There’s nothing better than finding a great new brunch spot that you just can’t wait to tell your friends (in my case, you!) about.

Except maybe discovering one when one of your all time favourite friends is right there with you.

There’s just no way we could stroll past a café as pretty as this without stopping in!

Ad - Shop this post

Dressed for the in between season –

Pink lace coat

Baby blue bag // Baby blue pumps

Ad - Shop this post

Anywhere with an abundance of roses bursting from the glass is bound to capture your attention, and once you step across the threshold, the inside doesn’t disappoint.

A light, bright, friendly space, with charming staff and a brunch menu to die for.


Silver May Rose Quartz Ring

Aquamarine ring

Unable to choose what to have from the extensive menu of ‘tween breakfast and lunch classics, we opted to share all of them.

Which was heartily approved of by our waiter.

Within moments a banquet appeared and we crammed it all onto our little table in the window.

Eggs Benedict with perfectly crisp bacon and well buttered sourdough.

Black pudding with a fried egg, exquisite crispy kale (trust me, exquisite is not a word I often use when talking about kale) and sweet pickled onions.

Eggs royale on toasted sourdough.

And the most exceptional porridge, with clotted cream and rhubarb.

Much like all of my closest friends, this little café is far more than just a pretty face.

Bucking the current trend of distinctly average restaurants making a killing by sprucing up the place with a flower wall or two, Minnow is a foodie’s dream, with style.

You’ll find them right on Clapham Common (it’s worth the trip), open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The cocktails look incredible, so I’m headed for dinner next time. Book at table here.

Minnow’s a breath of fresh air for London and just what Clapham needs.

Love at first bite.

If you can’t quite button up your jeans when you leave, well, slip on a trench and no one will be any the wiser!

A real belter of a brunch!

Share it


Have you seen these?

    No posts found