Fancy having a relaxing coffee with mates this weekend? Looking for a hearty, warming meal ahead of an afternoon of Christmas shopping?

We've got you covered for your weekend adventures with 10 of the best brunch spots in south London that come recommended.

Mughead Coffee, New Cross

Mughead Coffee is fairly new to the New Cross area but boasts about its delicious cinnamon rolls. It’s a great place to sit and relax, and people are regularly seen working and refuelling on caffeine.

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The London Particular, New Cross

The London Particular is within walking distance of Goldsmiths University and not only sells great coffee, but great food too. It serves beautiful artisan breakfasts, fresh sourdough and all the food is locally sourced.

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Arlo and Mo’s, Brockley

Arlo and Mo’s is always chock-a-block with friends out to brunch. Great coffee and great breakfast make for a good day. How about French Toast with berries, cream fraiche and mapel syrup?

St David Coffee Shop, Forest Hill

There are so many different things to choose from to eat and drink here, such as the beautifully poached eggs on fresh sourdough bread.

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The Waiting Room, Deptford

This is a veggie and vegan spot with everything you could want. Meat-free buffalo wings, hot dogs and burgers. It is well known for its excellent coffee so get down and see for yourself.

The Blackbird Bakery, Peckham

Don’t we all love a place that serves breakfast all day? The Blackbird BLT is a little bit special with Smoked bacon, avocado, lettuce, tomato with pesto & balsamic vinaigrette. The menu is a little bit special, with lots of treats to indulge in.

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Birdhouse, Wandsworth

The baristas at Birdhouse cafe are trained to work with the finest details when it comes to coffee. You receive a little arty masterpiece in a cup and beautiful freshly baked banana bread and sandwiches.

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Black Lab Coffee Shop, Clapham

Black Lab Coffee doesn't just sell wonderfully healthy and Instagram-worthy breakfast bowls of fresh fruit and granola but also devilishly indulgent cakes. Three tiered Oreo Gâteux anyone? This place is serious about it's coffee and you can tell in the care its takes.

Chaplin’s Cafe, Bromley

This is where to go if you want a good hearty brunch. Chaplin's are famous for their full English breakfasts, that are guarunteed to keep you full until tea time.

Camden Coffee House, Croydon

This place looks at coffee as a science and something to take a lot of care and attention over. The beans are freshly roasted to ensure the best coffee experience for each person that comes to visit. They also serve a huge range of yummy food.

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