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The best places in Greenwich to brunch this spring

Spring is here and with it, a Sunday morning phenomenon that is always better in the sunshine, so here are eight of the best places to go for brunch in Greenwich.


Grind is an all-day restaurant and cocktail bar in the heart of historic Greenwich, close to Greenwich Market and the Cutty Sark. 

Their scrummy weekend brunch menu runs on Saturdays (12pm-5pm) and Sundays (12pm-6pm). 

The menu ranges from a full English breakfast to Korean fried chicken sandwiches. 

Choose from their delicious range of cocktails, which includes Grind Espresso Martini, Siloah Old Fashioned, Winter Margarita, Northern Lights and more. 

Or you can have a Bottomless Brunch which is available before 5pm and is 90 minutes of as much prosecco as you can (responsibly) drink for £16. 

You can add a portion of invisible chips for £3 and Grind will match it in donations to Choose Love, a charity doing whatever it takes to help refugees and displaced people from the crisis in Ukraine.

Address: 17-19 Nelson Rd, London, SE10 9JB

Contact details: 0203 823 6545 or [email protected]

Slug and Lettuce O2

The Slug and Lettuce O2, firmly believe that brunch is one of the most important meals of the day.

On arrival, you will be invited to choose your food & drink options from their bottomless menu. 

From only £30 per person, perhaps go for the Pornstar Pancakes (V), a Slug & Lettuce favourite. 

Choose from a wide drinks menu, prosecco by the glass or mimosas, Aperol spritz, Bloody Marys or even go for a Virgin Mary. 

Your drinks will be topped up for the whole two hours of your stay. 

Address: 13 Peninsula Square, London SE10 0DY

Contact details: 020 3375 6323 or

Royal Teas

This popular local café is full of individual charm and character that is a perfect spot after a stroll up Royal Hill. 

Royal Teas offers delicious healthy brunch options – plus sweet treats like homemade cakes and vegan ice cream sandwiches.

There’s a large selection of coffee beans and tea varieties on offer, that can be ordered alongside one of the all-day breakfasts.

There are plenty of options at Royal Teas, and it’s easy to see why the locals think this is one of the best brunch options in Greenwich.

Address: 6 Royal Hill, Greenwich, London SE10 8RT

Contact details: 020 8691 7240 or follow @royalteascafe

The Pavilion Café 

You’ll find the recently refurbished Pavilion Café at the top of the hill by the Royal Observatory in Greenwich Park.  

When the weather is warm you can make the most of the large garden at the front and rear of the building.

Their lunch menu includes freshly made stone-baked pizzas, soup, sandwiches and hearty hot dishes.

There’s a wide variety of cakes or traditional English cream tea for an afternoon treat.

Address: Charlton Way, Greenwich, London SE10 8QY

Contact details: 020 8305 2896 or follow @theroyalparks

Heap’s Sausages 

Looking for more of a quick brunch on the go? Heap’s is the hidden gem of Greenwich. 

Tucked away in a small side street, just around the corner from Greenwich Park, you’ll find the magical home of Heap’s.

Choose from a range of gourmet sausages, whether you’re going for the signature bangers, having a breakfast bap or tucking into a full English fry-up.

Heap’s carefully constructed menu has been designed to embrace local ingredients, with classic flavours and special touches combining to mouth-watering effect.

All sausages used  are from whole cuts of meat, not trimmings, carefully garnished and spiced, then filled into casings.

You can also pop into their deli to browse the hand-chosen range of high-quality products. 

Address: 8 Nevada St, Greenwich Peninsula, London SE10 9JL

Contact details: 020 8293 9199 or follow @heapssausages

All Bar One O2

Looking for the perfect breakfast spot? Start your morning at All Bar One O2.

Spoil yourself with breakfast every day from 10am and make getting out of bed worth it, whether you’re catching up with friends or taking a few hours to yourself. 

From lighter bites like croissants and the new banana berry bowl to the full breakfast and truffled scrambled eggs, what better way is there to wake up?

Or perhaps go for the bottomless brunch at All Bar One from £30 per person every day until 4:30pm. 

Treat yourself to mouth-watering brunch dishes and unlimited prosecco, gin and tonic, Aperol spritz or your choice of flavoured daiquiris.

Address: Unit 2 Peninsula Square, London SE10 0DX

Contact details: or 020 8305 9522

Las Iguanas O2

Try out Las Iguanas latest brunch menu, with dishes from just £5.95, where you can enjoy Latin twists on breakfast classics, such as the incredible breakfast burrito.

Standard brunch is available every day 11am-5pm.

Fancy a boozy brunch? Why not try the bottomless brunch for £29.95 pp, start with nachos, choose a main and enjoy with unlimited prosecco or draught beer.

Even upgrade and add bottomless cocktails, choose from a selection of cocktails including the classic or strawberry caipirinhas, the mango Collins, cuba libre, passion sour bomb or Huana party.

Mix & match to make your brunch one to remember!

North Pole Bar and Grill 

Last but certainly not least, North Pole Bar and Grill offers an amazing weekend brunch. 

With 90 mins of bottomless drinks (prosecco, cocktails and beer) and American style food, what more could you ask for?

You will also exprerice a three hour party hosted by a professional DJ, each weekend is a different theme, ranging from ABBA to disco night.

AMERICAN STYLE: North Pole Bar and Grill in Greenwich

Address: 131 Greenwich High Road, Greenwich, London, SE10 8JA

Contact details: 02088 533020

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