Well Street Kitchen’s brunch menu is classic, the prices are affordable, and they offer take away as well. Why: Be transported to Turkey (both via interiors and food) at this neighbourhood-feel joint on Dalston’s bustling Kingsland High Street. Why: Another brilliant Italian restaurant with a seasonally changing menu that serves weekend brunch from 11am. We source excellent ingredients for our generous Mexican inspired dishes, brunches and tacos. We recommend that you sit in front of the windows and observe the buzzing of a busy Broadway Market morning while enjoying a piece of delicious orange cheesecake. We ask for a £20 deposit, this will be refunded on arrival. We recommend leaving enough space at the end of your meal for dessert — fruit crumble tarts and a nice cup of particularly noteworthy coffee. Morito Hackney Road, 195 Hackney Road, London E2 8JL, UK,+4420 7613 0754. Noteworthy on this menu is the prosecco on tap and the ratatouille with poached eggs. Wash it all down with lovely cocktail or brunch beers. Not only is Rawduck a perfect spot for brunches with its high-quality products, but at night you can also enjoy great Italian and French wine as it transforms into a wine bar. Well Street Kitchen, 203 Well Street London E9 6QU, UK, +44 20 8533 6275. Expect granola with Greek yoghurt and avocado on toast, alongside more adventurous dishes such as shakshuka, and chicken schnitzel with Asian-style coleslaw. E5 Bakehouse is the best bakery in the area; in fact most of the cafés and restaurants in Hackney are known to serve its bread. COVID-19 Notice: We now have very limited space inside. If you are wandering through Well Street Market be careful not to miss this charming, blue coloured café. There are some delicious paninis up for grabs too and the brunch cocktails are all wonderfully Italian. Why: Filled from floor to ceiling with plants and natural light this little Hackney hangout is an oasis in the heart of East London. Their Bloody Mary is also a must. Why: Occupying the redeveloped shell of a Victorian railway station-cum-ticket office next door to Hackney Central, Oslo is a two-pronged eatery and social hub. Off the back of ‘don’t be a dick’, we have become something really special. The coffee is good, and you should not miss the smashed avocado with poached eggs or the grilled tomatoes on toast. Recommended dish: chocolate and prune tart with hazelnut biscuit crust and almond milk sorbet. It includes not only the highest concentration of artists but also musicians, writers, and performers. The Hackney Pearl. Taking over the old Hackney Pearl, founded in 2011, we found ourselves in the epicentre of an artistic warehouse community, our aesthetic fit perfectly. Why: Located in a charming Grade II-listed building, this beloved Stokey brunch spot has jumped on the Middle Eastern breakfast trend. Why: Found on a corner of bustling Broadway Market, this cutesy café is known for its unpretentious vibe and nostalgic touches, including bright-red booths and Formica tabletops. ... Hackney. Recommended dish: ceviche, with a refreshing spritz, Hackney Bureau, 3 Mare Street, E8 4RP London, UK, +44 20 8533 6083. Monday 8:30am – 10pm Why: This lovely spot in Dalston serves a wholesome breakfast from 10am to 1pm on weekends, which changes with the seasons.

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