The best brunch delivered:
London's luxury breakfasts brought direct to your door
Lazy mornings with the Sunday papers, soulful beats in the background and a five-star breakfast – all served up without leaving your bedroom. Really?
Once only a dream, restaurant-standard brunch can now be ordered at the touch of a button – and you don’t have to take up residence in an elite hotel to do it.
Take it easy this weekend: treat yourself and indulge in a stunning artisan brunch with these extremely tempting breakfast deliveries:
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Using simple but imaginative ingredients with a Mediterranean influence, Villandry’s range is all made in the restaurant’s own bakery. Treats include smoked salmon and cream cheese brioches, pains au chocolate and almond croissants.
For a lighter touch, graze from a Villandry berry and grape platter or savour an organic granola and yoghurt.
Delivery is free to W1 and SW1 postcodes, with a minimum order of £40. They can bring your breakfast to other London areas, but it will incur a charge. Order before 11am on the previous day – or call to organise weekend deliveries or at shorter notice.
Minimum spend: £40 for free delivery to apply.
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There’s something special about having your breakfast delivered on a chic white Vespa. Breakfast in Bed offers honest British food – and promises to deliver in less than half an hour, if you’re in the W9, W10, W11 postcodes, plus some areas of W2, NW6 and NW10.
From the bakery, humble bacon sandwiches are elevated with gruyère-buttered sourdough and chilli tomato chutney. Fresh superfood boxes (the gluten-free and dairy-free options) are made to order and you can follow with a natural granola pot (salted caramel and pecan is a stand-out favourite here).
And for those mornings you’re in desperate need of a fluffy New York pancake topped with chocolate, banana, berries, hazelnut and coconut sauce? Breakfast (in Bed) is served.
Minimum spend: £8
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Champagne and smoked salmon sandwiches, brought directly to your bed? Now that’s what we call a special Sunday morning.
The Berkeley delivers its five-star breakfast for two, which also includes pure orange juice, freshly-baked croissants and Danish pastries with a selection of Berkeley jams and butter – and, of course, a Sunday newspaper of your choice.
Elevate your very own British brunch by piling up soft, buttery pastries in a Wild Strawberry salad bowl.
Minimum spend: £70, for the breakfast for two, which includes delivery in SW1. Delivery outside SW1 will incur a charge.
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If you live within a five-minute walk of one of London’s main Le Pain Quotidien stores, you can order delivery – although weekend delivery must be arranged in advance.
Fresh, organic and extremely special: Le Pain Quotidien’s specialities include a sharing platter of fine breakfast tartines, freshly baked mini-scones and organic French pastries.
If you’re treating yourself to a luxurious brunch-for-one, savour an organic raspberry crunola parfait or a chia seed and coconut milk pudding from the luxury of your pyjamas.
Minimum spend: £35