5 of the Best: Hangover Brunch Delivery Services in LondonBy Daisy Bernard
Not much beats a hangover brunch, but sometimes the idea of leaving the house for it is unbearable. For those mornings when you want maximum indulgence with minimal effort, we’ve rounded up the best breakfast delivery services in London. We can’t guarantee they’ll deliver it straight to your bed, but we can guarantee that they’re worth the trek to the door.
What: Dreamt up after a hungover weekend in 2014, The Breakfast Co delivers locally-sourced breakfasts. With office deliveries now available too, their diverse menus keep up with the latest trends and fill the tummies of Uber, Nike and BBC employees.
Price: For £8.50, you can build your own Full English, and offers are available for larger orders.
Where: Camberwell and beyond.
What: A 24-hour eating and drinking restaurant that offers high quality, classic comfort food in a friendly environment. Their all-day menu is available on UberEats and Deliveroo, with a mixture of indulgent and guilt-free brunches. Their most popular dishes include their buttermilk pancakes with maple syrup and bacon, a Full English, and their signature club sandwich.
Price: Their Full English is £9.50, with smaller options available for £6.95.
Where: Chelsea, Euston, Bloomsbury, Notting Hill and Aldgate.
What: A “refuge for the indulgent”, Balans Soho Society offers everything a sore head craves. All day brunch options available on Deliveroo include french toast, haddock kedgeree or their Soho Full English, which according to Deliveroo is exactly like a “Full English on steroids”.
Price: Prices for small plates start at £6, and the Soho Full English is £11.
What: A coffee house with an impressive food menu, Flock are known for their laid-back brunches. Their breakfast menu is available on Deliveroo until 4 pm every Saturday, offering everything from Premium Steak and Eggs to Smashed Avocado on Toast.
Price: Breakfast options range from £8.90 to £12.50.
Where: Tower Hill.
What: Mother of one Hannah McDuffus launched the service after a similar experience in Taiwan. She aims to recreate the BNB experience, delivering home-cooked fry-ups to your door. Teaming up with local greengrocers, butchers and bakers, all ingredients are locally sourced. The simple menu caters to the classic hungover cravings – runny eggs, crispy bacon, crusty bread and all.
Price: With their cheapest item (a bacon sandwich) at £3, it’s a more affordable brunch. There’s also an option of a BNB bundle (£15) that feeds four.
Where: Greenwich, delivering to South East and East London.