I’m going to keep this post short and sweet.. like the amount of time it took me to get through every flavour Doughnut Time have to offer 😉
Watch out Duck & Waffle.. you’ve got competition!
I thought Duck & Waffle had everything – great food, good service and stunning views.. but what if you could have all of that and the brunch was bottomless!? There are many bottomless brunches in London, but most of them (unfortunately for me!) are bottomless drinks. And let’s be honest – it’s the food I’m interested in.
Whether you’re a vegan, a fully fledged carnivore, an active promoter of veganism or someone who can’t stand the concept, there’s no denying that a plant-based way of eating is on the rise. Many people might just have jumped on the bandwagon, or might be doing it because they think it’s the latest trend but I don’t think it’s just a fad – I feel like there’s a genuine shift in societies’ way of thinking and eating.
“Discover the Taste of Impeccable Eggs”
Last Wednesday evening I was lucky enough to be invited down to an event held by Heritage Breeds at the wonderful Food @ 52 cookery school. It’s no secret that as a nation we seriously love our eggs! As an absolute breakfast/brunch fanatic I may be biased but recently I feel like we’ve all become brunch obsessed.. and no brunch menu is complete without eggs – you don’t have to scroll far on social media to see some perfectly poached eggs on avocado toast!
A bakery is pretty much every carb lover’s dream.. and as a self-confessed carb queen, to walk into a place like Ole & Steen and be told to pretty much help yourself is quite literally a dream come true.
It feels like a while since I’ve blogged about a brunch spot* but after visiting this place I couldn’t not – it was just so good. Sunday is an independent neighbourhood café and restaurant, so ‘neighbourhood-like’ that they don’t even have a website, which seems almost unheard of in this day and age (I know – I sound so old!).