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Best Indian Breakfast and Brunch London Has To Offer

The combination of spice and chilli in a meal is a sure-fire cure to overcome any night-before tenderness. It could be that the capsaicin, the active ingredient in chilli, causes the brain to release endorphins and dopamine (happy chemicals) in response to what it thinks is pain (it is). This is science and makes complete sense to us, and so we bring to you the best Indian Breakfast and the best Indian Brunch London has to offer:

 

Jikoni

 Marylebone

Jikoni, meaning kitchen in Swahili draws its inspiration not just from East Africa but from India and Iran too. You might need a little guidance with the menu, but the friendly staff are always at hand and you’ll be coming back for more, the food is that delicious. The brunch drinks are not your usual fair with lassi, chilli gin martini’s and our favourite – Dawa, a simple cocktail made from vodka, jaggery and lime.

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Dishoom 

 Various Locations

Bacon and Egg in buttery Naan Bread – we probably don’t need to say anymore but we will. Each of their four locations in London is always bustling with first-timers and regulars hungry for more. Their service is top notch and with their extensive and well-put-together menu, they also cater for the gluten and dairy free as well as vegan – there’s no room for disappointment at this institution.

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Chutney Mary 

 St James  

Indian fine dining at its most elegant in St James, this restaurant, cocktail and champagne bar is perfectly set for a special occasion. In addition to their a la carte menu, Chutney Mary offers an exciting weekend brunch which includes Akoori (spicy Indian scrambled eggs, Curly Kale Chaat, Goat Cheese Kebab Salad, Fish Pakoras & Salmon Kedgeree. Definitely one for a blowout.

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Brigadiers 

 City

Not quite breakfast as they only open at 12pm but we couldn’t resist having Brigadiers on the list. Choose from their a la carte menu and call it brunch. For one they have whisky and cocktails on tap, beer too, obviously. With sports on demand on each of their many screens a pool table and card games, Brigadiers makes no bones about this spot being a place to unwind. Inspired by an old Indian army mess bars, where brigadiers would go to socialise and play. The food is out of this world and they have many private rooms which cater to small and larger private groups.

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