5 Cities, 5 Brunches: Best Euro Spots Featured

Sleep in and try five of the best brunch restaurants in Europe--you will not be dissapointed.

by 09 July 2017

 God Save the Food, Italy

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Situated in the heart of Brera in a beautiful piazza, God Save The Food is one of a few Milanese establishments where you can order a meal at any time of the day, seven days a week. Convenience aside, their dishes are delicious. From superfood salads to fajitas and fresh smoothies, God Save The Food is a perfect stop for either a late night out or a relaxed Sunday brunch. With a clean aesthetic and a simple mission to serve the finest cuisine in Milan, food is at the centre of a dining experience here. If you are looking for somewhere to stop for lunch after some serious shopping or to enjoy a relaxing brunch, God Save The Food has got you covered.

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Jar Kitchen, London

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If you find yourself looking for a restaurant that serves dishes made from farm-to-table, fresh British ingredients, then Jar Kitchen is a perfect choice. Although the restaurant serves at all times of the day, their Saturday Bottomless Brunch is an unmissable experience. The Bottomless Brunch menu offers two and three-course meal options that include breakfast staples like yoghurt and granola, but also cheddar croquettes, sourdough bread topped with avocados, and house-cured Earl Grey Salmon. The dishes' fresh and funky flavours complement the restaurant's East London vibe. Most of the dishes arrive in jars, hence the name Jar Kitchen, and when you step inside, you will immediately feel the restaurant's friendly, warm, and inviting atmosphere.

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Holybelly, Paris


Holybelly prepares simple homestyle meals made with fresh, local ingredients. The menu features a mix of cuisines from around the world and, as a result, is frequented by world travellers and locals alike. Although the atmosphere is laid-back, the service is prompt and the food top-notch, making this restaurant a place you will find yourself returning to again and again. Try something new each time you visit because the menu changes based on the availability of seasonal ingredients. So bring your friends, sample delicious recipes from around the world, and escape the hustle and bustle of Paris in this relaxed, calm café.

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La Esquina, Barcelona

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La Esquina is the artisanal restaurant straight out of foodie heaven. All the ingredients used in this beautiful restaurant are locally sourced. The chef who is London born, Alan Stewart was inspired by his grandma’s methods of cooking. These include homemade, humble, simple dishes prepared with love. You can taste the love in these expertly crafted mouth-watering meals. The space has a stylish and rustic feel, making it incredibly endearing. For brunch, try the famous baked eggs, fried egg sandwich and pancakes. Don’t forget to pair your meal with juice from the extensive menu.

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Zweitbester, Vienna


To embrace the midday energy of the busy city, visit Zweitbester for a phenomenal brunch in a vibrant setting. Brick walls and chic furniture make this one of the trendiest spots in Vienna, and a daily curated menu keeps things fresh. An interesting mix of pressed juices, baked goods, and hearty breakfast foods make a Zweitbester brunch versatile while still getting to the heart of your cravings. LUXOS recommends pairing a warm croissant and homemade marmalade with an omelette prepared and perfected to your heart’s desires. Before you dive in, make sure to take in the sweet scents and the mesmerizing decor that make Zweitbester one of the most popular brunch destinations in the city.

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