The Bristol Brunch comes in many forms, from the full English to the classic avocado smashed on sourdough. You can have eggs one hundred ways, fritters, Punjabi fusion food and even bottomless prosecco to really get the weekend started. Whatever you fancy, we have it right here. Whether your Brunch is something healthy or a bit more indulgent, we've picked out the best Wriggles around the city to lust after and lavish. 

Back with a bang and repping a brand-new brunch menu created by a brand-new chef, Exchange Coffee Shop & Kitchen are knocking it out of the part at the moment. Grab one of their Wriggles for a delicious meal and a cheeky "hair of the dog" Bloody Mary. All tasty, all vegan-friendly and all ever so slightly naughty.

Read more about Exchange Coffee Co (Old Market)

A proudly independent cafe, hidden in plain sight on Upper Maudlin street, set up by bubbly owner Simon, to bring cosy refuge to the busy main road. This is the home of hearty breakfast, cakes and crazy good, locally sourced Coffee. Make sure to head to the garden if it's a sunny day, or the quirky room downstairs if you're looking for somewhere different to scoff their delights.

Read more about Penfolds Kitchen (Park Row)

Set aside a few hours, and head on over to the endlessly beautiful East Village Café in Clifton Village for a lazy morning of tip-top coffee, tasty food, and proper you-time. East Village Café dish up a regularly changing range of warming soups, served up with great wedges of proper sourdough, exciting and original brunch dishes, including savoury corn and quinoa waffles, cardamom and orange French Toast, and Shakshouka (eggs poached in a spiced tomato sauce). Be sure to leave room for a little sweet treat, though - once you spy the absolutely dazzling range of mouthwatering cakes, brownies, loaves and slices weighing down the counter, you're not going to be able to resist.

Read more about East Village Café (Clifton Village)

St Werburghs is one of Bristol's vibrant, wholesome, and community-focused areas. Stuffed full of alternative lifestyles, vegan eaters, and creative types, it's also home to a fantastic community centre. It's here you'll find Neck of the Woods, and a feast of ridiculously affordable, home-grown edible goodness. Load up on healthful breakfast sarnies and brunch dishes made from food supplied within a 25 mile radius. Expect deliciousness galore!

Read more about Neck of the Woods (St Werberghs)

The Ox like to do things properly - and now they're turning their hands to the classic Full English. It's a big old plate of bacon, poached eggs, black pudding, hash brown, breakfast sausage, grilled tomato, grilled mushroom and sourdough toast - or a Veggie option of Poached eggs, spinach, hash browns, grilled tomato, grilled mushroom, sourdough toast. All washed down with a Tea or Coffee

Read more about The Ox (Clifton)

Muiño was born from an outpour of creative juices and a desire to bring the best of everything together under one establishment. From full (and veggie) breakfasts, eggs and pancakes you're spoiled for choice when it comes to your brunch needs.

Read more about Muiño (Cotham Hill)

This isn't your average Indian restaurant. Nestled on Chelsea Road, Pipal Tree has taken Indian and Punjabi classics and fused them with British and European cuisine to create something truly special. It's intimate and small (call ahead to book!) - making it a perfect brunch option and applies its innovative approach - fusing the classic Fried Breakfast with Punjabi specials to serve you something truly special. Plus all their meat

Read more about Pipal Tree (Easton)

The jewel in the Steam crown are their bottomless weekend offerings. Be it the SoCal Bottomless Brunch, featuring bottomless Prosecco and Mimosa … for a whole 2 hours. So book in advance through Wriggle (and we mean it, in advance is necessary - these sell out F A S T), kick back, and indulge yourself. You deserve it.

Read more about Steam Bristol (Whiteladies Road)

Este Kitchen has a rep for serving up some of the best brunches that side of the M42 and it's utterly deserved. Enjoy their infamous baked eggs and toast, eggs served over tomatoes, peppers, chilli and onions. All accompanied by a hearty portion of East Bristol Bakery sourdough toast, baked just around the corner. Don't forget to try their lovely coffee and grab a homemade slice of cake for later.

Read more about Este Kitchen (Easton)

The perfect deal for those who think they can do better at home, or perhaps only have the energy to get a pan out of the cupboard. Pop to local butcher, Meatbox for enough brunch food to feed an army. Get your chops around 200g of thick-cut Bacon, 400g of sausages , 1/2 a dozen free range eggs and 200g of black pudding. All of the meat is high quality, organic and free range, your weekend cooked breakfasts will never have tasted as good!

Read more about MeatBox (Cargo 2)

Alongside one of West Street Kitchen's top-notch coffees you can enjoy one of their proper brunches too. Experts in both sweet and savoury, you are going to hate having to choose between American Fluffy Pancakes (with Salted Caramel, Toasted Walnuts and Bourbon Apple Sauce), Ham and Eggs (with mustard mayo and parsley on sourdough toast), Oatmilk Porridge (with homemade spiced damson sauce, toasted hazelnuts, raisins and cinnamon sugar) or a Wriggle favourite, the Psychedelic Breakfast (paprika fried egg, on homemade treacle soda bread with remoulade, pickled beets and mustard).

Read more about West Street Kitchen (Old Market)

Published -22nd March 2018