No. 11 Pimlico Road
Once upon a time, you would be hard pressed to find eggs after 10am or anything but teacakes in the afternoon between 3 and 6 anywhere in the city. These days, with a deeper love for its European neighbours’ more laid-back, late-start-to-the-day way of life, it seems London has finally taken a whiff of the cappucino and embraced continental all day dining. The most recent inclusion to this category is the airy 11 Pimlico Road. Set in a pristine pocket of Belgravia, 11 Pimlico Road serves up something for everybody. Health-conscious ladies who lunch nibble on sharing plates of thin crostinis and marinated skewers before the after work crowd takes over for cocktail hour, sipping concoctions made with homemade sherbets and syrups on the stretched shiny zinc bar top. Young families and the post-party locals flock on the weekends to sample the hefty brunch menu including fluffy blueberry pancakes with maple syrup and whipped crème fraiche and sausage sandwiches. The high ceilings mismatched wooden chairs give add to the nonchalant coziness of it all, perfect for your eating and drinking needs just about any time of day.