Best unusual brunches in London
Our passionate love affair with brunch shows no sign of abating, but with so many options out there, where to go? It sometimes pays off to avoid the obvious choices...
London Brunch Fest (31 Aug & 1 Sep) is fast approaching and with this in mind, we round up the best unusual brunches in London.
The food at world renowned Indian Accent is ravishingly good, combining chef Manish Mehrota's creativity with classical Indian fine dining. The good news is now the brunch that has been so wildly acclaimed in New York is available in London.
For £40 a head, feast on the best of Indian Accent's menu, including tomato and chilli crab cheese toast; their outstanding and unusual parantha kulchas; spiced eggs with crisp katafia pastry and housemade chutneys; and divine desserts such as saffron milk, with rose petal jaggery brittle. Divine cocktails hit the brunch pleasure spot too: Ceylon Bellini with champagne and amontillado sherry makes for a true treat.
Brunch for two including drinks: £100