We’re here to spill the tea avocado on the freshest menus in town. Say goodbye to the same old smashed avo and bland pancakes. From bottomless pizza to Spanish-sharing dishes, these London hotspots are dishing out brunch like never before.

1. For Sharing Dishes: Decimo

What: Decimo at The Standard has just launched a new summer Saturday brunch menu. Expect sharing dishes served with vibrant salsas, lots of tacos and even more Palomas.

Eat and Drink: The menu has been curated by Michelin-starred chef Peter Sanchez-Iglesias, and merges Spanish-Mexican cuisine. Think Baja tacos, grilled chicken with annatto adobo and a new vegetarian dish – sweet potato with black beans.

Where: 10th Floor, 10 Argyle St, London WC1H 8EG

2. For a Summer Menu: Bourne and Hollingsworth

What: A new summer brunch menu has arrived at Bourne and Hollingsworth, the multi-faceted clubhouse in Clerkenwell. Executive Chef Matthew Harris has created a selection of new sweet and savoury dishes for the warmer months.

Eat and Drink: Kick off the weekend the right way with brunch staples on the menu that include the B&H huevos rancheros with chorizo, avocado, béarnaise sauce and pico de gallo on a toasted English muffin or the vegan falafel burger, with seasonal greens, hummus and mint yoghurt, followed by French toast drizzled in caramel sauce, or classic B&H stacked pancakes with an array of sweet and savoury toppings.

Where: 42 Northampton Rd, London EC1R 0HU

3. For Bottomless Pizza: Bocconcino 

What: Enjoy a slice of La Dolce Vita at Bocconcino in Mayfair with a new bottomless weekend brunch bringing authentic Italian charm, live music, spectacular spreads of all-you-can-eat wood-fired pizza and free-flowing drinks and cocktails, every Saturday from £59 per person. 

Eat and Drink: Choose from 12 varieties including Bocconcino’s famous hot and spicy Diavola to the iconic Burrata pizza (who doesn’t love a sphere of creamy cheese?), and not forgetting the Pizza quattro stagioni with mozzarella, ham, mushrooms, olives and artichokes.You’ll also have a choice of bottomless drinks including prosecco, Italy’s iconic orange tipple, Aperol Spritz, plus Bellinis and Rossinis.

Where: 19 Berkeley St, London W1J 8ED

4. For Sunday Jazz: St Pancras Brasserie and Champagne Bar by Searcys

What: Enjoy brunch with a side of music at St Pancras Brasserie by Searcys with its new Sunday Brunch Feast with Live Jazz.

Eat and Drink: The brunch menu specialises in seafood dishes and seasonal salads, running alongside a signature Roast beef with Yorkshire pudding and plenty of gravy. Dish highlights include Tomato carpaccio burrata, a Roasted harissa aubergine with spiced quinoa, and Seafood linguine, along with a selection of oysters. There is also a delectable selection of sweet treats, including a live waffle-making station with banana and caramel toppings and a zesty Lemon tart.

Where: St Pancras International Station, King’s Cross St. Pancras, London

5. For a New Opening: The Apollo Arms 

What: New opening The Apollo Arms, located in the heart of Clapham Old Town, showcases the very best of British pub culture alongside high-quality food and drink, and a hangin’ brunch menu. 

Eat and Drink: It’s all about brunch and Bloody Marys – something The Apollo Arms is not in short supply of. Kick back and savour classics like Eggs Florentine, Benedict or Royale; or smoked salmon with creamy scrambled eggs on crunchy sourdough. Choose your Bloody Mary from the six-strong ‘Bloody Good Bloodies’ range, including a showstopping ‘The Hunter’s Moon Bloody Susan’ for up to six to share.

Where: 13-19 Old Town, London SW4 0JT