Curing the Cuban blues: Asia De Cuba brunch

I had the Cuban blues, so I went to cure them at St Martin’s Lane Hotel’s slick Asia De Cuba. Spoiler alert: it worked. Launched last September, Asia De Cuba’s signature Chino-Latino brunch gives diners the hard choice to pick either a cocktail (£48) or champagne and cocktail (£70) bottomless brunch. Devised by Cuban-born executive chef Luis Pous, … More Curing the Cuban blues: Asia De Cuba brunch

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Flesh and Buns bottomless brunch

Every London restaurant does a bottomless brunch nowadays. All it takes is Prosecco, pancakes and eggs to make up a respectable bottomless brunch menu. But Flesh & Buns in Covent Garden goes one step further, giving you one of the best value bottomless brunches I’ve tried so far. At Seven Dials’ Flesh & Buns you … More Flesh and Buns bottomless brunch

Brunch in the City: Bad Egg

After a new-found passion for eggs, I couldn’t help but have a go at the exciting menu offered by Bad Egg in the City. Here’s my review of their mouth-watering and filling treats.  Offering one of the best bottomless brunches in town according to TimeOut London, Bad Egg is hidden behind the main square at City … More Brunch in the City: Bad Egg

Things I ate last weekend: Beany Green, Vodoo Rays, Bourne & Hollingsworth brunch review

Last weekend I thought I’d get beach body ready with a feast on everything I wanted to eat: London is probably the hardest city for a diet, but the best one for brunch. Here are my reviews of Beany Green in Broadgate Circle, the Boxpark Shoreditch’s Voodoo Rays and the marvellously decadent brunch at Bourne … More Things I ate last weekend: Beany Green, Vodoo Rays, Bourne & Hollingsworth brunch review