It’s 3 hours of non stop champagne and access to an extensive buffet containing a wide variety of lovely dishes.
You can go for breakfast, perhaps have an omelette from the Omelette station, or go for typical brunch dishes like Eggs Benedict. There was also a lovely fish pie, lots of salmon dishes, and a really good range of sea food and sushi. If you prefer Lunch to Brunch, you also have soups and roasts.
For those of us with a sweet tooth, this place is an absolute delight, as there is no skimping on the dessert selection either. Desserts included a chocolate fountain, sorbets and ice cream, tarlets, fruit and cakes off all sorts. I especially loved the marmalade meringues and the cup cakes.
In fact to really appreciate what’s on offer here, it is best to make this the only meal of the day.
The venue is lovely too.
This has to be one of the best brunch spots in London.
Marks out of 10
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