Looking for the best brunch spots in Bermondsey? Here’s where to get your hands on the best breakfast in SE1, from a Londoner.
When it comes brunch in Bermondsey, you’ll be spoiled for breakfast finds — all hidden in plain sight in the hustle and bustle of Central London.
The historic neighbourhood has everything from low-key brunch spots to vibrant crowd favourites, all under one postcode. Without further ado, here’s 7 brunch and breakfast spots in Bermondsey you can’t miss.
Best Brunch & Breakfast Spots in Bermondsey
1. Tanner & Co.
Just a hop from London Bridge and you’ll find Tanner & Co., Bermondsey’s best brunch spot for traditional English grub, and a very generous bottomless brunch.
Enjoy a classic Full English (comes plant-based too!) and of course, bottomless cocktails, wine or beer —the choice is yours!
Must-Try: Full English with Plant-Based Sausage
2. Cafe Murano
Good, tasty and clean food isn’t always the most easy combination to find. Luckily, Cafe Murano’s got all 3.
True to Italian dining (and a Bermondsey favourite) Cafe Murano’s serves only seasonal ingredients and the best of Italian cooking.
Just be ready to trade your typical morning brunch options for Murano staples like their roasted mushroom focaccia’s and chicken milanese sandwiches.
Must-Try: Mushroom Focaccia
3. The Garrison
Buzzing and vintage The Garrison is where you go to have a brunch that impresses. From 2-hours of bottomless Prosecco to utterly unique breakfast offerings (Pigs Head Croquettes anyone?) there’s something for everyone here.
P.S – Don’t leave without trying the avacado toast!
Must-Try: Cured Salmon
4. Bermondsey Bar & Kitchen
It doesn’t get more Bermondsey than a Bermondsey brunch spot in an old car park (called Bermondsey Bar & Kitchen no less). The vibrant local hub is home to live music, organic brunch and sinfully tasty cocktails.
Ideal for a morning out with girlfriend’s or a Saturday date brunch.
Must-Try: Gone Trufflin’ Pizza
5. Al’s Cafe
Although this isn’t the most ‘Instagrammable brunch in Bermondsey’, that doesn’t really matter when you serve breakfast like Al’s does.
The no-fuss cafe has an incredibly affordable brunch menu (we’re talking a Full English for less than £5) and is only a short walk away from iconic London landmarks.
Grab a quick breakfast here then walk over to Tower Bridge for the perfect Central London day.
Must-Try: Full English
6. Bermondsey Garden
If cosy neighbourhood cafes with great breakfast is your jam, it may be time for a visit to Bermondsey Garden. Fresh on the London Bridge scene the healthy eatery offers fresh brunch finds, reasonable prices and delicious high quality coffee.
As a new local business they’ll definitely be keen to get as many new customers as possible, so be sure to give them a try if you’re in the area!
Must-Try: Avocado Toast
7. The Last Talisman
I’ve long been an evening visitor of The Last Talisman, so I knew their brunch menu wouldn’t disappoint.
The Asian-inspired breakfast includes a fusion offerings like Egg & Bacon Bao’s or Asian Shakshuka, coupled with your choice of refreshing brunch cocktails.
If you’re in the mood for something extra different, you can even try their Magical Bottomless Brunch (live magicians, breakfast and cocktails very much included).
Must-Try: Egg & Bacon Bao
Map of the Best Brunch & Breakfast Spots in Bermondsey