5 London Brunch Spots to Visit This Weekend
Nordic-French restaurant Aster’s weekend brunch takes place every Saturday and Sunday from 11am. At £40 per person for two courses and “unlimited bubbles” Aster is the perfect brunch spot. Choose from a wide selection of dishes such as Wiltshire crayfish with sourdough, butter and dill; egg royal with smoked salmon on sweet rye; Baltic fish cake, herb salad, butter sauce and for dessert chocolate cookie, butterscotch and vanilla ice cream.
150 Victoria Street, SW1E 5LB
Find out more: https://www.aster-restaurant.com
Iconic Hong Kong brunch spot Duddell’s opened their first London location this summer. Their “free-flow Sunday brunch” lets you indulge on unlimited servings of dim sum and champagne for two hours. As if that weren’t tempting enough, the location is just as beautiful as the delicate plates of dim sum; set in the historic St. Thomas Chursh in London Bridge, the dark wood and monochrome floor tiles make are all too inviting. Brunch starts from £68pp.
9a St Thomas St, SE1 9RY
Find out more: https://www.duddells.co/london/#home
Following in the footsteps of their New York restaurant, Mayfair-based Indian Accent has introduced a weekend brunch “with not an avocado in sight”. Head Chef Manish Mehrota creates a brunch menu that fuses Indian ingredients with traditional British breakfast dishes. With menu items that range from chilli crab cheese toast to ghee roast lamb this is a unique brunch experience in a beautiful location.
16 Albemarle Street, Mayfair, W1S 4HW
Find out more on: http://indianaccent.com/london/
Peruvian-inspired bar and restaurant Pachamama is stylishly designed brunch spot nestled in the heart of Marylebone. Diners can opt for the regular brunch menu or the “Brunch Feast” menu; both are full of sharing dishes and most importantly, include the restaurant’s famous brunch waffles. Brunch Feast Menu starts from £25 without alcohol.
18 Thayer Street W1U 3JY
Find out more: http://pachamamalondon.com/
Yashin Ocean House
Perfect for fish-lovers, this South Kensington restaurant’s menu is based entirely around seafood. The Edwardian architecture perfectly compliments the turquoise glazed stone counter where guests can be wowed by the impressive knife skills of the team. With a menu focused around the concept of “without soy sauce – but if you want to”, all of the sushi ingredients are carefully chosen to complement one another to create a perfect balance of flavours (don’t worry, if you just need that hit of soy they have plenty to offer you!).
117-119 Old Brompton Rd, South Kensington, SW7 3RN
Find out more: http://yashinocean.com/
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