You’re on holiday, you’re enjoying yourself and don’t feel the need to rush around, what better way to start your day than with some mid-morning brunch?

We’ve racked up the best places for brunch around the world; prepare to suddenly be very hungry!

New York – ABC Kitchen
Located in Downtown NYC, ABC Kitchen offers local, organic produce and their brunch menu sounds so delicious there’ll be something for everyone. From eggs done any way you want, to French toast and pancakes, why not add even more luxury to your brunch with one of their ABC Kitchen bloody Marys! The shabby chic but more chic than shabby interior is a gorgeous environment to relax before you start your day of sightseeing!

Krakow – Dynia Resto Bar
If you’re visiting Poland this quirky yet quaint restaurant will serve you a traditional Polish brunch with all the things us Brits love but each with a slight difference. (They do serve a standard full English, but it might be nice to try something new!) They serve omelettes, yoghurt, and their pancakes come with peach and pineapple drizzled in caramel syrup. See, we told you you’d be hungry!

Paris – Paris En Scene
This restaurant on water is a great way to sightsee while you eat, who doesn’t want to see beautiful Paris whilst eating brunch and sipping on a glass of Champagne? They do a sweet brunch and a savoury brunch both with or without Champagne (we think we know which we’d choose!)

Vietnam – The Refinery
If you happen to be in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam’s most modern city and are looking for breakie, The Refinery will ensure you leave perfectly full! With a brunch menu to die for, (as well as some tasty looking desserts) the soft-boiled eggs with sautéed spinach, a bed of hash browns and sour cream & pesto are right up our street. Mmmm.

Australia – White Elephant Beach Cafe
If you’re heading right across to the other side of the world for brunch, you’ll want it to be worth it! White Elephant Beach Cafe is located right on Gnarabup Beach in Western Australia, the unforgettable view and menu makes this place an ideal spot for a bit of brunch. From healthy birchir muesli to fried breakfasts and French toast, you’ll be well energised for a day chilling at the beach…

Japan – Sarabeth’s
This elegant and enticing restaurant opened in 1981 as a bakery/kitchen by Sarabeth Levine with her husband Bill in New York due to Sarabeth’s love of baking and making jams. Their brand grew and eventually it came to Japan where they continue to serve delicious, fluffy pancakes as well as selling the famous preserves made by Sarabeth.

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What is your favourite food to eat for brunch? Have you discovered any hidden brunch gems across the world?