best Brunches

Brunch: so much better than breakfast, on the grounds that it allows for a lie-in while generally permitting greater indulgence, perhaps even with a cheeky bloody Mary, and the chance to linger for a few hours.

We’re all for it.

From healthy and light dishes that will leave your halo in situ, to the all-out decadence of a full English breakfast with the works, here is our round-up of the best brunches in Chelsea, ready for the weekend.

25 August 2021

Granger & Co.

Bill Granger’s Chelsea restaurant brings Australia’s fresh and innovative brunch classics to Pavilion Road, with treats such as ricotta hotcakes, banana and honeycomb butter, or Granger’s famous sweetcorn fritters with roast tomato, spinach and bacon.

Granger & Co., 237 Pavilion Road, SW1X 0BP | 020 3848 1060
Granger & Co.

Hans’ Bar & Grill

Aside from a genius breakfast cocktail list, there are cold-pressed juices and the extremely tempting brioche French toast with banana, Nutella and caramelised walnuts, and a classic English breakfast, complete with streaky bacon. There are healthier options too, such as coconut granola with blueberries, and vegan pastries. All served in sumptuous surrounds.

Hans’ Bar & Grill, 164 Pavilion Rd, SW1X 0AW | 020 7730 7000
Hans' Bar & Grill

Ivy Chelsea Garden

The Ivy Chelsea Garden’s brunch offering is as diverse as the clientele is glamorous. And brunch in the sunshine in the stunning garden is a delightful experience. The breakfast menu includes pastries, light and healthy options, and a variety of egg dishes. We especially love the simple nostalgia of toasted crumpets with Marmite. Meanwhile, the dedicated weekend brunch menu is served from 11am to 4pm and features classic Ivy staples such as shepherd’s pie and steak tartare.

Ivy Chelsea Garden, 195-197 King’s Rd, SW3 5EQ | 020 3301 0300
Ivy Chelsea Garden

The Botanist

The Botanist’s weekend bottomless brunch is fast becoming a Chelsea institution, with its “All day, all weekend” motto setting the tone from 11am, with the last seating at 8pm. Everything on the varied menu is made from the highest quality British produce and guests can choose to enjoy a two- or three-course brunch, with the option to add unlimited, free-flowing prosecco, wine, Bloody Mary’s or beer for £9.99, or upgrade your bubbles to Champagne Joseph Perrier for £16.50.

The Botanist, 7 Sloane Square, SW1W 8EE | 020 7730 0077
The Botanist


Take a seat in the elegant French bistro of Colbert, where comforting classics such as creamed porridge with compote and granola, American-style pancakes with bacon and maple syrup and properly fluffy omelettes are de rigueur.

Colbert, 50-52 Sloane Square, SW1W 8AX | 020 7730 2804

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