20 restaurants in London have made the OpenTable’s Top 100 Brunches and Sunday Lunches for 2024 in the UK


With Mother’s Day just around the corner (10th March), OpenTable announces its Top 100 Brunches and Sunday Lunches in the UK for 2024 list* based on diner reviews – sharing inspiration on how to treat and show appreciation for that mother figure in your life.

Featuring an array of dining options from cosy cafes to upscale eateries, OpenTable’s list encompasses the top brunch and Sunday lunch spots across the UK, based on over 1.2M diner reviews and metrics.* Twenty restaurants on the list are based in London, including Rail House Victoria and Café Boheme, 9 in Yorkshire: The Ivy Victoria Quarter and Devour, 8 in Manchester: Dukes 92 and Piccolino Caffe Grande Manchester, and 5 restaurants across Scotland including Edinburgh’s McLarens on the Corner and The Woodside Doune in Stirling.

“Last year, over half of Brits (55%) made their reservations at least six days before Mother’s Day** so book your reservation by March 4th,” says Robin Chiang, SVP of Growth at OpenTable. “Discover the perfect place to take mum on OpenTable’s Top 100 Brunches and Sunday Lunches list, featuring restaurants across the UK from Devon to Derbyshire and Wales to Worcestershire.”

OpenTable’s Top 100 Brunches and Sunday Lunches list is created by analysing more than 1.2 million diner reviews and includes restaurants across the UK with dishes to suit every palate and preference. From boozy brunches and Sunday lunches to lavish afternoon teas – there’s something for everyone at every price point.

For meals priced £25 and under***, try Hinnies Restaurant in Newcastle or Little Rock in Folkestone
If a brunch is the preference and you’re celebrating in London, raise a glass at 14 Hills and try their Mother’s Day Brunch at £44 per person featuring a range of delicious dishes, such as their Duck French Toast, or Lobster Bun. If you’re celebrating further north, why not head over to Tsuki Restaurant and Bar in Sheffield, at £39.95 per person for their bottomless brunch.
For those that can’t go without a roast potato on a Sunday, try Manchester’s The Restaurant at The Refuge for their Sunday roast sharers at £49 for two.
Edinburgh’s Twenty Princes Street offers something a little more lavish with a memorable afternoon tea at £55 per person, or if you’re celebrating in the capital, Covent Garden’s Christopher’s brunch menu is a must try at £40 for 2 courses, or £50 for 3 courses.