When you want to super start your day, you’ll find the very best breakfasts in Belgravia. Healthy, imaginative dishes are on offer in a variety of eateries that will set up you for the day and make you feel on top of the world. After all, as they saying goes, you should eat like a king at breakfast and in Belgravia, you’ll be treated like royalty.
Good living – one dish at a time
Your health is your wealth and here at Daylesford Organic – a farm shop and café, that mantra has never been truer. All dishes are freshly made by hand and give a vigorous nod to the very best of seasonal produce available from their organic farm, Market Garden, Bakery and Creamery. Breakfast treats include creamed mushrooms on sourdough and smoked haddock omelette. It’s first come first served for breakfast, brunch, lunch and supper so the early bird catches the organic dish. 44b Pimlico Road, London SW1W 8LP. www.daylesford.com
Open for breakfast, lunch, afternoon and dinner, this homage to Italy embodies Italian chic and vintage glamour. Under the watchful eye of executive chef Claudio Covino, the passionate and dedicated team create fine dishes, which blend traditional flavours with seasonal ingredients. Breakfast at Il Pampero is like being on holiday at home. Why not try their signature tropical porridge – with gluten free oat flakes, coconut milk and dried pineapple cubes or eggs any style with a pot of white Jing tea? 20 Chesham Place, Belgravia, London SW1X 8HQ www.ilpampero.com
Fine Cheese Co.
Are you a Turophile? That’s the official name for a cheese connoisseur (just in case you didn’t know). If you’d like to be one or just want to brush up on your fromage knowledge, then head to the Fine Cheese Co., where you can feast on a selection of their 110 artisan European cheeses. There is also a well-stocked charcuterie with some of Europe’s finest – all directly imported and freshly cut to order on a vintage Avery Berkel slicer. À Table, the dining experience offers the best from the cheese shop and much more, including fresh starters, salads and plats du jour lovingly created by skilled chefs. Never mind a good slice of life – book your outdoor table for a good slice of cheese. 17 Motcomb Street, London, SW1X 8LB https://www.finecheeseshops.co.uk/belgravia/
Part of The Pantechnicon, a five storey Japanese and Nordic themed development in Belgravia, the space is packed full of shops, eateries and creative spaces. Café Kitsuné, on the ground floor is the only UK outpost of this global foodie phenomenon with other success spots in Tokyo, New York, Seoul and Paris. The French patisserie style is married together with an eclectic Japanese twist and there is a glorious sun trap terrace seating area on the south facing façade. Start your day the Café Kitsuné way with a Japanese inspired breakfast – what about the caramel miso rice pudding brioche or a Shichimi and Bacon Roll for breakfast traditionalists everywhere? The crab and soba green tea salad is a healthy lunch time pick me up and after work Japanese inspired cocktails are always a good idea. 19 Motcomb Street, London SW1X 8LB www.pantechnicon.com/cafe-kitsune
What began as an idea between two Colombian sisters to bring a little colour and flavour from their home to London has resulted in Morena – a taste explosion. This all day dining restaurant serves up Latin- American inspired dishes and cocktails – fusing together exotic fresh ingredients, diverse ingredients and a little something- something, which together creates unforgettable tastes and textures. 10-11 Eccleston Yards, London SW1W 9AZ. www.morenalondon.com
Wild by Tart
This neighbourhood restaurant is set within a multipurpose space. Housed in a former power station and coal store, the vibe is creative and low key. It’s the perfect place for an informal breakfast for someone who prefers to segue way breakfast into brunch and lunch time and the menu is an homage to their sustainable and seasonal approach to food, with a key focus on our charcoal grills and wood oven. 3 – 4 Eccleston Yards, London SW1W 9AZ www.wildbytart.com/restaurant