Brew is a cafe best known for its breakfasts using a divers and unusual mix of ingredients.
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Brew London Wimbledon
21 High Street WimbledonWimbledon VillageLondonSW19 5DX
- Public transport:
- Wimbledon, Underground
Absolutely delicious! I've been here twice so far, both for Sunday brunch. The staff is very welcoming, and seats you promptly no matter how busy they look. Their menu has a lot to choose from, I've had the eggs florentine and the turkish eggs on a separate occasion. Very delicious and fresh, presumably using top quality ingredients. The atmosphere is pretty neat too, love the cabin-like feel...more
A lovely brunch place with a surprisingly large amount of seating inside. The Turkish pide is delicious, and the eggs with chilli butter and yoghurt a delicious and different take on morning eggs. The sides are tasty. We shared the smoky Boston beans and field mushrooms. The Hellfire grill is also excellent if you can catch its opening hours. Next time I want to try an alcoholic milkshake!more
Brew is horribly expensive for breakfast but this is not entirely surprising in one of the poshest areas of London. The hot chocolate was certainly worth it - it's valrohna and basically the best I've ever had that wasn't the very thick Spanish/Italian variety (twss). It was also nice and warming on a crisp day, as were the heaters and thoughtful furry chair liners and blankets in the outside...more
I've ended up at Brew twice after long walks through Wimbledon Common. The first time I just had a quick healthy green juice at an outside table , the second time I went inside for lunch with my friends. The interior is nice - modern and comfortable. I ordered a beet root salad which was lovely. I'll surely go again some time to try the coffee and other dishes.more
Visited Brew for brunch on a rainy Sunday afternoon of the bank holiday weekend. Unfortunately they don't take reservations, so you have to get there early to avoid queueing. We didn't have to wait for a table, but I think this had more to do with the rain outside than the time we got there.
We were then served by five different people, all trying to get an order out of us in the first five...more