We had a lovely brunch at No 29 Power Station West, Battersea, London SW11. We popped in for a bite to eat while exploring the revamped Battersea Power Station. You’ll find all your favourites, including a stonking House Breakfast, Eggs Royale and Benedict, Smoked Salmon on Sourdough Toast and Buttermilk Pancakes. Our puppy was with us, and this restaurant is dog friendly, so it was an excellent option. If you’re looking for restaurants near Battersea Power Station, the best brunch in Battersea, or dog-friendly restaurants, you’ll enjoy No 29 Power Station West.
“A dog-friendly independent neighbourhood restaurant next to Battersea Power Station overlooking the Thames with a brilliant Brunch Menu,” Homegirl London.
Brunch Menu At No 29 Power Station West Battersea
I like that the Brunch Menu is available from 9 am until 4 pm. They have enough variety to satisfy vegans, vegetarians and meat eaters. We shared a couple of dishes. One was the delicious Buttermilk Pancakes with Apple, Raisin Spiced Butter, and Honey. The pancakes were fabulously fluffy and hit my sweet spot! If only I didn’t agree to share! Another sweet-tasting option is Winter Spiced Porridge, Poached Pears, Cranberry, and Toasted Seeds, although that sounded too healthy. They also have House Made Granola and Fresh Fruit Salad.
The other dish we divided was the Vegan House Breakfast with Falafels, Avocado Green Goddess, Slow Roasted Tomatoes, Field Mushrooms and Wildfarmed Sourdough. Everything was spot on, and I didn’t miss the eggs. I’m picky with my falafels, but these stood up to my scrutiny.
However, if you want eggs (free range), they have Eggs Royal or Benedict. Another idea is the Shakshouka featuring Eggs baked in a rich Tomato Sauce with Peppers, Aubergine and Yoghurt Dressing, plus Wildfarmed Sourdough. I liked the sound of Sweet Potato Hash with Poached Egg which I’ll try on my next visit. You can have a Breakfast Brioche with Scrambled Egg and Cheddar Cheese if you’re not starving. Add Bacon, Sausage, Mushroom or Avocado if you want.
Those looking to cure a hangover can fill up on the House Breakfast. It’s brimming with Poached or Scrambled Eggs, Streaky Bacon, Dingley Dell Sausages, Slow Roasted Tomatoes, Field Mushrooms and Wildfarmed Sourdough. If you’re after a vegetarian version, you can order a selection of sides to create your own DIY breakfast. I’m pleased to report that the Brunch Menu didn’t disappoint.
To give you an idea of prices, Porridge, Fruit Salad and Granola are £8.50-9.50, the Pancakes are £12.75, House Breakfast is £15.95, Vegan Breakfast is £13.75, and other egg dishes are £9.50-14.50. Brunch drinks include Bramble Gin Sour for £12.50, Pear Bellini for £9.50 or Bloody Mary for £12.50. We had Caravan Coffees, and I noticed they had Boozy Coffee options with Jameson’s, Amaretto or Irish Cream Liqueur. The wine list is extensive, so you’ll enjoy your brunch.
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Helpful Information About No 29 Power Station West Battersea
For more information, visit the No 29 Power Station West website. The address is 29 Circus West Village, Battersea Power Station, London SW11 8NN. Current opening times listed on the website are Monday to Thursday from 9 am until midnight, Friday and Saturday from 9 am until 1 am and Sunday from 9 am until midnight. Aside from brunch, they have an all-day menu with sharing plates, burgers and salads. On Sunday you can enjoy a roast for lunch.
While you’re in the vicinity, I recommend you allow yourself time to explore the revamped area. Pop into the Power Station for shopping or to watch a movie. Take the glass Lift 109 to the top of one of the chimneys, where you get splendid views across London. Beautiful Battersea Park is a few minutes walk away.
Here are a few articles I’ve written about things to do in Battersea.
Ten Things To Do In Battersea
Ten Things To Do At Battersea Power Station
Panoramic Views From Lift 109 At Battersea Power Station
Author: Homegirl London. Photographs: Homegirl London. I only write about restaurants where I had a good experience. I recommend you do further research as restaurant standards fluctuate, as do opinions. Please check if the restaurant is still in business and the opening times before you go. If you discover this restaurant has closed, contact me to remove it from my blog.