When we’re not in our office in sunny Camden del Sol, you can usually find us eating brunch in Marylebone. We love this quaint street – from the trendy boutiques to the independent cafes – there’s always good reason to visit Marylebone High Street. If you’re looking for a brunch spot to visit this weekend, here’s our 5 top picks. Knives and forks at the ready:

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1. For a Quirky Brunch: The Providores and Tapa Room

What: Under the charge of Peter Gordon, the Executive Chef and Co-Owner of The Providores and Tapa Room, this all-day dining restaurant serve up fusion food, small plates and a stella New Zealand wine list. This is honestly one of the best brunches in London. Hands down.

Eat and Drink: The brunch menu at the Tapa Room isn’t your standard cereal and porridge, but exciting and interesting dishes including miso-baked aubergine with pine nuts, dates, feta, crispy buckwheat and tahini yoghurt, and grilled chorizo with sweet potato and miso hash, a soft boiled egg, garlic labneh and star anise cashew nut praline. Their turkish eggs are iconic, and a must for any Providores first timer – poached eggs in whipped yogurt, topped with chilli butter and served with sourdough. For liquid goodness order the one of their Nut-Melks with coconut milk, almond butter, strawberry purée and almond butter. And grab a banana and sea salt Crosstown Doughnut to take away.

Where: 109 Marylebone High St, Marylebone, London W1U 4RX

2. For a Simple Brunch: Natural Kitchen

What: Natural Kitchen isn’t just a place to stock up on cupboard essentials and organic veg. If you’re after a low-key brunch spot in Marylebone; Natural Kitchen is home to a 1st floor cafe, dishing out good, quality brunch grub.

Eat and Drink: Keep it simple with the dairy-free organic jumbo oat and quinoa porridge with banana and honey, or the greek yogurt with granola. If it’s a plateful you’re after – try the NK English breakfast with pork sausage, dry cured bacon, two poached eggs, grilled mushroom, tomatoes and sourdough. Another great shout is the veggie breakfast with a spread of halloumi cheese, avocado, poached free range eggs, slow roast tomatoes, Portobello mushrooms and sourdough. There’s also brunch regulars such as Eggs Benedicts with crispy pancetta, Eggs Royale, and weekend favourite – avocado on toast with vine ripened tomatoes.

Where: 77/78 Marylebone High Street. London. W1U 5JX

What: Fischer’s decor is a throwback to Austria in the early twentieth century. Decked out in wooden cladding, artsy photos and beautiful table tops; this restaurant is a perfect mid morning pitstop. And if you can’t make it down for brunch, order a coffee and a cake for an afternoon with the papers. Utterly divine.

Eat and Drink: The pastries are just fantastic. Think pain au chocolate, almond croissant, and Florentine Danish. If you can’t decide, your best bet is the mixed basket featuring a mini selection of all of the above. Prefer a sweet dish? The buttermilk pancakes with maple yogurt are bang on, and the strawberry and cream doughnut is a fluffy bite of deliciousness. Veggies can enjoy avocado on toast with poached egg and tomato salsa, or the spinach gröstl – a large portion of paprika fried potatoes and onions with spinach and a fried egg. The salmon and scrambled eggs are too good (and creamy) to miss. If you’re after brunch with more of a European twist, opt for the chicken schnitzel, or the selection of herring with pickled veggies.

Marylebone High Street stała się miejscem docelowym dla polskich graczy kasyn online, którzy chcą zjeść pyszny brunch. Ta tętniąca życiem ulica oferuje tętniącą życiem i zróżnicowaną scenę kulinarną, z kilkoma najlepszymi restauracjami, które zaspokoją wszystkie gusta. Od tradycyjnych polskich przysmaków po międzynarodowe dania fusion, jest tu coś, co zaspokoi każdy głód przed uderzeniem w wirtualne stoły hazardowe w kasyno online. Jednym z wyróżniających się miejsc na brunch na Marylebone High Street jest Café Rysio, urocza kawiarnia znana z przepysznego wyboru polskich wypieków i obfitych opcji śniadaniowych. Gracze mogą tu zjeść pyszne pierogi wypełnione różnymi pikantnymi i słodkimi nadzieniami lub zdecydować się na słynną jajecznicę podawaną z chrupiącym boczkiem i świeżo upieczonym chlebem. Przytulna atmosfera w połączeniu z przyjazną obsługą sprawiają, że Café Rysio jest idealnym miejscem dla graczy, aby zebrać się przed rozpoczęciem ekscytujących przygód w grach.

Where: 50 Marylebone High St, Marylebone, London W1U 5HN

Photo Credit: David Loftus 

4. For a Two Course Brunch: The Ivy Cafe

What: We know we said this was an article on Marylebone High Street. Now, unless you want to brunch in Pret or hit up Strada for sub-par pizzas, we’ve ventured to the street across (Marylebone Lane) to The Ivy Cafe.

Eat and Drink: There’s loads of eats to get stuck into. Highlights from the brunch menu include Eggs Benedict and chips, steak egg and chips, and dukka spiced aubergine and sweet potato with jewelled freekeh grains, toasted almonds, labneh yoghurt and Moroccan sauce. There’s also a smashing variety of British classics such as fish and chips with mushy peas, a good ol’ fashion shepherd’s pie with all the trimmings and salmon and smoked haddock fish pie. Hey, there’s pudding too, like coffee pana cotta, creme brûlée, and a flourless chocolate cake.

Where: 96 Marylebone Ln, Marylebone, London W1U 2QA

5. For a Classic Brunch: Coco Momo

What: Coco Momo goes far beyond the standard pub fare. This casual day-to-night spot attracts the crowds thanks to its beer selection, food offering, and purse friendly prices. Get down here in the summer to enjoy the brunch with a slice of sunshine. Until then, bury yourself in cable knit jumpers and keep warm inside.

Eat and Drink: If its yolks your after, there’s plenty of eggy numbers to please. The spinach, portobello mushroom and egg white frittata is a solid choice, but we’re all for the baked eggs with squash and pumpkin hash, and curly kale. The scrambled eggs can be jazzed up with either smoked salmon, free range  bacon or free range sausage, all served on a hefty slice of sourdough toast. And the pancakes can be topped with bacon and maple syrup, or keep fruity with Greek yoghurt, maple syrup and berries.

Where: 79 Marylebone High Street, London W1U 5JZ