Brunch and I go back a long way.

I’ve had brunch at 10am, at midday, at four in the afternoon and at almost every time in-between. I’ve enjoyed brunch alone whilst sketching in the park and sitting at kitchen tables with family and friends. I’ve had fancy celebratory brunches and shared comforting hangover brunches. Social brunches, work brunches, catch-up brunches, wedding brunches, funeral brunches. I’ve had brunch in the woods, on a boat, in the snow, on rooftops, in parks, by the sea with the rain driving against the windows outside.

Suffice it to say brunch is my favourite meal at any time of  the day and in any scenario. I’d even go so far as to say that finding a good spot for brunch is among my first priorities wherever I travel. It’s been a long-enough love affair that I finally decided to start collecting some of these experiences together and create BrunchTravels.

So whether you’re a foodie, a critic,  looking for a little inspiration in an unfamiliar city,  or just looking for ideas to get creative in the kitchen, I hope you’ll find something that sparks your interest here.

If you have any recommendations or brunch recipes to share, please don’t hesitate to send them my way!


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