This little restaurant down an unassuming street in Fitzrovia provides a contender for the best brunch London has to offer.
With beautiful, spacious interiors and a sun-kissed outside area the Newman Street tavern is the ideal spot for settling in for brunch in summer.
Newman Street Tavern Brunch, Fitzrovia
All the food is organically sourced and cooked to perfection. From traditional offerings like Eggs Benedict to twists on English Breakfast (Roasted suckling pig with crispy Tamworth bacon being a prime example) the Newman Street Tavern are serious about their cooking – and their ingredients.
Health-seeking, in-the-know diners can request their 'Psycle' brunch menu: the Newman Street Tavern teamed up with local spinning class Psycle to bring a brunch specifically tailored for a post-exercise wind down. But don't worry, you don't have to do the burning to enjoy the food – it's available to everyone.
The special menu offers two courses for a reasonable £15, with the likes of organic yogurt served with poached seasonal fruit to start and smashed avocado and poached egg on sourdough toast. Their main brunch menu is delicious as well, with more substantial options like nicoise salad and steak tartare with fried egg and greens.
Brunch near Oxford Circus
You're also invited to quench your thirst with a unique Psycle ‘Psmoothie’ – a blend of banana, avocado, raspberries, spinach and dates.
With plenty on offer and a lovely light-filled space, the Newman Street Tavern provides welcome respite from the busy crowds of Oxford Street.
It's still relatively unknown but we doubt it will remain so for long – head over on a Sunday morning and try their thickly-sliced Smoked Salmon and scrambled eggs. You won't be disappointed, we promise.
|What||Best Places for Brunch in London: Newman Street Tavern Brunch near Oxford Circus|
|Where||Dickie Fitz, 48 Newman Street, London, W1T 1QQ | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Tottenham Court Road (underground)|
01 Jun 15 – 29 Feb 16, 7:30 AM – 2:00 PM
|Price||£15 for two courses|
|Website||Click here to book via the Newman Street Tavern's website.|