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Candid Guide: Alternative Brunches In London
March 22, 2019
Assemble your squad this weekend for a brunch that won’t leave you with egg and avo fatigue. Need help avoiding the same blasé brunches? You’re in luck, here’s a useful guide to ones worth the grid space, #BrunchGoals!
Amazonian Brunch at COYA Angel Court
For an unforgettable Latin American experience, COYA Angel Court has pulled out all the stops with their Amazonian brunch party. Expect a show-stopping event fuelled with: jungle foliage, bottomless cocktail packages and uplifting house music (special surprise performances on the first Saturday of the month).
From the menu expect decadent starter stations filled with ceviches; beef tataki; kingfish tiradito with truffle oil.
Spirit package: £65 per head / Champagne package: £75 per head (includings spirit package, plus champagne)
COYA Angel Court, 31-33 Throgmorton St, London, EC2N 2AT
All -You-Can-Eat-Tacos at Breddos Tacos,
Whether you’re east or west, rejoice in all-you-can-eat tacos and bottomless frozen margaritas, Pacifico beer and fiery Micheladas every Sunday from 12-5pm (£20pp) for a whole 90-minutes! Enjoy amuch loved Breddos’ classics like Masa Fried Chicken and Baja Fish, along with veggie-friendly options too, such as the Sweet Potato & Macadamia Nut Mole taco, and the Black Bean taco.
Polish Kavka Vodka Brunch at Baltic, Southwark
If you are looking for a brunch with the express ambition of overeating and drinking a lot of vodka then Baltic’s Kavka brunch is ideal for you. Think blinis (buckwheat pancakes with smoked herring, salmon and caviar) pierogi (cheesey dumplings), placki (potato rostis topped with the likes of Gravadlax or black sausage),
At only £18.50 for a Kavka Bloody Marysia (virgin version or a Aqua di Madre Kombucha available too) and choice of 2 brunch dishes, it makes a sensational way to start a Sunday.
Baltic, 74 Blackfriars Road, London SE1
Madison’s Beats & Brunch, St Pauls
For a sax-sational brunch head to Madison’s rooftop for the ultimate bottomless Moet party vibes with DJs taking to the decks from 12pm – 3pm and the occasional saxy solo (last one we promise) and bongos. The menu features dishes such as Heritage Beetroot & Robiola, Lobster Benedict for starters and for mains Madison Triple Duck Burger and Roast Fillet of Stone Bass. As the series comes to an end, there’s still time to enjoy DJ Tony English on 23rd March and Liam Hincks on 30th March. A 2-course menu costs £35 or 3 for £45, plus £60 for bottomless Moet.
Madison’s Rooftop Terrace One, New Change, London, EC4M 9AF
Posh Kebabs at Le Bab, Soho
Skip avocado any which way, whether it be smashed / crushed / mushed / trampled avocado on toast. Instead opt for 15 hour pork shawarma, chicken shish and lamb adana in house-made flatbread, and even a vegetarian option of Paneer – beetroot chutney, coconut and red onion salad, crispy onion, curry mayo. Enjoy bottomless booze for £20, excluding food.
Le Bab, Top floor Kingly Court, Carnaby Street, London, W1B 5PW
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