The top five brunch spots in Earlsfield

Posted 27/04/2023

Our new Garratt Collection, comprising 105 one, two, and three-bedroom luxury apartments and four bedroom houses, is nestled in the heart of Earlsfield, south west London.

A bustling suburb within the popular Wandsworth Borough, Earlsfield is a charming neighbourhood
known for its vibrant community, excellent transport links, and good range of dining and shopping
options. From independent coffee shops to trendy gastropubs and boutique stores, Earlsfield has
something for all tastes, and brunch is no exception.

If you’re wondering where to find the fluffiest pancakes, the perfect poached eggs or the flakiest pastries,
they’re probably found in these top five brunch spots in Earlsfield...

1. Bean and Hop
Lucky residents of our new Garratt Collection homes will delight in sharing their Garratt Lane address
with Bean and Hop, making it a brief stroll to some great coffee and smashed avo. A relaxed and rustic
“walk ins only” spot that welcomes your four-legged friend, Bean and Hop is a family-owned café serving
a perfect mix of traditional and contemporary brunch dishes, as well as freshly baked pastries and cakes.
Whether it’s caramelised banana pancakes, turkish eggs, or a classic fry up that makes your mouth water,
it’s all found in this cosy café.

2. Manny Dartin
Small in size but brimming with passion for great produce, Manny Dartin is a charming café using fresh,
seasonal and locally sourced ingredients to serve up delicious brunches. Equally selective about their
staff, service is top notch and always comes with a welcoming smile and a friendly chat. The menu is
often tweaked depending on what’s seasonal but expect to find classics like eggs/avocado/mushrooms
on toast, as well as more inventive options like chicken sausage hash with a fried egg and pickles, or
butternut squash pancakes with maple syrup and sumac. Speciality coffee is also on offer, or fresh
cocktails if it’s that kind of day.

3. Belle Amie
Celebrate the “joie de vivre” with a proper coffee and a freshly made brunch in Earlsfield’s Belle Amie.
The French theme doesn’t extend far beyond the name and the delicious fresh pastries, but breakfast
and brunch seekers can expect to be well catered for with comforting classics, such as a hearty bowl of
porridge or smashed avo with a chilli and lime twist. Whether you come with friends or your laptop,
you’ll be welcomed into this cosy, laid back café like an old friend, and if you’re veggie or vegan you’ll be
spoilt for choice. Aside from crafting fresh, organic and fair produce into nourishing meals, you can also
pop in to peruse the little shop with fresh fruit and veg, plants, pots, post cards, and a small selection of
charming gifts.

4. The Open Page
Serving hearty brunch dishes and “socially acceptable morning time cocktails” every Saturday from 10am,
The Open Page is a firm favourite in Earlsfield, whether you’re looking for the morning after pick-up or a
fuel up for a busy Saturday. Being a gastropub, brunch at The Open Page can mean anything from the
classic eggs benedict or smashed avo on sourdough, to fish and chips, oysters, or a juicy burger. The
space is warm and inviting, with exposed brick, rustic wood and an interesting rotation of art on the

5. Eclectic Coffee
Appropriately named Eclectic Coffee is a little like an upmarket curiosity shop in café form. A delicatessen
and coffee shop in one, serving an all-day brunch menu for slightly more adventurous palates. The food is
just as intricate as the interiors, with their superfood lattes or teas served in a hardback book really fitting
the “eclectic” theme. Step inside and be greeted with a classic delicatessen displaying quality produce,
but find a spot in the various ornately mismatched seating areas and forget all about your eggs on toast.
Here, you can sample something more interesting, like spiced miso crab eggs benedict or the ‘Exploding
Yorkshire’; a giant Yorkshire pudding on a Mediterranean tomato base, filled with chorizo, grilled bacon,
poached egg and topped with pulled pork. And before you leave, don’t forget to ask about the secret
tasting menu evenings on Fridays and Saturdays.

Earlsfield is home to some fantastic brunch spots that offer a diverse range of dishes from the classics to
some of the most creative dishes in London. Whether you're looking for a traditional full English breakfast
and a Bloody Mary, or something completely unique, Earlsfield’s eateries are guaranteed to satisfy your