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.
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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.
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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!).
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One of the first places I visited in London, and despite being so late to blog about it (I went long before I discovered the world of blogging or Instagram!) – I’ve been recommending it for years!
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Essence Cuisine is a plant-based restaurant originally founded in LA with Matthew Kenney, who is (apparently – I’m relatively clueless when it comes to this type of food!) known as the world’s leading plant-based chef being the brains behind the concept, which offers a menu free from meat, dairy, gluten and refined-sugar.
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La Cocotte is a chicken rotisserie restaurant based in the beautiful area that is Notting Hill. With a focus around grilled chicken and sides, you’d be forgiven for expecting a bit of a glorified Nandos, but as soon as you step inside the restaurant you’ll forget that thought even crossed your mind – the focus on chicken is quite literally where the similarity ends. Good quality, warming comfort food, a beautiful interior and a bar serving up incredible cocktails – it couldn’t be further away from the global fast-food chain.
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