The extensive all-day menu will boast a mixture of classic
British and internationally inspired dishes. Former Balthazar chef Emanuel Macado puts an elegant twist on signature classics. Dishes to order from the a la carte menu include lobster spaghetti and, for desert, ‘Pegasus
Pie’ served with a yuzu coconut cloud. There's also plenty of delicious things for brunch, including Macado's poached eggs and avocado dish enlivened with ancient grains, turmeric, garlic hollandaise and elevenses. Of course, no Mayfair restaurant would be complete without a sumptuous champagne afternoon tea.
Brasserie of Light opens on Thursday, 22 November. Bookings can be made online at
|What||First look: Brasserie of Light, Selfridges|
|Where||Brasserie of Light, 400 Oxford Street , London, W1A1AB | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Bond Street (underground)|