Opened in 2001, the Providores is a London brunch institution that still draws a buzzy crowd on weekends. The restaurant is known for its unexpected twists on classic brunch dishes, many of which feature Middle Eastern influences. The Turkish eggs are their most famous dish but it was the hearty grilled chorizo that won our hearts, served with sweet potato miso hash, a soft boiled egg, garlic labne and a star anise cashew nut praline.
The restaurant is set on two floors, with the more formal Providores restaurant found on the upper floor and a casual space called the Tapa Room set on the ground floor. You’ll need to wait in line for a spot in the Tapa Room, but the Providores proper takes reservations.