1. Monal Islamabad

Beginning our list with an absolute classic, the Monal Islamabad is arguably one of the best and most popular brunch spots in the city. Set atop the Margalla Hills, this restaurant offers a breathtaking panoramic view of Islamabad.

Located at Pir Sohawa Rd, Islamabad, Monal serves a hearty and diverse brunch menu that includes everything from traditional Pakistani dishes to continental options. The place is perfect for those who love a mix of traditional and modern cuisine. One can enjoy a delicious meal while taking in the tranquil beauty of surrounding nature.

2. Tuscany Courtyard

Another exemplary spot for brunch is Tuscany Courtyard, situated at Kohsar Market in F-6 Sector Islamabad. Revel in the pleasant ambiance and the feel of Italian dining at the Tuscany Courtyard.

Offering a wide range of Italian cuisine with dishes like pasta and authentic pizzas cooked in a wood-fired oven, this place is an Italian food lover’s paradise. Spend a lazy Sunday morning here indulging in their brunch options with your favorites like eggs, pancakes, and waffles.

3. Street 1 Café

Next on our list is Street 1 Café, located at Street 1, in the upscale neighborhood of Kohsar, Islamabad. Known for its elite environment and delectable food, Street 1 Café offers a unique culinary experience.

Brunch at Street 1 Café is exceptional with options like smoked salmon, eggs Benedict, and pancakes. Their coffee blend is also worthy of praise. Accompanied by a quaint environment, Street 1 Cafe promises an enticing morning meal.

4. Mocca Coffee

Stepping into Mocca Coffee is almost like stepping into a contemporary café in Switzerland. This European-style restaurant, located at Khayaban-e-Iqbal in F-7/2, Islamabad, stands out with its minimalistic design and excellent coffee selection.

Mocca Coffee serves an amazing breakfast and a tasteful treat for a mid-day meal. Their servings of prosciutto omelets, Avocado Toast with Poached Eggs, and Swiss Almond Croissant are worth your time. Whether you’re health-conscious or just in the mood to splurge, Mocca has something for you.

5. Chaaye Khana

Chaaye Khana located in the F-6/3 sector, Islamabad is for tea lovers. It is a perfect stop for those who believe that a day starts after a good tea with a well-reputed menu and a variety of over 70 kinds of teas from around the world.

Chaaye Khana offers an extensive menu including traditional parathas and eggs, to French toast and cookies. Despite hosting an informal atmosphere, the place offers a unique and ambient location for a relaxed brunch.

6. Burning Brownie

If a brunch completed with gourmet-quality sweet treats is your desire look no further than the Burning Brownie located at Bhittai Road in F-7 Markaz, Islamabad. Its chic decor and freshly baked goods make you want to visit again and again.

Apart from the fantastic assortment of brownies, the café serves amazing omelettes, sandwiches, pancakes and French toast. Health conscious? Try their granola bowl and thank us later.

7. Hardee’s

For fast-food lovers, nothing could be better than Hardee’s breakfast offerings. It is situated on Agha Khan Road in F-6 Markaz, Islamabad, and is indeed a crowd pleaser. Don’t underestimate the breakfast options of this fast-food joint; they serve a hefty menu of delicious breakfast items.

From their signature steak biscuit to loaded omelette biscuit or famous Monster Biscuits, each choice at Hardee’s will get your day off to a great, filling start. You can’t finish talking about Hardee’s without mentioning their All You Can Drink beverage bar which is a favorite among breakfast patrons.

8. Chaayé Waala

For the lovers of traditional Pakistani brunch, Chaayé Waala is the ideal spot. This café, perched on the rooftop in F-6 Markaz, Islamabad, brings a very innovative environment with a truck art theme to add some fun to your visit.

The menu at Chaayé Waala includes the quintessential Pakistani breakfast items like paratha and chai, egg bhurji, and halwa puri. Their variety of tea never fails to impress, especially the special ‘Peshawari Qehwa’.

9. Jinnah Super Market’s Food Street

The entire street at Jinnah Super Market is like an extended food court with a variety of food stalls offering different specialist foods from desi to continental breakfasts and brunches.

Whether you’d like to eat on the go or sit down and enjoy your food at the tables set out on the street, you can definitely find something of your choice in this vibrant food market. Offering a local experience, it’s an absolute must when visiting Islamabad.

10. Wild Thyme

Last but not least, Wild Thyme in the heart of Capital Territory Islamabad is an exotic and peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. It offers a unique menu filled with flavoursome dishes from the Hunza region.

While the brunch menu at Wild Thyme comprises a variety of salads, stupefyingly good pancakes, and crispy parathas, the must-try is the Hunza-style omelette and walnut cake. The café is also aesthetically pleasing with extraordinary Hunza-themed décor to give you an enchanting mountainous feel.