Tuesday 11 December 2018

Weekend Brunch in Soho

What better place to eat brunch than in the buzzing district of Soho? With an abundance of world cuisines on every corner, it can be tricky deciding where to go. No fear, we’ve done all the hard work for you so you can have that well-deserved lie in. Here are the top weekend brunch spots around Soho. 

 

 

 

 

Hovarda 

Hovarda is an Aegean-inspired restaurant who have taken bottomless to a new level. With five different drink options to choose from; champagne, prosecco, a Yuzo Bellini cocktail, a Bloody Mary cocktail (with artichoke infused vodka) or a Turkish tea. Food options range from lamb dumplings to avocado on toast, tuna tartare to steak frites. 

     

Ember Yard

This Italian and Spanish Tapas Bar and Restaurant have a special feast menu available on Sundays for parties of up to 8 people. From 12-21:45 you can enjoy free-flowing drinks, a choice of nibbles, first dishes, second dishes and desserts. For £35 per person, you will have a maximum of 2 hours to enjoy Ember Yard’s bottomless brunch and banquet.

 
     
 

The Duck and Rice

If you are looking to indulge in some classic Chinese cuisine, The Duck and Rice is the place to be. Their extensive menu offers up a selection of dim sum, chop suey, small snacks and rice-based dishes. To top off your experience, opt for an oriental tea or one of their speciality G&T’s.

     

Shack-Fuyu

If you’re craving for Japanese food but still want to reap all the benefits of a Western bottomless brunch, then look no further. Shack-Fuyu offers Sunday brunch at £39 per person which gives you the choice of a Bloody Mary or Strawberry Bellini to whet your appetite, followed by a choice of white wine, red wine or prosecco during the meal. 

 

 
     
 

The Ivy Brasserie

Quintessentially French, The Ivy can be found on Broadwick Street serving up the finest Parisian and British dishes. From classic entrees of steak tartare to lobster benedict, a half-roasted chicken to fish and chips. To make things even better, The Ivy also offers alfresco dining in their beautiful summer terrace. This brasserie’s extensive menu and popular location is perfect for those looking for variety and atmosphere.

     

Dirty Bones

Situated on Denman Street, Dirty Bones are serving up fried chicken with waffles, short rib pastrami hash and top-notch Soho style crumpets. In addition to this, the NYC-inspired restaurant has an exceptional drinks menu. Make sure you try the Littlest Hobo cocktail, a Pickleback shooter or a Banilla Ice shake. This placed is ideal for thoser of you who are looking for a greasy and unconventional weekend brunch.

 

 

What better place to eat brunch than in the buzzing district of Soho? With an abundance of world cuisines on every corner, it can be tricky deciding where to go. No fear, we’ve done all the hard work for you so you can have that well-deserved lie in. Here are the top weekend brunch spots around Soho.