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Looking for the perfect Brunch in Wimbledon? Whether you are looking for a bottomless brunch in Wimbledon, brunch in one of the many independent cafes or brunch before the Wimbledon Tennis – this post has you covered!
Located in the South of London, Wimbledon is undoubtedly most famous for the Tennis during the month of June. But aside from the sport, the affluent residential area of London is home to the indie boutiques and cafes of Wimbledon Village, the open green areas of Wimbledon common and a popular theatre.
A Wimbledon brunch is the perfect way to catch up with friends or pass the time before going to the tennis. This post shares the best cafes and restaurants in Wimbledon which serve brunch.
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The Best Places to Eat Brunch in Wimbledon
Maison St. Cassien
Maison St. Cassien 71 High Street, Wimbledon Village, London SW19 5EE (020 8944 1200)
Located in the beautiful Wimbledon Village. Maison St. Cassien is an independent Café and Restaurant in Wimbledon Village with a varied Mediterranean and Lebanese menu.
Brunch here is very popular with the locals as well as tourists and is often visited by tennis players during the championships.
The cafe offers both indoor and outdoor seating making it perfect for during the summer. Alongside fresh pastries and cakes, Maison St. Cassien offers healthy traditional brunch options with Mediterranean twists.
The Ivy Café
The Ivy Cafe, 75 High Street, Wimbledon, London SW19 5EQ (020 3096 9333)
The Ivy Cafe is the perfect example of the affluent side of Wimbledon and is a beautiful location for a slow Sunday brunch.
Serving everything from smoked salmon and crab to buttermilk pancakes to eggs royale. Partner one of their fantastic dishes alongside one of their many cocktails (I recommend the Ruby Grapefruit Spritz) and you have the best boozy brunch in Wimbledon.
The beautiful garden terrace means it is a popular option during the spring and summer months, therefore advanced booking is recommended. A private dining room is also available for booking.
Light on the Common
Light on the Common, 48 High Street, Wimbledon Village, London SW19 5AX (020 8946 3031)
Offering a cosy and personal atmosphere, Light on the Common is a restaurant committed and proud to use only the best and freshest seasonal ingredients.
They serve freshly squeezed juices alongside their signature baked halloumi dishes, pancake stacks and hash pates.
Advanced booking is advised for Light on the Common and can easily be done via their website.
Babylon 76-78, 76 – 78 Coombe Ln, Wimbledon, London SW20 0AX (020 8944 9323)
With a dedicated weekend brunch menu, Babylon 76-78 probably offers the widest selection for brunch in Wimbledon.
Alongside various eggs dishes, the colourful restaurant also serves traditional English breakfast options, breakfast burgers as well as plenty of vegetarian and vegan brunch options.
If you are looking to continue your day by heading into London, you can check out the best themed afternoon teas in London.
Chain Restaurants and Cafes in Wimbledon offering brunch
Fire Stables ( A Young’s Franchise)
Fire Stables, 27–29 Church Road, Wimbledon Village, London SW19 5DQ (020 8946 3197)
Fire Stables actually regards itself as the best roast dinner in Wimbledon, however, I also like to recommend them for their brunch.
The menu is limited, offering the staple brunch menus of eggs benedict, smashed avo and pancakes but they are made and served to a fantastic standard.
The gastropub offers a warm and welcoming atmosphere and interiors, making it a great option for after brunch drinks on a sunny day or before walking down to the tennis.
Paul Wimbledon, 87 High Street, Wimbledon Village, London SW19 5EF (020 8946 6321)
The branch of Paul in Wimbledon Village is best known for its daily fresh cakes, pastries and giant macaroons, but a hunger-busting baguette packed with cheese, salami or marinated vegetables and a decent cappuccino will set you up for the whole day.
Bill’s, 20 Hartfield Road, Wimbledon, London SW19 3TA (020 8947 8285)
Whether you are looking for sweet pancakes or a more traditional brunch of smashed Avo on toast, Bill’s will have you covered.
Bill’s offers a great selection of sharing plates as well, making it a great option for a birthday brunch in Wimbledon. The sharing plates come in both meat and vegetarian options which are great to have alongside their fresh smoothies and cocktails.
I generally find you can get a seat in Bill’s without booking, however, I would recommend advance booking for a larger group and during the tennis season.
Despite being a chain restaurant I still find Bill’s gives a great atmosphere and blends in nicely with relaxed vibes of Wimbledon.
Brew Café, 21 High Street, Wimbledon, London SW19 5DX (020 8947 4034)
Over the past 7 years, Brew Cafe has opened 3 different branches across the city. The Wimbledon branch offers a great boozy brunch, with food options consisting of Acai Bowls, toasted banana bread and Chorizo folded eggs with breakfast Martinis to wash it down.
Brew Cafe offers a welcoming, laid-back experience with food which offers something a bit different without compromising on taste.
Bottomless Brunch in Wimbledon
Megan’s 86 High St, Wimbledon, London SW19 5EG (020 3411 5550)
Megan’s is a small neighbourhood restaurant on Wimbledon High Street in Wimbledon Village. Megan’s offers bottomless brunch every weekend at 11 am-5 pm for £19pp for 90 mins unlimited Pimm’s, Prosecco or Bloody Megan’s.
The brunch menu consists of plenty of options for meat-eaters, veggies and vegans (including incredible vegan pancakes) and is so great it has been voted the best bottomless brunch in London.
Nyeat Restaurant and Cocktail bar
Nyeat 14 Leopold Rd, Wimbledon, London SW19 7BD (020 3674 1783)
NYEAT brunch in Wimbledon is the perfect spot to enjoy unlimited bubbles with friends and family. Think free-flowing bubbles, three courses of tasty brunch dishes, and beats.
Playing funky house, hip hop and soul music, Nyeat is definitely one of the more upbeat brunches in Wimbledon and definitely not one to miss if you are looking to start a girls day out the right way.
Currently priced at £39.00 per person.
If you are looking to continue your day after brunch you can visit some of the best cocktail bars in Covent Garden, which can easily be accessed by train from Wimbledon Station.
The Old Frizzle
The Old Frizzle 74-78 The Broadway, Wimbledon, London SW19 1RQ (020 3274 3056)
Every Saturday and Sunday the Old Frizzle near Wimbledon train station offers a boozy brunch with unlimited Bubbles, Bellini’s, Bloody Bloody Mary’s or Aperol Spritz.
Located opposite the Wimbledon Theatre, The Old Frizzle boasts a welcoming traditional London pub atmosphere with bags of character and energy.
Dogs are also welcome in The Old Frizzle.
All Bar One
All Bar One 37-39 Wimbledon Hill Rd, Wimbledon, London SW19 7NA (020 8946 9072)
A chain bar in Wimbledon, every Sunday until 2 pm delicious brunch dishes are served, such as Eggs Benedict, Eggs Florentine and Handmade Beef Burgers — plus unlimited Prosecco, Mimosas or CÎROC Bloody Mary’s.
At £25 per person with 2 hours of bottomless drinks, this is one of the best value brunches in Wimbledon.
Map of the best places brunches in Wimbledon
The map below pinpoints all of the brunches mentioned as well as some popular points of interest, such as train station, tennis courts and theatre. This map is downloadable and great for helping you plan your day in Wimbledon.
Wimbledon is a wonderful suburb of London and a great place for both locals and visitors to spend time and what better way to start your day than with a Wimbledon brunch.