Traversing the capital can be a tiring experience, which is why visitors to central London hotels may be interested in a number of popular breakfast and brunch venues around the city.
Time Out magazine has collated a number of the top picks from around the city, with centrally located Lantana coming at the top of the list.
Situated on Charlotte Place, Lantana is a winner of the magazine's best new cafe award and has continued to dish up popular breakfast meals with an Aussie lilt.
Breakfast for two, with drinks and service, will set back visitors around £25, however, critics have praised its menu.
The food on offer ranges from traditional English breakfasts of bacon and sausages through to Aussie dishes of baked ricotta with herbs, spinach, portabella mushrooms and tomato salsa.
Brighton Bill's in St Martin's Courtyard serves a classic menu of breakfast items from 08:00 to 12:00 GMT.
The breakfast options include a vegetarian fry-up, including two poached eggs, mushrooms, guacamole, sweet chilli sauce and toast garnished with basil leaves.
St Martin's Lane boasts the Dishroom, which serves breakfast between 08:00 and 11:00 GMT weekdays and 09:00 and 13:00 GMT weekends.
Loosely styled after the Irani cafes of Mumbai, patrons can pick up sausage naan rolls or bacon naan rolls.
Additionally, visitors can enjoy the Bombay omelette and wash it down with imported chai spiced and sweet tea.
Travellers to Monmouth Street can take in the Kiwi-style delights of Kopapa on Seven Dials, Covent Garden.
Diners can enjoy the ricotta pancakes with avocado and roasted grapes, topped with rocket leaves.