I went to an unusual brunch spot on Saturday with some girlfriends, KuPP. The concept: unlimited Smörgåsbord and drinks for two hours. YASSS! What is a Smörgåsbord? For those that don't know, it is a variety of small warm and hot dishes or open sandwiches, usually served on a wooden board. The meal originated in Sweden. There were… Continue reading Smörgåsbord Saturday
The Barge House by the canal in Hackney serves brunch in a bread loaf. What more could a hungover you want. Not for the faint-hearted, or gluten intolerant. We went for an original and a spicy; the original has your usual breakfast stuff + leeks which is a nice addition. The spicy has lots of chorizo… Continue reading Barge brunch
Recently as a late birthday treat I was taken to Chamberlains, it is not the sort of restaurant I usually visit, quite upmarket and in the city, but as I wasn't paying I made the most of it! The quality of the fish is excellent and the dishes were simple but well done. My highlight was the… Continue reading Proper Fish Supper
London has it's fair share of brunch spots, and i'm no stranger to them! But Sunday on Hemingford Road in Barnsbury is one of the best I have been to. The menu is original but still features classic brunch dishes. Their pancakes with honeycomb butter (which seems to be the most popular thing on the menu)… Continue reading A queue worth waiting in!