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TripAdvisor: Mother’s Day Brunch Spots in South East London

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Why not treat your beloved mother figure to a delicious brunch in South East London this weekend?

We’ve rounded up some great places to visit this Mother’s Day – or, any day for that matter.

Whether you fancy a fancy dinner party, a cheap and cheerful feast or a whole lot of cocktails, we’ve got you covered.

Here are some great brunch spots to visit – according to TripAdvisor reviews:

River Gardens Café – Greenwich

This charming gem is located by the river in Greenwich – a perfect spot to soak up the sun this weekend.

The cafe offers sweet and savory treats and is a favorite with Londoners.

A TripAdvisor member said: “The best brunch in Greenwich.

“The staff are wonderful and the coffee is excellent.

“Not a bad word to say about this place.”

Another said it was an “amazing hidden gem”.

He added: “If you haven’t been to this amazing place before, you are missing out.

“More than just a cafe with stunning views over the Thames.

“Breakfast brunch lunch or dinner you won’t be disappointed with the best halloumi in London.

“Super friendly staff and dogs can’t recommend this place highly enough.”

Where’s the Pancakes – Southwark

This restaurant is the creperie par excellence.

From classic American style pancakes to banana and marshmallow flavors, this place has it all.

The restaurant also offers a bunch of delicious and affordable drinks, including cocktails.

One reviewer said: “The pancakes were really delicious.

“Super crispy bacon, just the way I like it, with a generous helping of maple syrup.

“The staff was friendly and helpful; my partner and I had a great brunch.”

Another said: ‘We actually went for breakfast down the street and envied the pancakes across the road.

“We came back for breakfast the next day and it was amazing.

“Relaxed atmosphere, friendly and attentive staff, great taste sensation pancakes.

“We left well satisfied.”

Koudou–Peckham

This Michelin-starred restaurant was awarded Travelers Choice in 2021 and it does not disappoint – according to reviews.

Kudu is a family owned group of restaurants, cocktail bar, gallery and private dining in Peckham.

If you’re in the mood for a fancy brunch this Mother’s Day, be sure to visit Kudo and enjoy the delicious selection of food this South African restaurant has to offer.

One reviewer said: ‘The restaurant was buzzing on a Sunday afternoon.

“Great atmosphere, service was lovely if a little sparse (one can forgive as the restaurant was very busy and when we asked for anything it was brought straight away).

“The food was absolutely outstanding.

“Everything from the house cured salmon to the desserts was top notch.

“Highly recommended.”

Aqua Shard – London Bridge

Enjoy panoramic views of London at this beautifully designed restaurant.

Aqua shard is a lively, cosmopolitan restaurant serving innovative contemporary British cuisine.

For breakfast, lunch, weekend brunch, afternoon tea or dinner, you can enjoy spectacular views from level 31 of The Shard.

And if you can’t get a reservation for that weekend, you’re in luck, they’re open seven days a week.

One reviewer said Aqua Shard had “great views, delicious food and great service”.

The reviewer added: “We thought the whole experience was great.

“We arrived a little early for our reservation, but the restaurant reception staff were lovely and managed to get us a table by the window.

“The service was excellent, very efficient and courteous.

“The food was really good and the wine pairing worked really well.

“The views were amazing; it helped that the weather was sunny.

“We would definitely come back. »

Grind – Greenwich

Greenwich Grind is an all-day dining restaurant and cocktail bar (with all-you-can-eat brunch options), close to Greenwich Market and the Cutty Sark.

Grind is a quirky venue with lots of seating areas – a great spot for anyone wanting to enjoy a few booze on this sunny weekend.

The brunch menu includes a breakfast burrito, sweet potato harissa patties, smoked salmon crumpets and buttermilk pancakes – delicious.

One reviewer said: ‘We only write about places worth visiting, and this is one of them.

“Greenwich is beautiful, and this restaurant/cocktail bar is worth a few precious hours.

“Unlimited prosecco, delicious food and beautiful interior, and the people look lovely.

“You’ll hear David Attenborough answer you through the audio system, just brilliant.”

Another reviewer said Grind is a “delightful” venue that offers a “warm and welcoming environment”.

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