- Ask Italian, Epsom
I love Ask Italian! For me this brunch spot ticks all the boxes, great atmosphere, friendly staff, great food and great cocktails! With great student weekday offers of up to 40% off.
I have tried the majority of dishes on the menu and have yet to be disappointed. My recommendations would be the stomboli pizza (with chilli of course) and the chocolate etna (or the white chocolate swirl)
2. 100 Wardour Street, London
Great for a girly brunch! Especially if you like a bit of prosecco. Bottomless brunch is great, great atmosphere and who doesn’t love a bit of day drinking. Food was okay, not the best but all in all was a great brunch date. Would defo recommend the bottomless brunch. The cocktails are also pretty good.
3. Cabello Lounge, Epsom
Cool quirky restaurant, with big windows great for people watching. Food is really good and at a really good price. The full English is defo my go to here!
4. Fego, Banstead
I used to LOVE fego. I say used to as the food can be hit and miss here. Sometimes its great and sometimes disappointing.
5. Tibits, London
Great if you want to go somewhere with veggie friends! The best brunch buffet I’ve ever been to. So many tasty options and you only pay for the weight of your plate!
6. The Black Penny, London
Bit crowded and a little wait to get seated. But the breakfast was lovely. Never thought of putting halloumi with breakfast.. but it really works! It’s also nice and central, so plenty of bars to go grab a drink at after! We headed to dirty martini, which do amazing cocktails! And 2 for 1 during the day!
7. Domo, Esher
A hidden gem! This is the best Japanese food I have had. It’s tucked away on Esher high street, and really under appreciated! The owners are lovely and really passionate about their food (which ids epic!).
8. Bills, London
OMG the pancakes are to die for!!! and the cocktails are pretty good too. Defo a challenge to eat all of them.. I didn’t manage it, but respect to anyone who does!!!